|Mayor of Medford, Massachusetts|
|Preceded by||Paul Donato|
|Succeeded by||Michael J. McGlynn|
|Born||April 21, 1932|
|Died||February 4, 2008
|Resting place||Couch Memorial Cemetery
|Spouse(s)||Gino F. Porreca|
|Alma mater||Boston University|
Marilyn Ann Catino Porreca (April 21, 1932 – February 4, 2008) was an American politician who served as Mayor of Medford, Massachusetts from 1986 to 1988. She was Medford's first female mayor and the final Mayor under the Plan E form of government in which the Mayor was chosen by the City Council.
In 1973, Porreca became the first woman elected to the Medford City Council.
In 1986, she was chosen by the City Council to become Mayor of Medford. After Medford's Plan E government was abolished, Porreca was a candidate for Mayor under the new form of government. She lost her mayoral bid to State Representative Michael J. McGlynn.
She was the daughter of Michael Catino, who served 18 years as a State Representative. She and her husband, Gino, had six children: Nanci, Michael, Brian, Ronald, Cathryn, and Andrea. She was second cousins with Michael J. McGlynn.
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