Matt enjoys following in his grandfather, Mando Romboldi's, footsteps. As the original owner and operator of the Town Brook Service Station, Mando used this platform to involve himself with the Plymouth community. He began the first school bus contract with the town in 1953, which the family maintained for over 40 years. Matt worked on the buses and pumped gas as a young boy alongside his siblings, cousins and father, Russell Romboldi Sr. It was here that Matt and his brother Rusty (owner of Ziggy's Ice Cream) and sister Lisa O'Hanley (owner of Water St. Cafe) witnessed firsthand what it means to be a successful entrepreneur. The first Romboldi generation of Plymouth built a reputation based on a strong work ethic and fair business relationships.

Mando will always be remembered for instilling these characteristics in his children and grandchildren. Amongst his peers, Mando was known as a sound business man with strength in character. Russell Romboldi Sr., with his brothers Richard and Rodney, continued to own and operate Town Brook until 1997, at which time they sold it to the Mahoney family. In 2000, when the Plymouth Boys and Girls Club built their new facility, Russell generously chose to be a cornerstone donor, as he had many fond memories of spending time there during his childhood. This made a lasting impression on Matt, inspiring him to give back to the Plymouth community, of which he is proud and thankful to call home.

Matt Romboldi is actively involved in the Plymouth community and has donated to several local charities. Currently, Matt is an active member of Kiwanis international, and the president of the board of directors for Run for Faith, Inc. Matt and his wife, Nicole, started Run for Faith, Inc. in 2010 to honor the life of his late mother, Faith "Marcy" Romboldi who passed from ovarian cancer that same year. The Run for Faith is in its 4th year, and will take place in August at Plimoth Plantation. To date, this charity has given $15,000 in scholarships to both Plymouth High Schools, $15,000 to Dana Farber Cancer Institute, $6,000 to the Plymouth Public Library, as well as other organizations that were close to Marcy's heart. To learn more, please visit www.runforfaithplymouth.org.

In addition to Run for Faith, Inc., Matt has given to many charities and causes on behalf of Lombard's Waste Services. As a customer of Lombard's, not only are you sustaining a local business, but also investing in the community at large. Here are some of the ongoing in-kind and monetary donations:

In Kind Donations:
~Thanksgiving Day Parade
~Thirsty Pilgrim
~Projects Arts
~Kiwanis Circus

Monetary Donations:
~We Run for One
~Fragment Society
~Reach, Inc.
~Liams Run
~SSCAS
~Plymouth Pound Golf Tournament
~Plymouth Philharmonic
~Saint Boneventure's Fund for the Needy

Matt and his family believe that giving back is one of the most important things you can do to invest in your children and the future.

 


 
 
 
 

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