|Name||Richard "Rick" Mirabito|
|Address||17 Center Place |
Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701, United States
|| 00, 1956
|Last Modifed||Christie-Toomey '16|
Apr 16, 2008 11:34pm
|Info||Mirabito, who lives at 2831 Four Mile Drive in Loyalsock Township, was born in 1956 and grew up in Sea Cliff, NY. He graduated from Cornell University in 1978 with a bachelor's degree in industrial labor relations and began working in the field of labor relations. In 1989, he graduated from Boston College of Law. |
After graduating from law school, he practiced law in Boston prior to settling in Lycoming County. He first came to Williamsport in 1989 to work for U.S. District Court Judge Malcolm Muir.
Now in real estate, he and his brother Nicholas own a business that reclaims and restores sub standard housing, especially in and around the Williamsport Historic District and the neighborhood bordering the Pennsylvania College of Technology.
In law school, he was the recipient: of the St. Thomas Moore Award, presented to the student whose life and career best represent the ideals of St. Thomas More. He also served as editor-in-chief of the Boston College Inter national and Comparative Law Review while at Boston.
Mirabito is a member of the College and Community Coalition organized by the Pennsylvania College of Technology.
He is president of the Alliance for Democratic Action of Lycoming County. He is a member of St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church.