Gene Digirolamo

Gene D. DiGirolamo
Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
from the 18th district
Assumed office
January 3, 1995[1]
Preceded by Robert Tomlinson
Personal details
Born (1950-03-28) March 28, 1950 (age 64)
Bensalem, Pennsylvania
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Donna DiGirolamo
Residence Bensalem, Pennsylvania
Alma mater Delaware Valley College
Holy Family College
Religion Roman Catholic

Gene D. DiGirolamo (born March 28, 1950) is a Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 18th District and first elected in 1995.


Prior to elective office, DiGirolamo owned and managed his family's farm, DiGirolamo Farms, with his uncle Joe, who is now mayor of Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania.

In 1990, he was elected as Bensalem Township’s auditor and in 1993, he served as chairman of the Bensalem Board of Auditors.

DiGirolamo was elected to the House in 1994 to replace Rep. Tommy Tomlinson who ran successfully for the Pennsylvania State Senate. He has been re-elected six times.

Representative DiGirolamo serves as the Republican Chairman of the House Labor Relations Committee. He is also on the House Health and Human Services Committee and has been reappointed to the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association's Oversight Committee.[2]

In 2002, his campaign website was praised as being among the best of the election cycle.[3]


DiGirolamo is a graduate of Bishop Egan High School and attended Delaware Valley College and Holy Family College. Representative DiGirolamo and his wife Donna have four children, two sons and two daughters.


External links

  • Representative DiGirolamo official web site
  • Pennsylvania House profile
  • Project Vote Smart

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