Paul, Adrienne and Victoria


Paul Nicotera was born and raised in Central New York. He is a graduate of Notre Dame High School in Utica, NY and attended college before enlisting in the United States Army in 1997.

Paul served in Mannheim Germany and as a NATO Peacekeeper in Sarajevo Bosnia. He is the recipient of the Joint Service Commendation and Joint Service Achievement medals for his dedicated service as member of multiple NATO missions in Europe.

Since his honorable discharge in 2001 Paul has worked in the commercial telecommunications industry. He has spent the past 8 years in a variety of leadership roles, including 3 years as an Operations Director for a Regional Carrier and most recently as a Senior Manager for Emerging VoIP Technologies at a Fortune 500 Company.

Paul has been a resident of Upper Dublin for the past 5 years. He lives in Willow Manor with his wife Adrienne, daughter Victoria, their Pomeranian Winston Churchill and their bearded dragon Kristof. Paul also has two older children Salvatore and Alexis who live and work in New Jersey.

Paul and his family are active members of St Thomas Episcopal Church in Whitemarsh, where Paul has served for 5 years on the Youth Commission, including 2 years as Chair of the Commission. He serves on the Montgomery County Committee of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania, where he was recently elected as the Committee’s Treasurer. Paul was also a volunteer EMT and served with the Riverside Ambulance Company in Riverside NJ from 2002-2003.

Paul is a avid outdoors-man who enjoys camping, hunting, fishing and spent 5 years as a member of a regional competitive paintball team. He is also a car lover who looks forward to restoring his father’s 1972 Buick Skylark and can often be caught working on his truck in the driveway, weather permitting. Paul is a life long fan of the Buffalo Bills and has spent the past 18 years as a Philadelphia Phillies fan. His other hobbies include collecting comic books, building LEGOs with his daughter Victoria and enjoying a variety of music.