|Name||Giovanni "John" Feroce|
Portsmouth, Rhode Island , United States
|| May 29, 1968
Jun 28, 2018 05:13pm
|Info||Giovanni "John" Feroce of Middletown has officially filed for the State Senate in District 14 (Middletown, Odessa, Townsend and Smyrna). |
A Combat Veteran and a United States Army Major, Feroce served in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, deploying to the Middle East numerous times since 9/11, serving as a Ground Operations Officer, as well as an Interagency Operations Officer. In addition he was also selected to be United States Central Command's first Joint Interagency Liaison Officer in Washington D.C, serving as the link between six core U.S. government agencies; Department of State, FBI, DEA, CIA, DHS, and the Department of the Treasury's Office of Intelligence and Analysis. He was recently released from Active duty on 30 June 2006 and is now in the United States Army Reserve.
His education includes: B.A. in Political Science, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI; Civil Affairs Officer's Advance Course, United States John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC; Public Affairs Officer's Advanced Course, Defense Information School, FT Meade, MD; Officer's Basic Infantry Course and Enlisted Basic and Advanced Infantry Training from the United States Army Infantry School, Ft Benning, GA.
Feroce resides in Middletown, Delaware and has recently been appointed the CEO of Retail Eyewear Inc. and VIOPSYS™, a comprehensive online vision operating system for the retail eyewear industry.
He feels that land use planning, road construction, quality of schools and opportunities for well paying jobs are the top issues for the voters of district.
In 1992, Feroce had the distinction of serving as a State Senator in his native Rhode Island, elected at the age of 24. He retired from the State Senate after receiving the endorsement of the Republican party and went on to win a three-way primary for Lt Governor, becoming the GOP's 1994 Lt Governor candidate. After losing the general election to the incumbent, Feroce when back into business.
Feroce followed his wife's job relocation to Delaware in 1999. He is married to Kristie Feroce (U of DE Grad and Bank of America employee). He has five children Connor, Emma, Tommy, and twins Isabella and Liliana.