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N.J. EMS Council Installs Officers for 2019

PRESS RELEASE

 

With the start of its 90th anniversary of volunteer EMS in the Garden State, the EMS Council of New Jersey (EMSCNJ) installed its leadership for 2019 during a ceremony Saturday at the Jumping Brook Country Club here. 

 

The new officers:

 

President

Barbara Platt (New Egypt)

 

Executive Vice Presidents

Tarcisio Nunes – Northern Area (Lyndhurst)

John Butterweck – Central Area (Morganville)

Bryan Platt – Southern Area (New Egypt)

 

Secretaries

Cyndy Reardon – Council (Bloomingdale)

Paula Weiler – Membership (Englewood)

 

Treasurers

Kenneth Weinberg (Pittstown)

Jessica Shea – Assistant Treasurer (Califon)

 

District Vice Presidents

Anthony Murtha (Spring Lake) – 1st District

Kari Phair (Springfield) – 2nd District

John Tymon (Ridgefield Park) – 3rd District

Ernest Bubier (Salem) – 4th District

Marylyn Kampo (Somerset) – 5th District

Barbara Flowers (East Hanover) – 6th District

Karen Johansen (Morristown) – 8th District

Steve Kurs (East Windsor) – 9th District

Andie Hutchins (Phillipsburg) – 10th District

Paul Kennedy (Keansburg) – 11th District

Edna Deacon (Mine Hill) – 12th District

Eric Rudd (Belvidere) – 13th District

Alfred M. Low-Beer (Kendall Park) – 14th District

James Ambro (Nutley) – 15th District

Kim Iadanza (Tinton Falls) – 16th District

Mary Claire Shiber (Wayne) – 17th District

Alison Wallin (Demarest) – 18th District

Vikki Castellano (Oakland) – 20th District

Phillip Wien (Maple Shade) – 22nd District

James McAlister (Freehold) – 23rd District

Dominick Rotondo (Lyndhurst) – 24th District

 

The 90-year-old nonprofit New Jersey State First Aid Council, doing business as the EMSCNJ, represents 20,000 EMS volunteers affiliated with 250+ EMS agencies throughout the state.

 

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