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Florham Park Presents Employee Service Awards to Long Time Borough Employees

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FLORHAM PARK, NJ- Florham Park took the time to honor some of the boroughs longstanding employees at their recent borough council meeting.

These awards were presented to employees of the borough who have faithfully served the citizens of Florham Park for a significant period of time. Anniversaries were celebrated for Employees’ fifth, tenth, fifteenth, twentieth, twenty-fifth, and thirtieth years employed by the borough.

“I would now like to make a presentation to a series of employees who have met a milestone in their years of service to Florham Park,” Mayor Mark Taylor said. “We have several here this evening, which is a very good sign.”

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It is a good sign indeed, with 48 employees being honored on the night. The many groups of the borough were well represented with administrators, police officers, and members of Florham Park’s commissions. The highest praise was reserved for Frank Esposito who recently hit three decades of service to the borough.

The Five Year Employee Service Awards went to Joe Bassolino, Daniel Braico, Kate Lyn Dinneny, Joseph Guerin, Suzanne Herold, Joan Hipp, Kevin Langereis, Donna Nafie, Jared Orgel, Frank Pietropinto and Norman Slaby.

There were 12 recipients of the Ten Year Employee Service Award, including Charlie Greenstein, Maryann Lang, Chris Linden, Brian Mensing, Robert Mercuro, Anthony Negri, Michael Neilan, Timothy O’Dell, Joel Phillips, Brian Sampson, Michael Sgaramella and George Traver.

The 15 Year Employee service awards went to Thomas Ciasullo, John Drayton, Sheryl Edwards, Brian Ford, Sylvia Glinko, Michael Jenkins, Paula Karnegis, Al Kellogg, Steve Landishman, Chris Lynch, Michael Smith, Michael Thomas, Ken Thompkins and Alex Zipeto.

There were eight employees who broke the 20 year mark this year. They were Brian Ahlert, Philip D’Alessio, Matt Gatzke, Joe Orlando, Geoffrey Rothrock, George Stiner, Karl Svenningsen and Michael Voitcu.

These eight were followed by two employees who received the 25 Year Employee Service Award including Steve Jones and Fred Vinci. Finally, Frank Esposito led the charts with his 30 Year Employee Service Award.

Florham Park extended its gratitude to all of its employees and hopes to see many more make it through these milestones.

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