Thomas R. DiLuglio

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Thomas R. DiLuglio
62nd Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island
In office
January 1977 January 1985
Governor J. Joseph Garrahy
Preceded byJ. Joseph Garrahy
Succeeded by Richard A. Licht
Personal details
Born (1931-11-25) November 25, 1931 (age 87)
Providence, Rhode Island
NationalityAmerican
Political party Democratic
Alma mater Brown University
Boston University School of Law
OccupationLawyer

Thomas Ross DiLuglio (born November 25, 1931) was the Lieutenant Governor of the U.S. State of Rhode Island from 1977 to 1985. He is a Democrat. DiLugio graduated from Classical High School and attended Brown University, where he was a notable track and field athlete who competed in high jump, broad jump, javelin, discus, shot put, hurdles, and relay races. He is a member of the Brown University Athletic Hall of Fame (inducted 2004). He later attended the Boston University School of Law and earned a law degree. [1] [2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
J. Joseph Garrahy
Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island
1977–1985
Succeeded by
Richard A. Licht