Santo “Sam” DiPietro was born on November 11, 1934, in Portland, Maine and died on October 9, 2016.
He was an American businessperson and politician from Maine.
He was a Democrat, served on the South Portland, Maine City Council for nine years, two of which were as mayor (1986-1987).
DiPietro also served four terms (8 years) in the Maine House of Representatives (1989–1996).
During 1988, he defeated Republican incumbent Earl G. Nicholson to win his seat in the Legislature.
He graduated from Portland High School and Northeast Business College.
Santo owned and operated a grocery store, DiPietro’s Market, in South Portland.
He died in South Portland, Maine.
Santo DiPietro passed away at 81 years old.