Michael Fedele

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On January 3, 2007, Michael Fedele was sworn-in as the 107th Lieutenant Governor of the state of Connecticut.

Mr. Fedele is the founder, Chairman and CEO of Stamford, Connecticut-based Pinnacle Group, which delivers information technology solutions and services through a network of offices located in the United States. He was instrumental in establishing the company’s presence in the information technology market and has received numerous awards for work The Pinnacle Group has done in the field of information technology.

Mr. Fedele began his public service in 1983, when he was elected to the first of two terms on Stamford’s Board of Representatives. In 1992, Mr. Fedele was elected to the Connecticut General Assembly to represent the 147th House District of Stamford and New Canaan, where he served until 2002. As State Representative, Mr. Fedele held a number of leadership posts, including Ranking Member of the Legislature’s Insurance and Real Estate Committee and Assistant House Minority Leader. He also served on the Legislature’s Banks, Transportation and Workforce Development Committees.

Mr. Fedele has lived in Stamford for 48 years with his wife Carol of 30 years. They have three children: Michael, Briana and Alesandra.[1]

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  1. Michael Fedele's Biography

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