A lifelong resident of Stamford. CT and graduate of Westhill H.S. He graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 1981. After college, he served four years as a Jesuit, during which time, among other things, he assisted political refugees in California and taught at Georgetown Prep School in Maryland. After the Jesuits, he went to Fordham Law School from which he graduated in 1989 and is a partner in a downtown Manhattan law firm overlooking Ground Zero. At home, he is an active member and former Senior Warden of St. John’s Episcopal Church, celebrating its 275th anniversary in the heart of downtown Stamford. He is the current Chairperson of the St. John’s Community Foundation which supports and provides grants to some forty-five charities in the Stamford, such as: Inspirica, the Food Bank, Liberation House and Building One Community. As a litigator and resident of the Cove for over 25 years, Peter will tirelessly represent the residents of the Cove (long neglected in District 1) and Shippan and advocate on their behalf for traffic safety and better roads, work to strengthen the zoning regulations and their enforcement against overdevelopment and illegal apartments, and to reduce the tax burden on homeowners. He and his wife Joan have three dogs and two birds from local shelters and, as a former volunteer at the Stamford Animal Shelter, he is a strong supporter of finally building a new animal shelter.
A lifelong Shippan resident who attended Trinity Catholic High School. He graduated from Purdue university in 2009. Since then he has worked at multiple companies in the Stamford area as an IT specialist. He was active in the 2016 presidential election, and canvassed in 6 states, along with running phone banks and managing canvassers in the area.