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Tomassoni is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:

David Tomassoni American politician and ice hockey player

David Joseph "Dave" Tomassoni is a Minnesota politician and member of the Minnesota Senate. A member of the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party (DFL), he represents District 6, which includes portions of Itasca and St. Louis counties in the northeastern part of the state. He chaired the Senate Economic Development Committee from 2007-2010. He currently chairs the Environment, Economic Development and Agriculture Finance Division. He is also Co-Chair of the LCCMR and has chaired the IRRRB four different times. He is also vice chair of the Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission.

Mirko Tomassoni Sammarinese politician

Mirko Tomassoni is a Sammarinese politician, who serves as Captain Regent of San Marino for the six-month term from October 2007 to March 2008 and the second term from October 2018. He served together with Alberto Selva the first term and currently serving with Luca Santolini his second term. He is a Member of the Parliament of San Marino, Member of the ICD Advisory Board, Minister of Culture of San Marino.

Ronn Tomassoni is a retired American ice hockey player and coach. Tomassoni was part of the coaching staff at Harvard for 17 years in various capacities and helped the team with its only national title in 1989.

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