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Accavitti Jr., Frank (D)State Representative District 42
Eastpointe Planning Commissioner, City Councilman and Mayor. Rep. Accavitti was first elected to the House in 2002.
Rep. Acavitti has worked as a retail store owner and local government official.
Rep. Accavitti graduated from Fraser High School in 1975 and attended Western Michigan University and Wayne State University. Prior to becoming a full time Legislator Rep. Accavitti was a 20 year small business owner and very active in his community.
Rep. Accavitti is married to Mary Elizabeth Accavitti. The Accavittis reside in Eastpointe and they have three children, Amy, Jennifer and Frank III.
Rep. Accavitti is a current board member and past President of the Eastpointe Kiwanis Club, in addition he is a member of the Eastpointe Lions Club, the Selfridge Air National Guard Base Community Council, the Eastpointe Historical Society, the friends of the Roseville Library, and the Eastpointe Community Chest. Additionally, Rep. Accavitti has served as a Trustee of many important public boards including, the City of Eastpointe Employees� Pension Fund, the Eastpointe Memorial Library Board, the South Macomb Disposal Authority, and the South East Macomb Sanitary District.
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