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Mr. Lucio D'Andrea

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President Emeritus and Member of ...

The Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society
3750 39Th Street NW Apt D148
Washington, District of Columbia 20016
United States

Company Description: Welcome to our web site! - The Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society of the Washington D.C. area was established in June 2000 by a small group of Abruzzesi and...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Deputy Director of Energy Division
    Economic Commission of Europe
  • Senior Economic Officer
    Economic Commission of Europe

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Lieutenant , Petroleum Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science degree , Petroleum Engineering
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Web References
Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society
www.abruzzomoliseheritagesociety.org, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
Lucio D'Andrea
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Lucio D'Andrea, President Emeritus and Member of the Board
Mr. Lucio D'Andrea is a native of Roccamandolfi in the region of Molise. He immigrated to the United States in 1948 along with his brother Joseph and mother Candida to join his father, who lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Upon completion of his secondary school education, he enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh, graduating in 1957 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering and a commission as Second Lieutenant in the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Following his military service, he moved to Wyoming to work for an oil company. He later accepted a position with the Federal Power Commission in Washington, DC. He served in a number of government agencies and in 1986 he accepted an appointment by the Secretary General of the United Nations to serve as Senior Economic Officer with the Economic Commission of Europe (ECE) in Geneva, Switzerland, becoming deputy director of its Energy Division. He retired from the ECE in 1983 and entered private practice as an energy consultant. During his long professional and military career, Lucio received numerous awards and recognitions. One which he is particularly proud of proud is the "Order of Merit of the Republic of Italy" which he received in 1972 for his involvement with the Italian Cultural Society in promoting Italian culture in the Washington, DC area. He has maintained a steadfast commitment to the promotion and development of Italian culture, traditions and values. His pride in his heritage was demonstrated when he took the initiative to establish the Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society of the Washington DC area. He remains active in the Italian American community by also being a member of OSIA, the National Italian American Foundation, COPILAS (Council for the Promotion of the Italian Language) and COMITESDC (Committee to Represent Italians Abroad) established by Government of Italy. Continuing his commitment to the promotion of Italian culture, Lucio recently established the Italian Heritage Society of St. Mary of Sorrows in Fairfax, Virginia, the parish that the D'Andrea family joined in 1969, when they settled in the area. Lucio is married to Edvige (Pitassi) D'Andrea, a native of Pacentro, in Abruzzo.
The AMHS Officers for 2009
www.abruzzomoliseheritagesociety.org, 15 Dec 2012 [cached]
Lucio D'Andrea
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Lucio D'Andrea
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Lucio D'Andrea, President Emeritus and Board Member
Lucio D'Andrea is native of Roccamandolfi in the region of Molise, Italy. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1948 along with his brother Joseph and mother Candida to join his father, who lived in Pittsburgh, Pa. As was typical for numerous immigrants entering the U.S at that time, Lucio began the process of learning English. Upon completion of his secondary school education, he enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh, graduating in 1957 with a B.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering and a commission as Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Upon completion of his military service, he moved to Wyoming to work for an oil company. He later returned East and accepted a position with the Federal Power Commission in Washington, D.C. He served in a number of government agencies and in 1986 he accepted an appointment by the Secretary General of the United Nations to serve as Senior Economic Officer with the Economic Commission of Europe in Geneva, Switzerland, becoming deputy director of its Energy Division. He retired from the ECE in 1983 and entered private practice as an energy consultant. During his long professional and military career, he received numerous awards and recognitions. One which he is particularly proud of proud is the "Order of Merit of the Republic of Italy", which he received in 1972 for his involvement with the Italian Cultural Society in promoting Italian culture in the Washington D.C. area. He has maintained a steadfast commitment to the promotion and development of Italian cultural traditions and values. One of his causes is to defend that heritage against degradation and negative stereotyping of Italians and Italian-Americans, which regrettably still surface in American society. Being proud of his heritage demonstrated with Lucio having taken the initiative to establish in the Washington, D.C. area the Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society. Lucio remains active in the Italian American community by also being a member of OSIA, the National Italian American Foundation, COPILAS(Council for the Promotion of the Italian Language) and COMITESDC (Committee to Represent Italians Abroad) established by Government of Italy..Continuing his commitment to the promotion of Italian culture, Lucio recently established the Italian Heritage Society of St.. ary of Sorrows in Fairfax, Va, the parish that the D'Andrea family joined in 1969, when they settled in the area. Lucio is married to Edvige, a native of Pacentro, in Abruzzo.
Abruzzo and Molise Heritage Society
www.abruzzomoliseheritagesociety.org, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
Since its founding the Society has been actively engaged through a varied program of activities, as documented below, to pursue its objectives and purpose. - Lucio D'Andrea, President Emeritus
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Program: Installation of Officers, Society business, and presentation by Lucio D'Andrea, AMHS member, on his recent trip to Molise.
We are honored to present a ...
www.echomolise.org, 22 Mar 2011 [cached]
We are honored to present a special article by Lucio D'Andrea, Founder and President Emeritus of the Abruzzo Molise Heritage Society (AMHS), describing his perspective on immigration and the events leading to the founding the AMHS. The AMHS is a membership society with a vision closely similar to ECHO Molise, and its successes encourage us in our early stages of organization. Thanks, Lucio!
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Lucio D'Andrea
Founder and President Emeritus
Festa Italiana of Washington, DC
www.festaitalianadc.com, 27 Feb 2011 [cached]
Lucio D'Andrea, Abbruzzo and Molise Heritage Society
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