Revere City Council
President / Vice President
Revere, MA 02151
Gerry is serving his first term as City Councilor at Large. Prior to being elected to the City Council, Mr. Visconti served on the Revere School Committee where he served as secretary and was Chair of the Plant and Maintenance Committee. As A long-time resident of Revere, Gerry along with his wife Danielle Rose - Visconti are raising their four children, Gerry (15), Sofia (13), Sabrina (12), and Joseph (8) here in the city. Gerry attended St. Domenic Savio, H.S. and is part of the 1987 graduating class. He is a graduate of Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. Mr. Visconti is a small business owner in the City of Revere, where he serves as President of Middlesex Mortgage Financial, Inc. Gerry also remains very active in the community. Along with being the Treasurer of the Youth Hockey Program East Cost Jr. Patriots in Revere, Gerry also enjoys coaching our young athletes the game of hockey and baseball.
Richard J. Serino is a proud, lifelong, 4th generation resident of Revere who is always willing to stand up for the best interests of his community. His record of service to the people of Revere exemplifies his strong devotion to improving his beloved city however possible. For nearly six years, he has had a unique front-seat perspective to the issues of the day facing his neighborhood and city through his professional work as a legislative staffer to Revere’s State Representative.
Over the years, Councillor Serino has built strong, working relationships with state and local leaders on a wide variety of issues affecting Revere’s residents. Outside of work, he is actively involved in the community. He is a Lector at St. Mary’s Church, and a member of the parish’s Holy Name Society. Additionally, he is a member of the West Revere Neighborhood Group, and is also an Eagle Scout.
Councillors At Large
Revere, MA 02151
Councillor-at-Large Steven Morabito is a lifelong resident and graduate of RHS. He obtained a B.S. degree in Business Management from Salem State University.
Steven has a strong work ethic due to his twenty years of management experience and working in the supermarket and retail industry. Also, he is a Realtor® and his vast knowledge gives him an understanding of the economic landscape of Revere and what development is needed to help Revere prosper.
He serves on 6 of the 10 Council SubCommittees and is the Chairman of the Economic Development Subcommittee. Steven also served as Vice President of the City Council.
Councillor Morabito serves our city with great pride. His passion for our community and serving the people of Revere makes him a strong, independent voice on the City Council. His priorities include Education, Public Health & Public Safety, Substance Use Disorder Services, Housing, Economic Development, Elder Affairs, and Veteran Affairs.
Revere, MA 02151
Anthony T. Zambuto
87 High Street
Representing Ward One, my goal has been to make a positive change for the betterment of Revere and its residents.
I grew up in Beachmont and taught at Revere High School for 32 years. I founded the Revere Beautification Committee and the Beachmont Improvement Committee.
As Ward One Councillor of of my more recent accomplishments has been the acquisition of a bus stop from Beachmont Station to Stop & Shop.
Ward 2 Councillor since 2002. Prior City Councillor service 1978-79.
Veteran - Military service for 27 years. 6 years Army Reserve (1968-74) and 21 years Mass. National Guard (1986-2007). Past National Commander, Jewish War Veterans of the USA (2008-09). My goal is to continue to make Ward 2 a better place to live. Married to Rochelle Gaber, Son Seth married to JeanneMarie and 2 granddaughters, Olivia and Charleigh.
Anthony S. Cogliandro
Patrick M. Keefe, Jr.
Councillor Keefe is in his second term as Ward 4 Councillor. Patrick and his wife Jennifer are proud Revere residents raising their two School aged children (Adrianna and Patrick III) and participating in the many organizations throughout Revere. Councillor Keefe is the treasurer for the Revere Democratic City Committee, President of Revere Pop Warner, and Baseball Director for Revere Youth Baseball and Softball.
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January 10, 2022