The Employees of the Month for June are Sgt. Craig Perrelli, Ptl. Matthew Mirabella and Ptl. Jerald S. Mantone of the Madison Police Department for saving the life of a resident in cardiac arrest. The resident was not breathing and did not have a pulse. Sgt. Perrelli, Ptl. Mirabella and Ptl. Mantone responded and initiated CPR and after working tirelessly together with the MVAC and MICU, the resident began to breathe, regained a pulse and was transported to Morristown Medical Center.
Vito Luppino of the Public Works Department – 25 Years
The Employee of the Month for May is Construction Official Russ Brown for his hard work, on his own time, restoring the light fixtures at Dodge Field using a scissor lift. His commitment and efforts saved the Borough money by once again going above and beyond.
Kevin Boone of Madison Police Department – 35 Years
Lewis Cornine of Public Works Department – 25 Years
The Employee of the Month for April is Pat Gallagher of Electric Utility for her support during the transition of the new Electric Utility Superintendent, as well as her work on solar accounts and her professionalism in dealing with residents.
The Employee of the Month for March is David Artigliere of the Electric Utility for his hard work and commitment in ensuring the timely and successful completion of the repairs and upgrades to the West End Pump Station.
Kristy Kiehl of the Madison Police Department – 20 Years
The Employee of the Month for February is Theresa DeVecchi, Executive Assistant to the Mayor and Borough Administrator.
The Employee of the Month for January is Chrissy Mahler of the Tax Collector’s Office for her commitment and hard work managing and calculating PILOT payments.
Tom DeBiasse of the Department of Public Works – 40 Years on January 22nd
Frank Davis of the Department of Public Works – 35 Years on January 3rd
The Employee of the Month for December is Custodian Lou Ammirato for his dedication and commitment when he stopped by the building each day over the Thanksgiving weekend while the building was closed to confirm that the boilers which were repaired the day before the holiday were up and running and the building’s heating system was working.
The Employee of the Month for November is Jim Trimble of the Electric Utility for his notification to the Water Department of a significant amount of water running down a catch basin on Main Street which he observed while performing his customer service duties. Repair of this leak will save the Borough thousands of gallons of unmetered water and dollars.
Ruth Tisi celebrates her 35th year with the Engineering Department on November 7th
The Employee of the Month for October is Construction Official Russ Brown for his dedication in expediting construction permits and inspections, especially his commitment in processing the construction inspections for Madison High School evenings and weekends so that school could start as planned, and his willingness to always help all departments with special projects.
Joe Phillips celebrates his 20th year with the Electric Utility on October 19th.
Michael Giordano celebrates his 30th year with the Department of Public Works on October 25th
Judge Gary Troxell celebrates his 20th year with the Joint Municipal Court on October 27th.
The Employee of the Month for September is Daniel DeBiasse of the Department of Public Works for his commitment and hard work installing fiber wire at the garage and other locations to enhance the Borough’s security especially during the oppressive heat and on his own time on the evening of July 13th at the Madison Avenue water tower to accomplish the job.
Mary Marano celebrated her 20th year as a school crossing guard on September 9th.
The Employee of the Month for August is Firefighter Jack Dunne of the Madison Fire Department for his commitment and dedication taking on and completing special projects in-house for the Fire Department such as repairing equipment on apparatus, building training props and making new shoring panels for the trench rescue team.
The Employee of the Month for July is John Rafter of the Madison Police Department for his commitment and dedication as OEM Coordinator and for his hard work documenting the March 2018 storm-related expenses and data required to recoup funds from FEMA.
The Employee of the Month for May is Recreation Director Zach Ellis for his commitment in getting all the baseball backstops repaired, at a low cost, in time for the start of baseball season.
The Employee of the Month for June is Caridad Reyes of the Department of Public Works for her commitment and hard work planning and implementing the first town-wide “Swap Meet”, which was very successful.
The Employee of the Month for April is Fred Rivera of the Department of Public Works for his response upon finding a resident in need of medical assistance after falling down her front steps. After promptly notifying the Madison Police, Fred stayed with the resident until help arrived.
The Employee of the Month for March is Russ Brown, Construction Official, for his commitment, professionalism and dedication whenever asked for assistance. An example of service beyond the call of duty is his effort, on his own time, to repair a generator at the home of a Madison resident prior to the recent snow storms to insure power to life-saving medical equipment.
The Employees of the Month for February are Chrissy Mahler and Hattie Evans of the Tax Collector’s Office for their commitment and hard work processing the 2018 prepaid taxes.
The Employees of the Month for January are James Trimble and Bonnie Mulcahy of the Electric Utility for their work implementing new handheld devices, including field testing, as well as working with the software developers. In addition, Jim and Bonnie are recognized for their help and cooperation with the KRE development and with completing reads in a timely fashion during all kinds of weather.
The Employee of the Month for August is Fred Rivera of the Department of Public Works for his commitment and dedication as evidenced by the excellent job he did maintaining the Madison Junior School fields for Madison Softball.
The Employee of the Month for July is Tom DeBiasse of the Department of Public Works for his commitment and dedication coming to work on his vacation day to handle the emergent sewer collapse at Central and Cook Avenues. He did an excellent job of minimizing the inconvenience to residents and reducing the cost to the Borough by doing this work in-house rather than utilizing an outside contractor.
Anniversaries for July:
Firefighter Brian Allen of the Madison Fire Department – 25 Years on July 13th
Lieutenant Kyle Wickman of the Madison Fire Department – 20 Years on July 15th
Employee of the Month for July is Lisa Quinn of the Construction Department for her commitment and dedication working to close out many old and complicated permits, resulting in the issuance of a record number of certificates in the month of May and her mentoring of summer interns and part-time employees.
Anniversaries for July
James Finelli of the Department of Public Works – 30th Anniversary on July 7th
Jack Dunne of the Madison Fire Department – 25th Anniversary on July 15th
The Employees of the Month for June are Jim Trimble of the Utilities Department and Magdalena Martorana of the Water and Electric Department for their commitment and dedication in keeping the utility department up to date in the absence of their supervisors who were out on medical leave.
Margaret LoSapio, Crossing Guard – 25th Anniversary on May 30, 2016.
Employees of the Month for May are Acting Lt. John Miscia, Ptl. Stephanie Corrao and Senior Dispatcher John Rafter of the Madison Police Department for their professionalism and dedication working together to assist a suicidal caller and achieving a successful outcome.
Ben Samara of the Madison Health Department – 25th Anniversary on April 1st, 2016.
The Employee of the Month for April is Ptl. Bart Glab of the Madison Police Department who received a nomination for the 2015 Mothers Against Drunk Driving Award, the second year in a row winning this honor, and for his commitment and dedication in removing impaired drivers from the streets of Madison making our community safer.