PHILLIP R. CRABB
Franklin Borough, NJ
Freeholder Crabb was appointed to the Board of Chosen Freeholders in February, 2008, and served as Director in 2012 and Deputy Director in 2013. Phil and his wife, Sally, live in Franklin, where he has served on the Borough Council and was Director of the Office of Emergency Management for ten years. Phil and Sally have a daughter, Pauline, and two sons, Joseph and Carl.
Freeholder Crabb is the principal partner in a consulting firm specializing in Supply Chain Logistics, having held prior leadership positions in aerospace, manufacturing and financial institutions. He has also served as a Commissioner of the Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority.
Phil has served his community in a variety of ways over the past 35 years. He has been a member of the Franklin Fire Department since 1978, serving as Chief in 1994-95. He was the Co-Chairman of the Mayor’s Ad-Hoc Committee for Green Acres Preservation and authored a Rails-to-Trails Plan which received both County and State recognition. He is a founding member of the Franklin Historical Society, and Life Member and past Vice-President of the Franklin Mineral Museum. Freeholder Crabb has been a strong supporter of Veteran’s causes in the County, and has had the privilege of serving as Keynote Speaker at the Franklin Memorial Day Services eight times.
Phil enjoys fishing at Lake Pochung and continues to serve on various Boards and Committees throughout Sussex County.
FREEHOLDER LIAISON APPOINTMENTS
Dept of Finance and Library Services, County Clerk, Tax Board, 208 Water Quality, Sussex County Farm & Horse Show, Child Advocacy Center, Technical School Board of School Estimate.