The following has been compiled from a press release from the Wilton Republican Town Committee.
The Wilton Republican Town Committee (RTC) elected Peter Wrampe as its new chairman and Jake Lubel as vice chairman. The two top officers of the WRTC set the agenda for the Committee and moderate its monthly meetings.
Wrampe, who had served as vice chairman since 2019, replaces Chris Lineberger, who stepped down as chair, but according to the RTC website, is still a member.
Wrampe is a professor of data analytics at New York University (NYU) and a former international business executive with Union Carbide/Praxair who has lived in Wilton since 1979 with his wife, Kathleen, and their two children.
Wrampe was born in Germany and emigrated with his parents to the United States in 1958 because the educational opportunities here were far greater than in Europe. He earned multiple degrees in chemical engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and an Executive MBA from Pace University.
Wrampe is a steadfast believer in fiscal responsibility. “My father told me never to spend what you haven’t yet earned,” Wrampe recalls. “And also to save 10% of every paycheck. That’s how I got to Wilton.”
Active in the Wilton community for many years, Wrampe has served on the Energy Commission and has proudly taken part in every Wilton Clean-Up Day. “I’ve never missed a one,” he says.
Lubel discovered Wilton at the town’s annual Street Fair several years ago. He and his wife Ashley moved to Wilton in 2019 with their three young children. Since then, he has become actively involved in the town, joining the WRTC in 2020 and the Economic Development Commission in 2021.
Lubel has an MBA from Columbia Business School and works on the investment team for a large holding company.
Peter Wrampe will be a great chairman. He is a no-nonsense type of guy who follows through on his beliefs and proposals. He is a real asset to the Wilton Republican Town Committee and the Town of Wilton.
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