Thomas Caltagirone

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Thomas R. Caltagirone
Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
from the 127th district
Assumed office
January 5, 1971
Preceded by Russell LaMarca
Personal details
Born October 30, 1942
Political party Democratic
Residence Reading, Pennsylvania
Alma mater Reading High School; Frederick College; Temple University
Occupation Social Worker; Teacher; Community Organizer
Religion Roman Catholic

Thomas R. "Tom" Caltagirone is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.[1] He represents the 127th District (Reading, Berks County) and is the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and a member of the Gaming Oversight Committee.[2][3][4]

Born in Reading, prior to providing representation to the 127 District, Rep. Caltagirone served the City in a variety of ways, including his work in private business and as a social worker and teacher for the Reading School District.[4] In addition, he is a member of numerous local charitable and social organizations.[5]

Notable committee leadership service[edit]

Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee - 1989 - 1998, 2005–Present[1]

Chairman of the House Commerce Committee - 1998 - 2005[1]

Chairman of the House Consumer Affairs Committee - 1988 - 1989[1]


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