MORRISTOWN — A local organization that supports Morris County’s first responders has re-elected most of its officers to lead the 200 Club of Morris County through 2015.
Randolph resident Lou Nisivoccia, founder and managing director of Nisivoccia Consulting LLC, will serve a second term as president of the 200 Club. He has been a member for many years. He has been involved with many facets of the organization’s operations, including recruiting new members and increasing public awareness of the group. The 200 Club reported that its membership rolls exceeded 1,000 members for the first time in several years.
“We owe so much to local police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians who protect us every day,” said Nisivoccia. “Membership dues allow us offer death benefits to survivors and scholarships to the children of local heroes. Joining the 200 Club is a great opportunity to say thank you and we’ll be looking for new members and new opportunities to serve our protectors.”
Jack Van Orden, owner of Morristown Tire Co., returns as the chairman of the board. Other officers re-elected included John Corigliano, senior vice president; Bill Lockwood, senior vice president; James Rizzo, vice president; Joe Marts, vice president; Peter Kenny, treasurer; Robert Skeele, assistant treasurer; and Ronald Barnett, secretary.
Trustees include Van Orden, James Gannon, John Mania, Dennis Patrick, Michelle Patrick, Lori Patrick, Janet Rapisardi, James Rizzo, Joyce Stager, and Laverne Wolfanger.
Since its inception in 1971, the 200 Club of Morris County has distributed more than $4 million in survivor benefits and scholarships to families who have lost a spouse who was a police officer or state trooper, a firefighter, or an emergency medical services provider in the line of duty.
Information about membership in the 200 Club and its various programs is available by calling (732) 279-4258 or by clicking here.