Letters

Two Doers

Oct 23, 2019

To the Editor:

They were impressive when I heard them speak several months ago. Why? Because of their concern and the work they do, and have done, for people here in Ocean County. They are Jean Czarkowski and Dave Wright.

Jean Czarkowski and Dave Wright are on the ballot Nov. 5 for Ocean County freeholder. I believe they deserve your support.

Jean is a graduate of Georgian Court University and has a master’s degree in social work from Monmouth University. She is a trained critical incident responder, served on the NJ Traumatic Loss Coalition and developed programs and emergency psychiatric services for youth and worked on suicide prevention initiatives. During the 9/11 crises, she was a mental health responder treating survivors and families needing emotional support. For the past 17 years, Jean has worked as an elementary school counselor, focusing on school climate, character education and positive behavioral support and intervention. She is the anti-bullying specialist for her school

Jean is a doer and is offering her time, talent and skills to improve the services needed by the people of Ocean County.

Dave grew-up here, on the Island, in Long Beach Township. After graduating from Rutgers and working for The SandPaper, he attended Widener University School of Law where he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and held several intern positions in the New Jersey judiciary. After graduation he was a law clerk for judge Frank Buczynski. After his clerkship, Dave entered private practice, working for a large law firm in Monmouth County. In 2015 he started his own firm in Tuckerton in which he successfully protected consumers from unscrupulous merchants throughout Ocean County. He was also successful in protecting those whose homes were ravaged by Superstorm Sandy and were being swindled by crooked contractors. He continues to protect consumers but also focuses on workers who have been injured on the job.

Dave, like Jean, is a doer and will increase the county’s protection of our bay and will implement effective approaches to combat the opioid crisis.

I am voting for Jean and Dave because of the work they continue to do here in Ocean County supporting people facing serious crisis in their daily lives.

Paul M. Muller

Harvey Cedars

 

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