Vincent DeLucia became Town of Malta Supervisor on January 1, 2016. A lifelong resident of Malta, he is a graduate of Ballston Spa High School, as is his wife, Claudia (Kemp) DeLucia. He holds a Bachelors Degree from Curry, Masters Degree from Russell Sage College and completed other advanced studies at Florida State University and SUNY Albany. As a young man, Vince worked with his brothers in the family grocery store business, and began his career in education teaching in Ballston Spa. He later left his middle school teaching and science department chairperson position in Ballston to become a principal in the Shenendehowa school district. He retired from Shenendehowa after serving as a school principal for over 26 years.
Vince is a past member and chairperson of the Ballston Area Recreation Commission. He also served for over twelve years as a member and six-year president of the Board of Directors of the nonprofit Newmeadow School for children with autism and special needs.
Ted Willette became Malta GOP Town Chair in 2010 after serving as a committee member and vice-chair for several years. A native of Saratoga Springs, he graduated from Saratoga Springs High school, then served for three years during the Vietnam War in the U. S. Army in the fields of intelligence and operations. In his early years, Ted worked in his father’s general contracting business, for Saratoga Dairy, and for General Electric as a machinist. He later retired from the NYS Department of Corrections after 25 ½ years, during which time he served as a Union Steward and as President of Local 3023, Council 82 for several years.