In 2013, Rep. Brian DelGrosso was unanimously elected Minority Leader by his colleagues. In addition to his leadership role, Rep. DelGrosso serves on the House Finance Committee and is a member of the Legislative Council.
Brian was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. After graduating from high school, he joined the Wyoming Air National Guard and served proudly for six years. After his service, he attended college in Cheyenne, during which time he served for one session as a legislative aide in the Wyoming State Legislature, which he attributes as the spark that kindled his passion for politics.
While at college, Brian delivered pizzas to pay his bills. The owner of the company quickly recognized his leadership skills and asked him to join their management program. Brian progressed quickly to become a general manager, a supervisor, and eventually became the operations director for a 20 store Domino’s Pizza Franchise. He was responsible for over 300 employees and was accountable for all financial aspects of this multimillion-dollar-a-year company.
After many years, the company for which Rep. DelGrosso worked for decided to downsize, and he was able to purchase three of their locations. He has owned two locations in Loveland and one in Windsor for nearly seven years. Both he and his wife operate their three stores.
In August of 2009, Brian was appointed to fill the vacant House seat of Rep. Don Marostica, who was selected by Governor Bill Ritter to operate as the Director of Economic Development. During the 2010 session, while serving on the House Finance Committee and House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee, Brian used the expertise he gained as a successful businessman. The following year, Brian became the chairman of the House Finance Committee.
He is active at his local church, where he is in charge of the audio team. He is also a certified volunteer for the Department of Corrections, and serves on the board for a local prison ministry group, Warriors for Christ. They go to various prisons around the state to play worship concerts and minister to offenders.
Brian and his wife, Amber, have four children, Andara, Bransen, Breeley, and Zackary.
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