What is best for the citizens you are elected to represent ALWAYS supersedes all other objectives.
Vincenzo “Vince” D’Aliesio: born in Waterbury, CT, moved to Phoenix, AZ, July 1972, at 7 months of age. Grew up in Phoenix, was an altar boy, boy scout, high school and college athlete (football), started mowing lawns in the neighborhood at age 10 and has had a job since. Proud AZ native: Graduated from Camelback High, attended SCC and PVCC, graduated from ASU, a Master’s in Education from NAU. Vince and his family moved to Carefree in 2016, vowing to never move again after finding paradise in the Desert Foothills.
Over a 24-year span, worked as a high school and college football coach, credits his late Coaches: Pete Kellen (Camelback High) and Bruce Snyder (ASU), who both preached on the importance of always doing what’s right. Greatest influences are his parents: Pasquale and Anna D’Aliesio: “work hard, take care of your family, help others, and know that you did your best today.”
Lives in the first house built in Carefree (by Gerry Jones), has worked as an insurance broker, educator, coach, and student, most importantly a husband of 24 years to Cheryl and father of three: Noah, a 17-year-old son and two 14-year-olds, Sophie & Matthew, all three educated in CCUSD schools from kindergarten, and now in high school. The D’Aliesio’s also have a rescue Chi-Pin named Snoopy and two desert tortoises: Stanley & Sammy Hagar, in addition to the many beautiful coyotes, javalina, bobcats, mule deer, and other God’s creatures that allow Vince and his family to reside on their land.
Hobbies include restoring pottery, announcing and broadcasting high school and college sports for ASU, Saguaro and Canyon View High Schools, and the Arizona Interscholastic Association, as well as sports radio & tv: co-host of the Varsity Sports Show. Member of the Arizona American Italian Club and Phoenix Union High School District Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee, honoring past athletes and coaches, and raising money for scholarships.
Vince currently serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Cave Creek Museum, and is working to expand the museum’s footprint throughout all of the Desert Foothills through outreach and appreciation for historical and contemporary artistry and architecture. Vince also serves as a member of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns Budget & Finance Committee and the Kiwanis Club of Carefree.
Vince values teamwork. Town council is teamwork.
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