Samuel L. Fiocchi, Sr.

Representative from the 1st District at New Jersey General Assembly

Samuel L. Fiocchi, Sr.

Samuel L. Fiocchi, Sr.

Representative from the 1st District at New Jersey General Assembly

Biography

Assemblyman
Samuel L. Fiocchi (R)
BORN: October 1
EDUCATION: St. Augustine College Preparatory School
Widener University
OCCUPATION: Legislator
PUBLIC/PARTY SERVICE: Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders 2011-13, City of Vineland Zoning Board 2009-11
LEGISLATIVE SERVICE: General Assembly 2014-present
COMMITTEES:
Human Services
Regulatory Oversight
Telecommunications and Utilities

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Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore at New Jersey General Assembly

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Representative from 5th Legislative District at New Jersey General Assembly

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Majority Leader at New Jersey General Assembly

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Representative from the 17th Legislative District at New Jersey General Assembly

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Deputy Majority Leader at New Jersey General Assembly

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Representative from the 40th District at New Jersey General Assembly

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Representative for 19th District at New Jersey General Assembly

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Representative from the 1st District at New Jersey General Assembly
Education
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Widener University is a private, coeducational university located in Chester, Pennsylvania. Founded as The Bullock School for Boys in 1821, the school was established in Wilmington, Delaware. It became the The Alsop School for Boys from 1846–1853, and then Hyatt's Select School for Boys from 1853-1859. Military instruction was introduced in 1858 and in 1859 the school changed its name to Delaware Military Academy. It moved to Pennsylvania in 1862 and became Pennsylvania Military Academy. It was known as Pennsylvania Military College after 1892 and adopted the Widener name in 1972.

Career History
Representative from the 1st District
2014 - Current
Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Chosen Freeholders
2011 - 2013
Member, Zoning Board of Adjustment
2009 - 2011
Political Donations
$400
2011
$500
2009

Director of Monetary Policy at American Principles Project

$500
2007

President, New Jersey Service Territory at Essential Utilities, Inc.

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