Thomas DiBello, Commissioner

InTom Dibello 2023, Tom DiBello was elected to the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners. He was sworn in as Commissioner on January 2, 2024.  

Professionally, Mr. DiBello has over twenty-five years of progressive experience in designing and implementing large global technical software solutions in both the tax and defense industries. Mr. DiBello was also a small business owner, employing over 25 people.  

He has worked with delegates from around the world via the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and presented at national and international conferences, including the National Governor’s Association, National Conference of State Legislatures, and the Federation of Tax Administrators. 

In 2009, Mr. DiBello was elected to the Spring-Ford School Board and served as president for five terms. In that role, over $15 million annually in deficit spending was eliminated, along with a debt reduction of over $200 million and a reduction of the annual average tax increase to under 2%.  

During Mr. DiBello’s tenure as school board president, Spring-Ford won its first National Blue Ribbon in school history. Mr. DiBello also led the effort to create one of the top school police departments statewide.  

As an active member of his community, Mr. DiBello has served on various boards and community organizations over the last two decades. He served as chairperson of the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors from 2002 to 2004; president of the Limerick Township’s Economic Development Committee from 2005 to 2010; Limerick Township Auditor from 2006 to 2014; and president, vice president, and treasurer on the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU) between 2010 and 2021. In 2007, he received the Economic Development Award from the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce. 

An avid supporter of youth sports, Mr. DiBello has coached youth baseball and basketball. He was a founding member and president of Spring-Ford Youth Football and Cheerleading, founding member of the Inter County Football League (ICFL), and board member of Spring City American Legion Baseball. 

Mr. DiBello holds a master's degree in information science from Pennsylvania State University and a bachelor's degree in computer science from East Stroudsburg University. 

Mr. DiBello has been married to his wife Diana since 1997; they have two children and reside in Limerick Township. 

To contact Commissioner DiBello, please email thomas@montgomerycountypa.gov