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Human Resources Director hired, three firefighters sworn in

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  The city swore in three firefighters and voted 8-0 to hire a Human Resources Director during the City Council meeting on Monday night at City Hall.

  Terri Ronco was appointed as the city’s Human Resources Director for a three-year term ending on March 27, 2026. She replaced Justin Schrader on March 20. Ronco previously worked in the Human Resources division at The Greater Boston Food Bank.

  “I look forward to working with the mayor,” Ronco said. “I love being a resource, and I love helping people.”

  Councillor-at-Large Stephanie Smith recommended favorable action. Councillor-at-Large Michael Marchese put forth both motions.

  Firefighter Michael Vitukevich said he is grateful for this opportunity and proud to be an Everett firefighter.

Pictured from left to right: Ward 6 Councillor Al Lattanzi, Councillor-at-Large Stephanie Smith, Ward 3 Councillor Darren Costa, Councillor-at-Large John Hanlon, Councillor-at-Large Michael Marchese, Firefighters Derek Volpicelli, Michael Vitukevich and David Joyner, Fire Chief Scott Dalrymple, Councillor-at-Large Richard Dell Isola, Ward 5 Councillor Vivian Nguyen and Councillor-at-Large Irene Cardillo.
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City Clerk Sergio Cornelio administered the oath of office to Firefighters David Joyner, Derek Volpicelli and Michael Vitukevich.
Firefighter Michael Vitukevich was accompanied by family members. Pictured from left to right: grandmother Nancy Vitukevich, grandfather George Riley, mother Jeanne Vitukevich and father Michael Vitukevich Sr.
Firefighter David Joyner was accompanied by his family members, pictured from left to right: daughter Lucy Joyner, uncle/retired Firefighter Richard Joyner, father/retired Firefighter David Joyner, wife Jessica, mother Patricia Joyner and brother/Firefighter Derek Joyner.
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Terri Ronco was appointed as the city’s Human Resources Director for a three-year term to end on March 27, 2026.
The Volpicelli family, pictured from left to right: Bottom row: children Victor, Amelia, Vito, Olivia and Ava; top row: son Joseph, wife Valerie and Firefighter Derek Volpicelli. The couple are expecting their seventh child.

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