The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders presents Union County College Executive Director of College Relations and Secretary of the Boards of Governors and Trustees Ellen Dotto of Berkeley Heights with a resolution congratulating her upon her retirement. They were joined by Ellen’s husband Peter. The Freeholders Board recognizes the significant professional achievements of Ellen Dotto, and expresses its sincere gratitude for the invaluable contributions she has made to Union County College and the County of Union.
Union County Congratulates Ellen Dotto of Union County College on Retirement
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