Terry Gerratana

Last updated
Theresa B. Gerratana
Connecticut Senator from the 6th District
In office
Preceded by Donald DeFronzo
Constituencyrepresents Berlin, Farmington, and New Britain
Succeeded by Gennaro Bizzarro
Personal details
New Britain
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s)Frank J. Gerratana
ChildrenFrank L. Gerratana, Gregory J. Gerratana
ResidenceNew Britain
Website http://www.senatedems.ct.gov/gerratana.php]

Theresa Bielinski Gerratana is a former member of the Connecticut State Senate, serving from 2011-2019. She was first elected in a special election on February 22, 2011, to represent the citizens of New Britain, Berlin and Farmington. In November 2014, Gerratana was reelected by her constituents to serve a third term. She served as co-chair of the Public Health Committee and vice-chair of the Government Administration and Elections Committee.

Gerratana first served in the Connecticut General Assembly as a member of the state House of Representatives for ten years, from 1993 to 2003. During her time in the House, Gerratana served as co-chair of the Human Services Committee.

Gerratana left her role in the Senate to join the Office of Health Strategy after being nominated by Governor Ned Lamont in 2019.

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Preceded by
Donald DeFronzo
Connecticut Senator from the Sixth District
Succeeded by
Genarro Bizzarro