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May 7, 2013

Colangelo announces Legislature bid

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Niagara Gazette — Colangelo began teaching in 2003 as a special education teacher at LaSalle Preparatory School, and moved to the district's high school to teach business in 2008. He's since become head coach of the boys club lacrosse team.

Colangelo and his wife, Elizabeth, reside in the DeVeaux area and are members of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph Parish at St. Joseph's Church. For 13 years, Colangelo has been a member of the Cristoforo Colombo Society, currently holding the position of Society Trustee.

He's also a member of the county's Youth Bureau board of directors.

"Interaction with the young people of this community," noted the former NFHS Varsity Basketball Coach, "provides valuable insight as to the needs of our families in todays society."

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