Dominic Cardillo’s record of service to the community of Kitchener is impressive. Dom was born in the nearby city of Guelph in 1930. He and his wife Mary have been residents of Kitchener since 1957, where they have raised their children Pat, Mike, Maureen, Lisa, Maria and Paul.
First elected to public office in 1963, Dom has served as an alderman for 20 years, a regional councillor for 12 years and mayor of the city of Kitchener for 6 years. Dom’s record of service to the city can be measured by his hard work and commitment with a wide variety of municipal commissions, committees and advisory boards.
Dom’s activity in the community also includes 25 years with the County Board of Education, former secretary of the Kitchener Minor Hockey Association, honourary member of the K-W Big Brothers Association, past president of Newman Club and a member of the K-W Italian Cortina Club.