Press Release

For Immediate Release: September 30, 2020

Union County Military Networking Mixer in Kenilworth

Union County Freeholder Chairman Alexander Mirabella, Freeholder Angela Garretson and Freeholder Andrea Staten congratulate Debbie Skeete-Bernard of Union Township (Lt. Colonel (Retired) United States Air Force Reserve), Delia Ware-Tibbs of Roselle (Lt. Colonel (Retired) United States Army Reserves),Theresa Hilton of Elizabeth (Major, United States Air Force Reserve and Union County Prosecutor’s Office,), Sandra Cagua-Valdez of Elizabeth (E-4 Specialist, Army National Guard, Supervisor at NJ Family Care Unit) and Quelcia Olea (not pictured) of Plainfield (Sergeant, United States Army) on receiving the “SHERO” award at the Union County Military Networking Mixer in Kenilworth.

They were joined by Union County Acting Prosecutor Lyndsay Ruotolo, Union County Deputy Manager Amy Wagner, Division of Community Services Director Brandon T. Givens, Office of Veteran Services Coordinator Janna Williams and Kenneth Glick of the Veteran Service Office.

The Union County women veterans were honored with the “SHERO” award for their outstanding military service, community work and volunteer activities.

The networking mixer is coordinated through the Union County Office of Veteran Services UC-HERO program.

(Photos by Jim Lowney/County of Union)

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