Ramsey April 15, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 7 Ramsey’s incumbent Republican council members, Deirdre A. Dillon and William J. Jones have announced their candidacy in the June 2 primary. They will run unopposed in their party’s election, and no Democrats filed by last week’s deadline. Originally from Norwood, Dillon lived in New Mexico before she returned to New Jersey 1986. She has been a Ramsey resident since 2004. First elected to the governing body in 2006, Dillon is currently serving as council president. She is also serving her second term as chair of the Public Health, Education and Social Service Committee. Last year, she chaired the Utilities, Buildings and Grounds Committee. Dillon’s responsibilities include service as a council liaison to the Ramsey Board of Education. The councilwoman earned a BS degree Incumbents unopposed in June primary election ‘Who’s Who’ gets update The Ramsey Environmental Commission’s annual Cleanup Day is scheduled for April 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a rain date of Sunday, April 19. Residents may sign Commission sets cleanup in accountancy from New Mexico State University, and a law degree from New York Law School. She is counsel and chief compliance officer at Seix Investment Advisors in Upper Saddle River. In the community, she has coached soccer and cheerleading, and served as a CCD teacher. She is also a member of the Junior Woman’s Club. Dillon and her husband have three children, all of whom attend Ramsey’s public schools. Commenting on her service to Ramsey’s governing body, Dillon said, “I have enjoyed serving on the council. I consider it an honor.” Jones is a member of the planning board and previously served on the council in East Rutherford. He is a coach for soccer and softball. up at the Ramsey Rescue building across from Ramsey High School on the day of the event. For further information, contact Angela Strollo at astrollo2@verizon.net. The 56th edition of ‘Who’ s Who in Ramsey 2009’ includes up-to-date listings of Ramsey residents and businesses. Information about local organizations, professionals, schools, and state and local government are also listed. Co-chairpersons Claudia Monteith and Marilyn Van Gelder said more than 3,800 books were mailed out to residents. Additional copies of the book are available at the Ramsey Library, Ramsey Borough Hall, and The First Presbyterian Church, 15 Shuart Lane, Ramsey. Coordinators of the mailings were Paul and Daniel Knipp. More than 80 volunteers at the First Presbyterian Church of Ramsey assisted in the stuffing of the envelopes. Pictured loading the books to take to the post office are (standing) Tanner Nach and Matt Kaefer, and (in car) Peter Bruinooge. Recapture your Microdermabrasion/ Facial $ ��������� Medical facials customized to skin type. ����������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� Youth ! this Mother’s Day 99 Botox / Dermal Filler $ Give the Gift of Rejuvenation with a . Gift Certificate 50 off ���������� Any Treatment. ����������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� Joseph DeMarco, M.D. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 24 Godwin Ave., 2nd floor, Midland Park, NJ 07432 www.josephdemarcomd.com 201-447-1160