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Gary L. Pavlic
1600 Seventh Avenue
Troy, New York 12180
Phone (518) 270-2890
Fax (518) 270-2975
E-mail - gpavlic@rensco.com

District One - City of Troy

Gary L. Pavlic, elected to the Rensselaer County Legislature in 2012, has been a resident of Troy for 27 years.  Before pursuing elected office, Gary was a public servant for New York State where he worked his way up from a Grade 3 File Clerk, to retire as a Grade 23 Health Program Administrator at the Department of Health.  In his capacity as a health administrator, he managed 67 contracts worth $80 million and helped train thousands of welfare recipients to join the workforce in the healthcare field.  He also has 11 years of experience in direct care of children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism, and in combating the AIDS epidemic with the New York State AIDS Institute.

In addition to his work with New York State, Gary has served as the Secretary to the Troy City Council, helped found the Capital District Pride Center (and was the second recipient of their Harvey Milk Award for outstanding service to the community), raised over $25,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Families First Fund as president of the Capital Region 56ers Collectors Club, and has participated in countless other community events and organizations.

While serving New York State, Gary was a union leader at OD Heck Developmental Center, CSEA Local #445, acting as a Union Rep, State Rep, and Vice President of the Local. Gary was also a member of PEF and is currently a member of PEF Retirees.

He is currently the Co-Chairman of the Col. Albert Pawling Memorial Statue Committee, founder of the Troy Anti-Violence Initiative, and sitting member of the Contracts and Agreements, Veterans, and Social Services committees in the Rensselaer County Legislature.  He graduated from Duanesburg Central High School, earned a BS in Human Development from Empire State College, and studied American Sign Language in Adult Learning.