Albert V. DiVirgilio

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Albert V. DiVirgilio
53rd
Mayor of
Lynn, Massachusetts
In office
1986–1991
Preceded by Antonio J. Marino
Succeeded by Patrick J. McManus
Personal details
Born c. 1942
Children Albert DiVirgilio, Jr.

Albert V. DiVirgilio (born c. 1942)[1] was a Massachusetts politician who served as the 53rd Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts.

DiVirgilio spent eighteen years as a member of the Lynn City Council before defeating mayor Antonio J. Marino in the 1985 mayoral election.

Under DiVirgilio's leadership, Lynn desegregated their public schools.[2] Lynn also banned the sale of pit bulls while DiVirgilio was mayor.[3]

DiVirgilio lost reelection in 1991 to City Councilor Patrick J. McManus.

After leaving politics, DiVirgilio opened an insurance agency. [1]

His son Albert DiVirgilio, Jr. is a former Lynn City Councilor.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Antonio J. Marino
Mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts
1986
to
1991
Succeeded by
Patrick J. McManus