Soranno Reelected in Indian Shores
Patrick Soranno will serve his first three-year term as Indian Shores mayor.
INDIAN SHORES – Patrick Soranno was elected mayor when no one had showed up to run against him at the close of qualifying Friday (Dec. 8).
Sorrano, who took office in January after the death of then-Mayor Jim Lawrence, will serve a three-year term. He was serving as vice mayor immediately before his swearing in. Before that, he served on the Indian Shores planning, zoning and building committee for five years.
Soranno served in the U.S. Air Force and the Air Force Reserve. He held senior vice president positions with the Travelers Insurance Co. He was also a founding partner of Paradigm Alliance Group, a business consulting group and started several small businesses.
Throughout his business career he has been active as a board member among such organizations as the March of Dimes, U.S. Behavioral Health and the Center for Corporate Health.
He and his wife, Barbara, are retired.
For information about Indian Shores, go to myindianshores.com.
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