MORRIS COUNTY — The Morris County Board of County Commissioners has honored Denise Leffler, an employee who is retiring after a 35-year career with the Morris County Clerk’s Office.
The long-time employee was presented with a framed resolution outlining her public service during a luncheon hosted by County Clerk Ann Grossi earlier this week.
“Denise is a legend in the Morris County Clerk’s Office. For 35 years she has graced our office with her effervescent smile, joyful demeanor, contagious giggle, and dedication. She is loved by all and will be greatly missed,” said Grossi.
Denise’s career began in 1988 under then-County Clerk Alfonse Scerbo, where she oversaw the sorting and cataloging of documents, as well as mail distribution. She continued to provide her dedicated service under two subsequent County Clerks, Joan Bramhall (1999 – 2013) and Ann F. Grossi, Esq (2014 – present), working in the Registry Department and providing other services.
Denise will be fondly remembered by her coworkers for her outgoing and bubbly personality, and especially her willingness to do whatever task she was assigned, going forth every time with a sense of mission and a smile.
A Morris County native, Denise was born and raised in Parsippany Troy-Hills Township. She has a daughter, Jaclyn, who is now grown and works as a dental assistant. In retirement, Denise looks forward to spending more time with Jaclyn, along with her siblings and her mother, Joan. She also plans to indulge in her favorite pastimes – watching old-time TV reruns and shopping.
Morris County congratulates Denise for 35 years of dedicated public service, not only to the Morris County Clerk’s Office but also to the residents she served over many years.