FPWC/IHN is pleased to welcome two new Board members, Susan Dickey and Ann M. Stone, who each bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Board. Both are long time Warren County residents and have been very involved in the community.
Susan Dickey’s vast community experience includes being a former Warren County Freeholder for 3 terms, and a 2 term Warren County Surrogate. She also served on the Washington Township Planning Board, Sewer Authority, and the Warren County Welfare Board. Some of her other former and current Board involvement include the Washington Township Cultural and Heritage Preservation Commission, Warren County Aging Services Advisory Council, founding trustee and Vice President of the Musconetcong River Watershed, chairperson of the Musconetcong Advisory Committee for Wild and Scenic designation, and trustee with the Association of NJ Environmental Commissions [ANJEC].
Susan believes that “the good works of the Family Promise of Warren County Board and the generous support of various community services are a true attempt to restore confidence and stability to the lives of Warren County families who are in need of assistance. I am delighted for the opportunity to be a part of the Family Promise of Warren County effort.“
Ann M. Stone also has vast experience in public service which includes being the President and member of the Greenwich Township Board of Education for 11 years, former Greenwich Township mayor and committeewoman for 8 years, Warren County Freeholder for 9 years, including Freeholder Director, Aide to Governor Florio for 2 years, former chairperson of the Warren County Cancer Society, and a former member of the Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors. Presently, Ann is a deacon of the Stewartsville Presbyterian Church and President of the Stewartsville Area Senior Citizens Association.
Ann has a great interest in helping others and shared that she is “looking forward to serving on the Family Promise of Warren County Board of Directors which provides this greatly needed service to the homeless families in Warren County.”
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