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Posted on: June 30, 2017

Cape May County Freeholders Recognize 25 Year Employees

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ – The Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders recognized 12 County employees who reached 25 years of employment in government at the June 27 Freeholder meeting.

The employees came from various departments, and were praised individually by the Freeholders for their hard work and dedication to the county.  Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton, congratulated the employees and encouraged them to celebrate this milestone by shouting out, “I made it.”

Each employee was accompanied by their department director or supervisor who spoke of their special contributions to their respective department.  They each received a 25 year pin and a certificate of achievement by the Board.

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Freeholder Len Desiderio; Freehold E. Marie Hayes; Freeholder Jeff Pierson; Timothy Donohue, Public Works Director; John Kline, Public Works; Scott Madden, Public Works;

Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton; James Cirillo, Facility and Services and Freeholder Will Morey.


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Freeholders Len Desiderio and E. Marie Hayes; Susan Foster, Crest Haven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center; Daisymae Bodner, Park and Zoo;

Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton; Michele Barikian, Prosecutor’s Office; Jeff Cox, Social Services Department; Freeholder Jeff Pierson; Jean Crean, Corrections Facility; Freeholder Will Morey


Other 25 year employees who were recognized but unable to attend, include Harriet Field, Cape May County Library; Dale Foster, Cape May County Engineer; James Monchetti, Public Works and Kim Hamer, Park and Zoo.

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