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Congressman Gottheimer Honors Sussex County Hometown Heroes

Release Date: December 17, 2019

Congressman Gottheimer Honors Sussex County Hometown Heroes.

On Monday, December 16, 2019, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) honored local first responders, veterans, students, search and rescuers, life-saving bystanders, volunteers, teachers, community leaders, and residents who have made outstanding contributions to the North Jersey community at his fifth Hometown Hero Awards, held at Holy Name Medical Center. Fifth District Hometown Heroes Awards were presented to more than forty residents to recognize their dedication to improving the lives of their neighbors, families, and all Jersey residents.

Sussex County residents recognized included:

Recognized December 16, 2019 external link
Edward Charles Buruchian, Vernon
Emery Castimore, Frankford
Stanley Dutkus, Sr., Montague
Patricia Green, Wantage
Michaela Hruskova, Andover
Mario Inglima, Newton
Christina Sanchez, Franklin
Aldo Sayre, Branchville
Judy Williams, Franklin

Glen Meadow Middle School teachers Tyler Oakes, Janice Vaszlavik, Marianne Amato, Nancy Grimaldi, Susan Lopez, Terri Yost, and Janice Schmidt, Vernon

Recognized July 8, 2019
Edward Van Der Berg, Wantage

Recognized December 14, 2018 external link
Isobel Costello, Newton
Ted Wilson, Vernon Township

Recognized July 3, 2018: external link
Pat Lynch, Newton
Dianna Morrison, Newton
Jane Damstra, Vernon Township
Lou Caruso, Green Township external link

Recognized December 18, 2017 external link
Becky Carlson, Newton
Mary Ellen Vichiconti, Vernon township