Ed Ciampa, a true gentleman and community leader was honored on Thursday night at the weekly Somerville Board of Alderman Meeting at city hall.
Freinds, family and elected officials including Ed’s nephew, former Somerville Aldermen/State Representative Vinnie Ciampa as well as former Alderman Tom Taylor were in attendance.
Former Alderman Tom Taylor began the efforts to recognize Ed Ciampa with these honors with the assistance of Alderman Rob McWatters who helped spearhead the ceremony.
Ed was honored in recognition of his decades of service to the community.
Ciampa, is a life long Somervillian who served as a school commitee member in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
He was the City of Somerville Assessor in the 1960’s and 1970’s, City Treasurer and Collector of Taxes in the 1970’s and founding member of the Historic Preservation Commission in the 1980’s.
A Korean War Veteran, Ed also took on leadership roles in many local charities, including the Somerville Lions Club in his Illustrious career.
The Mayor and Membership extended their gratitude. And offered their best wishes for good health and success in all endeavors.