I chose to make Chatham Borough my home after working and traveling across the globe. I can tell you, without hesitation, that Chatham is one of the best places to live in the entire world. I feel incredibly fortunate to be a part of such a special community.
I’m running for Borough Council because I have a passion for public service and for honoring the Americans who contributed to advancing the ideals and values of our great country. I believe it’s important to remember those who fought for our Nation’s Independence, preserved our Union, saved the world during World War II, and stood up for equality during the Civil Rights and Women’s movements.
The Borough of Chatham is special, and we enjoy living in such a wonderful place thanks to all the folks who lived here during its 300+ year history. They have all directly and or indirectly shaped our great town. We all have a part in the unwritten future of Chatham.
I‘m currently serving on the Chatham Borough Historic Preservation Commission and I’m a Chatham history enthusiast and collector.
I’m a former Captain in the U.S. Army and an Iraq War Combat Veteran. I served two deployments to Iraq, one as a Platoon Leader and one as an Iraqi Army Advisor, earning a Bronze Star and Army Commendation Medals. Serving in the military taught me valuable life lessons that helped shape who I am.
When deployed to Iraq, I saw how fortunate we are to live in the United States of America. I learned that people are connected in a common humanity. We all care for our families and want the best possible future for the ones we love.
I’m personally grateful for all who have served and who currently serve in the U.S. Armed Forces.
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