Richard A. Moccia
|Richard A. Moccia|
|39th Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut|
|Preceded by||Alex Knopp|
|Succeeded by||Harry Rilling|
|Born||1942/1943 (age 72–73)|
|Alma mater||Marywood University (B.S., Business Administration)|
Richard A. "Dick" Moccia is the former mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut. He is a Republican, and was elected in 2005 and served four terms prior to his 2013 Mayoral Election loss to Harry Rilling. Moccia defeated incumbent mayor Alex Knopp by fewer than 200 votes in 2005.
Moccia has an AA Degree in Liberal Arts from Norwalk Community College, an AA Degree in Paralegal Studies from Sacred Heart University and a Degree in Business Administration from Marywood College.
Moccia has served as a member of the Norwalk Common Council, the Fire Commission, the Fair Rent Commission, and the Redistricting Committee. He is a former Constable, City Sheriff and Connecticut State Marshal.
- About the Mayor
- "Mayors Against Illegal Guns: Coalition Members". Archived from the original on March 6, 2007. Retrieved on June 11, 2007
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