Goodbye to Carlo Brigo, he led industrialists

Carlo Brigo died at the age of 76. He was president of the Rovigo Industrial Association from 1988 to 1994.. Having been ill for some time, he passed away this morning, immediately arousing condolences and emotion in those who knew and respected him.

Carlo Brigo was the son of Hamlet, historic president of the industrialists for over 20 years (from 1945 to 1967) and brother of Alberto Brigo, president of the Province of Rovigo from 1991 to 1999 (and passed away in 2002).

He leaves behind his brothers Gianfranco and Paolo, his wife Emanuela, married in 1975, his children Elena, Nicola and Alessandro and his nephew Edoardo. The Brigo family owned the Ipag company for years.

The name of Carlo Brigo, a graduate in economics and commerce, is linked, like that of his father, to Polesine entrepreneurship. During the eight years he was president of Assindustria (1988-1994), he spent a lot on the productive development of the territory. Among other things he contributed significantly to the birth of the Censer and the Interporto, important bodies and infrastructures in Polesine.

As president of the industrialists he was also councilor of the Rovigo Chamber of Commerce. He is also remembered for his commitment to the church of Santa Maria delle Rose in the Commenda district. In 1991 he was awarded the honor of Commander of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic by the prefect of Rovigo.

Brigo lived in his house in viale Porta Mare. And yesterday his loved ones received many messages of condolences and demonstrations of affection. The funeral has been set for next Wednesday at 10am at Rovigo Cathedral.

 
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