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Dominic F. Pileggi


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
2003 9 Republican
2004 9 Republican
2005 9 Republican
2006 9 Republican
2007 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2008 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2009 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2010 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2011 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2012 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2013 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2014 Floor Leader 9 Republican
2015 9 Republican
2016 9 Republican
 Counties   Chester, Delaware

Biography

12/15/1957 -

Dominic F. Pileggi (R9) Chester (part) and Delaware (part) Counties 2002-2016

Early Life: 

Dominic F. Pileggi, born December 15, 1957, City of Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania; son of Francis and Mary Pileggi; Archmere Academy, Claymont, Delaware; Saint Joseph's University, (B.A.) economics, 1979; Villanova University School of Law (J.D.), 1982; attorney, member Pennsylvania, Chester County Bar; Councilman, City of Chester, 1994-1998; mayor, City of Chester, 1999-2002; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 2002-2016; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, Delaware County, 2015-present, 10 year term; married Diana, three children.

Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:

Member, Rotary Club of Chester; United States Global Leadership Coalition Pennsylvania Advancement Committee; State Legislative Leaders, Foundation; University of Pittsburgh Institute Board of Fellows, Ethel  Sergeant Clark Foundation Advancement Committee; Member Pennsylvania, Chester County Bar Associations; member, board member, Saint Joseph University;  J. Lewis Crozier Library; Delaware County Industrial Development Corporation; Chester Waterfront Industrial Development Authority, George Lindsay Foundation. 

Awards:

Awards Chester Business and Professional Association Man of the Year, 1997; Murphy African Methodist Episcopal Chapter Serving Others 2000; Prince Hall, Masonic Lodge #58, Civic Achievement, 2001; Widener University Rev Jesse F. Anderson 2002; Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year 2002; Pennsylvania Sherriff’s Association Award 2004; Pennsylvania Planning Association Award, 2005; Pennsylvania Freedom of Information Coalition Award, 2010; Pennsylvania Library Association Elected Officials of the Year, 2011; Neumann University President Humanitarian Award, 2011; Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year 2012; Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry Citizen of the Year, 2012; Delaware County Chamber of Citizen of the Year, 2012;    National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Guardian of Small Business Award, 2012; Black Alliance for Education Option Selected Officials Award, 2012; Pathways Pennsylvania Award for Support of Disadvantage Families, 2012.       

Pennsylvania Politics:

Councilman, City of Chester, 1994-1998.

Elected, Republican, Mayor, City of Chester, Pennsylvania, 1999-2002.

Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 9th district, Chester (part) and Delaware (part) Counties, 2002-2016; vacancy, Clarence Bell; Majority Floor Leader, 2007-2014; Chairman, Rules and Executive Nominations Committee and Urban Affairs and Housing Committee; ex-officio member, Appropriation Committee; member, Education, Communications and Technology, Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, vice chair State Government and Transportation Committees. Prime sponsor of Senate Bill 1 (2007-2008 legislative session) rewrote Pennsylvania's Open Records Law, first time in more than half a century.

 

Names of any service after Senate

Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, Delaware County, 2016-present, assigned, Court's Family Trial Section, 10-year term.

Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania Biography:

https://www.delcopa.gov/courts/judges/pileggi.html

Cited: 

Schehr, E. (Ed.). (2005). The Pennsylvania manual, 117. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, p. 3-20, 3-40.

Bogden, S. (Ed.). (2013). The Pennsylvania manual, 121. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, p. 3-21, 3-40.