|Name||Marc T. Lombardo|
|Address||9 Eubar Cir |
Billerica, Massachusetts , United States
|| 00, 1982
Jan 12, 2019 09:10pm
Caucasian - Single - Catholic - Straight -
|Info||Marc T. Lombardo is a lifelong resident of Billerica who resides on School House Lane with his father Barry, mother Jean, brother Barry, Jr., and sister Jaclyn. He attended Vining Elementary School, Locke Middle School, and Billerica Memorial High School. After high school he attended Merrimack College, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and received recognition from the Office of the President at Merrimack College for his excellence in academics. |
Marc is currently employed in Human Resources at Lahey Clinic in Burlington, MA. He serves as a Billerica Town Meeting Representative and sits on the Housing Partnership, Council of Aging, and Billerica Scholarship Committees. He is also a member of Citizens for Limited Taxation, Gun Owners Action League (G.O.A.L.), and The Sons of Italy.
Marc hopes you will support him in his effort to continue his service to Billerica as a member of the Board of Selectmen.
Marc was extremely active during his years at Billerica Memorial High School. He participated in Student Government, was a member of the National Honor Society, and was a four-year student athlete. He was also selected to lead a seminar for the Billerica Memorial High School community through the Northeastern University Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Program.
Upon graduation, Marc was recognized as the student who was ‘always there’ for his twelve years of perfect attendance, and he received the ‘Summa’ Award for his high academic achievements, valued class participation, and high moral character. He also received a nomination to the United States Air Force Academy. Additionally, Marc received scholarship awards from the Billerica Scholarship Foundation, Billerica Elks, Billerica Emblem Club, St. Theresa Parish Women’s Group, Billerica Youth Basketball, Elmore Foundation, and Merrimack College.
Outside of school, Marc was, and continues to be, extremely active in St. Theresa Parish. As a student he served as an altar server and Master of Ceremonies, and he was a longtime member of the youth group, where he served in a leadership position on the Steering Committee. During this period he regularly participated in outreach activities which included Christmas caroling for senior citizens, volunteering at a Lowell soup kitchen, helping the poor at St. Francis Farm in upstate New York, and assisting with various Church fundraisers. He also attended World Youth Day in Paris, France in 1997. He currently serves as a Eucharistic Minister for the Parish.
Marc has also volunteered for the Yankee Doodle Parade in Billerica and the Big Steps for Little People Walkathon at Winchester Hospital. He has been a coach for the St. Theresa Parish CYO basketball program and multiple middle school girls basketball teams for Billerica Youth Basketball.