- Jan. 1, 2013 - FLANDERS, N.J. --
MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The 200 Club of Morris County, an organization that supports the families of public safety workers, has selected Jack Van Orden as its president for the second year.
Van Orden, owner of the Morristown Tire Co., has been a member of the 200 Club (http://www.200clubofmorriscounty.com (http://www.200clubofmorriscounty.com))
for more than 10 years. It will be his second year guiding a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to the families of Morris County public safety personnel who lose their lives in the line of duty. He says he will continue his quest to grow the organization’
Before becoming president in 2012, he had served on several committees. He became senior vice president three years ago.
Other officers (http://200clubofmorriscounty.com/
who were elected to a second term included John Corigliano and Lou Nisivoccia, senior vice presidents; Betsy Fila and William Lockwood, vice presidents; Peter Kenny, treasurer; Bob Skeele, assistant treasurer; and Ronald Barnett, secretary. Trustees include Charlie McCoy, chairman, James Gannon, Joe Marts, 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 $2.5 million 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. The organization also distributes thousands of dollars each year to worthy high school seniors who either serve in a branch of public safety or whose parent is actively serving in or retired from a public safety capacity in Morris County.
Information about membership in the 200 Club and its various programs is available by calling (732) 279-4258 or by clicking on http://200clubofmorriscounty.com