Dean Saluti on his volunteer work

Dean Saluti on his volunteer work….

As a Boston local, Dean Saluti has acknowledged recognition from an assortment of community organizations and government entities for his guidance, volunteer activities, and business moral principles. Case in point, the prominent Pirandello Lyceum presented him with the “President’s Award” for “I Migliori in Mens et Gesta” – “The Best in Mind and Deeds.”

┬áThe Saints Cosmas & Damian Society elected Dr. Saluti as “Man of the Year” for his business feats and moral code. Dean Saluti has garnered citations from the Governor of the Commonwealth, the State Senate, the State House of Representatives, the Boston City Council, and from the Mayor of Boston for his business deeds and ethics.

┬áThe Mayor of the City of Boston designated May 7 as “Dr. Dean J. Saluti Day” in Boston. Dr. Saluti is past president of Boston’s historic “First Corps of Cadets,” an association with John Hancock and John Quincy Adams as past “elected” commanders. For the preceding nineteen years, Dr. Saluti has been the president of the Greater Boston Renaissance Lodge of the Sons of Italy. Under Dr. Dean Saluti’s control, the Renaissance Lodge has become one of the nation’s most powerful Italian organizations.

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