Ron Falconi began his term as Mayor of Brunswick in 2014. Originally, he was appointed to the Council at Large seat in 2008 among a group of 14 applicants. He successfully defended the seat and won a full term in 2009.
Falconi was born and raised in northeastern Ohio. He received his diploma from Padua Franciscan High School. He went on to receive his Bachelor of Arts degree from John Carroll University, where he majored in political science with a concentration in international studies. Subsequently, he received his law degree from the University of Akron, and he has a license to practice law in this state. He was also admitted to practice in the US District Court – Northern District of Ohio, and the US District Court – Western District of Pennsylvania. In addition to that, he has represented clients in the US Immigration Court and before the US Citizenship and Immigration Service. He operates his own law practice and does a majority of his work in Cuyahoga and Medina counties.
He has been active in the community. He was a former member of the Brunswick Board of Zoning Appeals, and served on that board from 2004 to 2007. Falconi is also active at St. Ambrose Church, where he is a lector and is also a former bingo team participant. He served as the government liaison officer for the Fairway’s Homeowners Association. He also has served as a Guardian ad Litem in both Medina and Cuyahoga Counties.
During his time on city council, he had served at one time or another on the following committees:
- Economic Development (Chair)
- Planning and Zoning (Chair)
- Safety Committee
- Finance Committee
- Building and Building Code
Ron has been married to his wife, Genevive, since 1998, and they have two (2) beautiful children. They have lived in Brunswick since 2001. Ron’s interests include history, computers, travel, and singing.