DENVILLE — The Morris County Young Republicans held their November meeting at Charlie Brown’s.
Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi sponsored the event and spoke to the audience about all the services offered by the Clerk’s office.
In addition, the 2018 officers were elected. They are State Committeeman Justin Musella, State Committeewoman Tia-Lynn Fritze, Vice Chair Kevin Stales, Chair Sydney Ugalde, Secretary Joe Bock, Treasurer Julie Lapatka.
The Morris County Young Republicans is a chapter within the New Jersey Young Republican Federation. We are one of the most active Young Republican clubs in the State of New Jersey. In 2016, we were proud to receive the NJYRF’s Award for “Club of the Year.” With increased membership and fundraising this past year, including for charity, the Young Republicans take pride in improving their community and working on key races for Republicans in 2017.
Several members and former members have run for and won elected office. They continue to support fellow Young Republicans in their campaigns and making a difference.
Associate or Regular Members of Morris County Young Republicans Club for the Year 2017 are Senator Anthony Bucco, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, Jr., Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, Assemblyman Richard Kamin, Assemblyman Jay Webber, County Clerk Ann Grossi, Freeholder Doug Cabana, Freeholder John Cesaro, Freeholder Kathy DeFillippo, Freeholder W. Hank Lyon (Regular Member), Freeholder Tom Mastrangelo, Freeholder Christine Meyers, Freeholder Deborah Smith, Sheriff James Gannon, Sheriff Ed Rochford
Boonton Town Alderman Dan Piccioni, Boonton Town Alderwoman Doris Yanez, Denville Councilman Gene Fitzpatrick, Denville Councilman John Murphy, Jefferson Councilman Robert Birmingham, Long Hill Committeeman Guy Piserchia, Mine Hill Councilman Dave Bloom, Morris Plains Mayor Frank Dreutzler, Morris Township Mayor Bruce Sisler (Former YR Chairman), Morris Township Councilman Matheu Nunn (Regular Member), Nutley Commissioner Steven Rogers, Parsippany Mayor James Barberio, Parsippany Councilman Michael DePierro, Parsippany Councilwoman Loretta Gragnani, Parsippany Councilman Robert Peluso, Parsippany Councilman Dr. Louis Valori, Randolph Mayor Christine Carey, Randolph Councilman James Loveys, Randolph Councilwoman Joanne Veech, Rockaway Borough Councilman Tom Mulligan, Rockaway Township Mayor Michael Dachisen, Roxbury Councilman Robert DeFiliippo, Springfield Mayor Ziad Shehady and Sussex County Freeholder Hal Wirths.
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Grossi grew up in Parsippany and lives in her family home with her husband and daughter. Ann considers herself a public servant, not a politician, who has dedicated her life to serving the people, her community and the residents of Morris County. She was awarded a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law, MA and BA from William Paterson College of NJ, and AA from County College of Morris. Ann is a member of the Morris County Bar Association, and is admitted to the NJ Bar, the US District Court for the District of NJ and the NJ Supreme Court. Ann has served Morris County for many years at the grass root level. In 2013, she was elected as Morris County Clerk, where she manages six diverse departments; staffed by 38 employees.
Currently, she serves on the Board for the Morris County Library Foundation and a continues as a public member of the Picatinny Technology Innovation Center. Ann has been honored by various organizations. They are as follows: in 2011, Ann was honored as Woman of the Year by the Parsippany Republican Club, in 2012 as Outstanding Italian American by the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, Community Affairs Unit, and the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey, as Outstanding Woman of Achievement by the Morris County Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce, in 2014, she was recognized as Outstanding Alumni by the County College of Morris and in 2015, for her contribution to UNI CO National.