Avalon Employees, Mayor Recognized for Longevity of Service

Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi and Borough Council recognized and congratulated various employees for their length of service to the community.  The recognitions were made during the Wednesday, December 13th meeting of the Avalon Borough Council.

“I want to personally congratulate the Borough employees who have achieved significant milestones in their careers serving the citizens of Avalon”, said Mayor Martin Pagliughi.  “We are tremendously proud of their success, and deeply appreciative of their efforts at sustaining a high level of public service year after year”.

Among the individuals recognized for longevity of service were Mayor Pagliughi and Avalon Borough Councilman Richard Dean, who both have served as elected officials for 30 years.  Also honored with a special proclamation was current Cape May County Surrogate and former Avalon Planning and Zoning Board Solicitor Dean Marcolongo, who was elected to the position of Surrogate for Cape May County in the November, 2017 election.

Here are the individuals who were recognized by Mayor and Council at the Council meeting:

5 years—Olivia Gorecke, Sean Farrell, Jennifer Bailey, Heather Burns

10 years—Linda Duffy, Patricia Wilk, Joseph Bereheiko, Matthew Sykes, Wendy Connell, Eric Heisman, Robin Camp, Richard Dean Jr.

15 years—Ann Marie McCormick, Dawn Brady, Eric Glenz

20 years—Brian Repici

25 years—Marie J. Hood, William Macomber, John Roscoe

30 years—Richard E. Dean, Martin Pagliughi, Robert Rhoda, William McCormick

35 years—Earl Whildin, Jr.