BRRSD Teachers Honored for Service and Tenure


BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The board of education has recognized a number of staff members in the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District that have earned tenure in the district and have served for 25 or more years.

Those honored for years of service to the district were:

  • Bonnie Allen, Bradley Gardens – 25 years
  • Constance Kuker, Crim – 25 years
  • Robert Hamilton, BRHS – 25 years
  • Maureen Brooks, John F. Kennedy – 25 years
  • Diane Wilczewski, Bradley Gardens – 26 years
  • Jennifer Sloane, Crim – 26 years
  • Joyce Jensen, District – 26 years
  • Denise Cimpko-Beller, BRHS – 26 years
  • Deborah Jeffries, BRHS – 26 years
  • Terry McDonald, BRHS – 26 years
  • Donna Muglia, BRHS – 26 years
  • Katrina Macht, Hillside – 26 years
  • Helen Rosen, Hillside – 26 years
  • Patricia Gard, John F. Kennedy – 26 years
  • Raffaele Coppola, Maintenance Department – 26 years
  • Rubelci Villeda, Maintenance Department – 26 years
  • Maura Clancy, BRMS – 26 years
  • Emilie Golis, BRMS – 26 years
  • Lisa Loriot, Milltown – 26 years
  • Lani Montgomery, Adamsville – 27 years
  • Mary Lynn Hawkinson, BRHS – 27 years
  • Michelle Rubbo, BRHS – 27 years
  • Donna Casale, John F. Kennedy – 27 years
  • Joseph Simon, BRMS – 27 years
  • Debra Trapani, BRMS ­– 27 years
  • Mary Lynn Friar, Van Holten – 27 years
  • Kathryn Gacos, Wade/Purchasing Coordinator – 27 years
  • Robert Moser, Maintenance Department – 28 years
  • Diane Memoli, Van Holten – 28 years
  • Cheryl Figliano, BRMS – 29 years
  • Edna Hartman, Transportation Department, 30 years
  • Susan Mary Morris, Eisenhower – 30 years
  • Mary Pat Gausz, BRHS – 30 years
  • Carol Ann Nolan-Petronella, Van Holten – 30 years
  • Anne Carter, John F. Kennedy – 31 years
  • Susan Swinsburg, John F. Kennedy – 31 years
  • Linda Yadlosky, Transportation Department – 32 years
  • Julie Lund, John F. Kennedy – 33 years
  • Timothy Robbins, BRHS – 34 years
  • Bonnie Jean Crosby, Adamsville – 36 years
  • Theresa Brown, Wade Building – 38 years
  • Thomas Gara, District – 44 years
  • Patricia Sarafino, Transportation Department – 47 years
  • Vincent Fedele, BRMS – 47 years

Those teachers earning tenure since April 2015 were:

  • Nicholas Basile, BRHS
  • Katherine Cassidy, BRHS
  • Nicole DiTota, Crim Primary
  • Michael Poe, BRMS
  • Michael Anderson, BRHS
  • David Boutilier, Hillside
  • Heather Diaforli-Day, Crim
  • Erin Durborow, Eisenhower
  • Lauren Fitzsimmons, BRHS
  • Allen Fung, BRHS
  • Michele Hayward, John F. Kennedy
  • Michelle Henry, BRHS
  • Adam Huntington, BRHS
  • Lucinda Jaffe, BRHS
  • Shiveta Joshi, Milltown
  • Maribel Joven, Hillside
  • Jaclyn Julian, BRHS
  • Kelly Kliemisch, Hillside
  • Maria LaMarca, John F. Kennedy
  • Rocco Matrisciano, Hillside
  • Kelly O’Neil, John F. Kennedy
  • Kendell Pepe, John F. Kennedy
  • Matthew Perlman, BRHS
  • Kimberly Rand, BRMS
  • Phillip Solomon, BRMS
  • Laura Stroka, BRHS
  • Robert Thorp, BRHS
  • Mary Urbanwicz, Eisenhower
  • Kevin Wagner, BRHS
  • William Ferry, Hillside
  • Brian Henry, Eisenhower
  • Mark Morrell, BRHS
  • Kristen Taylor, BRHS
  • Lisa Ferreira, Milltown
  • Suzanne Wooby, BRMS
  • Elizabeth Barone, Adamsville
  • Maritza Hame, Eisenhower
  • Courtney Kinnevy, Van Holten
  • Amy Oh, Milltown
  • Daphne Ruben, BRHS
  • Alexis Ryan, Hamilton
  • Arnie Thomas, Hillside
  • William Thomas, John F. Kennedy
  • Grace Greway, BRMS

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