Representative Carmine Gentile

Carmine Gentile is a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives sworn in January 2015 to represent the 13th Middlesex district and an attorney.  He opened his own law firm, Law Office of Carmine L. Gentile, in Framingham in 1990. He has represented children, parents, small businesses and has regularly provided free legal services over the years for adults and children in need.

Carmine was the first in his family to graduate college. He attended Tufts University and Suffolk University Law School.  After graduating, he worked as a paralegal in the Office of Finance at the Department of Public Welfare. Carmine then became the first Director of the Estate Recovery Program for the Commonwealth. 

Carmine has been heavily active in the local political scene and the community.  He served as Vice-Chair of the Sudbury Democratic Town Committee and has also served as a soccer coach, Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 63, president of the Sudbury Rotary Club, a member of the Finance Committee, Board of Registers and the Planning Board. Currently, Carmine is a member of the Council on Aging and serves as an Assistant Scout Master and High Adventure Coordinator for Boy Scout Troop 63.

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