Woolwich Township, NJ

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Directory of Officials

The Elected Officials of Woolwich Township

 

Schlump Jordan

Mayor

Jordan Schlump
Term 2016-2018

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Jordan, born and raised in Mickleton, was involved in team sports.  He also helped his grandfather on his farm during his early years which fostered his interest in the land, gardening, and the environment.  Later he was a resident of Swedesboro where he coached baseball and served as president of Swedesboro Parks & Recreation.

After graduating from Kingsway Regional High School in the Class of 1971, Jordan immediately secured a job at Mobil Oil Refinery in Paulsboro where he remained until his retirement in 2009.

After his marriage in 1985, Jordan and his wife Maria moved out of the area.  After retirement, they decided to return to their roots in the Kingsway sending district and moved into Four Seasons @ Weatherby in Woolwich in 2013.  Soon thereafter, Jordan started attending the bi-monthly meetings of the Woolwich Township Committee, became involved with the Swedesboro& Woolwich Community Garden, and served on the Swedesboro/Woolwich Environmental Commission before deciding to get more involved by running for a seat on the Committee.  He eagerly started his three-year term as Committeeman Schlump in January 2016. 

Jordan is the proud father of Jordan Jr. and daughters Jennifer and Jamie and has ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  

 

 

 

Carleton John

Deputy Mayor

John A. Carleton
Term 2016-2018

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John moved to Woolwich Township in 2010 with his wife Jaclyn.  He received his Bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s University where he majored in Political Science.  He received his Juris Doctor Degree upon graduating Widener University School of Law.  He has been a practicing attorney for over nine years.  His primary practice areas have been civil litigation and real estate law.

John previously served on the Woolwich Township Joint Land Use Board.  He was honored to be elected to the Woolwich Township Committee for a three year term beginning in 2016.

 

 

 

 

Committeeman

Daniel Battisti

Term 2017-2019

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Dan and his wife Martha have been residents of Woolwich Township for over 25 years.  They have a son, Sam, who will be a May 2017 graduate of Rowan University and pursuing a career in behavioral economics. 

Dan is a US Air Force veteran and a teacher at National Park School. He has been very active on both of our local school boards; six years serving on the Swedesboro-Woolwich School Board, immediately followed by another six years on the Kingsway Regional School Board. Dan is currently the Educational Liaison on the Swedesboro-Woolwich Historical Society and continues to be a volunteer for many school and local events.

    “I think that collaboration is always better than competition when it comes to local government.” Please let me know how I can help address your concerns.  Woolwich has always been a great place to live; I will help to keep it that way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Marino Vernon

Committeeman

Vernon Marino

Term 2018-2020

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My family has lived in Woolwich Township for generations.  I was fortunate to have been raised in this community and after marrying my wife, she and I chose to raise our three sons here because of our rich family history and strong community ties.  

My father, Chief Russell Marino, retired after 38 years in law enforcement, having served the residents of Woolwich Township as their Chief of Police for 18 years. Following in my father’s footsteps, I chose public service and have proudly served the residents of Paulsboro as their Chief of Police for the past 3 years.  As an accomplished police officer, I have been in law enforcement for 30 years, a decade of which was spent with the Swedesboro Police Department.  Prior to my father’s retirement, we had the distinct honor of becoming the first father/son chiefs of police to serve at the same time in New Jersey.  

 I am a proven leader and possess expert training and education. I am a proud graduate of the FBI National Academy where less than 1% of all law enforcement personnel are chosen to attend this globally-recognized program.  I’m also a graduate of the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police West Point Command and Leadership Program and received the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police ACE Certification, Accredited Chiefs Executive.  In addition, I also completed the Certified Public Manager Program provided by Fairleigh Dickinson University and was awarded the distinction of C.P.M. 

I actively volunteered in Woolwich Township for many years serving as an assistant coach for the Swedesboro/Woolwich Little League Baseball program, AAU Travel Baseball and as a head coach for the youth flag football program.  

I believe my upbringing, proven leadership skills and experience has provided me with tools to help provide exceptional service to you, the residents of Woolwich Township and make it the best place to live and to do business. 

 

 

Committeewoman

Gina Marie Santore

Term 2018-2020

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Gina Marie Santore is a devoted public servant whose career has spanned nearly thirty years. She began her public career serving the administrations of Governor Jim Florio and Congressman Rob Andrews. In 1995, Ms. Santore began working for the County of Camden and since that time, has worked for the Camden County Sheriff, several Camden County Freeholders, and various county departments.

Currently, Ms. Santore is the Special Projects Coordinator for the County Department of Health and Human Services and works with the County’s Division of Public Health.

The highlight of Ms. Santore’s public career has been serving as the Intergovernmental Affairs Liaison to the County’s municipalities and mayors.

Ms. Santore takes special pride in the lasting relationships she has built over her long public career and promises to build on those relationships to strengthen and improve the services shared by Woolwich and the surrounding communities.

Ms. Santore pledges that she will strive to make Woolwich Township an open government: one that is transparent, participatory, and collaborative. She is committed to building trust and satisfaction with the citizens of Woolwich and to creating increased opportunities for innovation in the provision and sharing of community services.

Ms. Santore looks forward to welcoming residents at township meetings and events. She invites citizens to attend township committee meetings to participate in the governing of their community with the opportunity to meet with department heads to address their concerns. It is Ms. Santore’s goal to make all residents feel at home in the township building, which belongs to them.

Ms. Santore is married to Rob Miller and has two children. Ms. Santore has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Douglass College of Rutgers, the State University and a Master’s degree in Public Relations from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Ms. Santore and her husband recently expanded their family, adopting a toy Chihuahua named Peanut, who has been making the rounds about town, bringing cheer to all.