East Windsor Township Recognizes 2018 Employees of the Year
Published on Feb 05, 2019 at 11:35a.m.
Mayor Janice S. Mironov recognized 2018 East Windsor Township Employees of the Year: Allison Quigley, Deputy Municipal Clerk; Guillermo Lopez, Driver/Laborer in Public Works and Police Officer Joseph Zucchero. Mayor Mironov presented the three employees with Proclamations at a public ceremony, stating, “We are very proud of the outstanding service, excellent positive attributes and demonstrated commitment of our 2018 Employees of the Year, who are tremendous assets to the municipal government and to our entire community.”
Allison Quigley began her career with East Windsor Township in October 2014 as a part-time assistant in the Recreation Department, and thereafter in January 2015, she was promoted to the fulltime position of Planning and Zoning Board Secretary. Due to her exemplary performance and abilities, Allison Quigley was appointed by Mayor and Council as Deputy Municipal Clerk on September 24, 2018, where she assists the Clerk on all day to day operations and performing all duties in the absence of the Municipal Clerk and is currently taking courses to earn her certification as Registered Municipal Clerk. Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation states, “She is an invaluable resource with extensive knowledge and problem-solving abilities and is constantly relied upon by multiple Township departments including the Clerk’s Office, Planning and Zoning and Health Department. Allison exemplifies dependability, patience, enthusiasm, professionalism, and strives to provide the very best service to residents and colleagues and elected officials regardless of the task. Her consistently positive attitude, always going above and beyond what is required and her exceptional commitment helps to create a positive professional work environment in East Windsor Township, and she is truly deserving of this earned recognition.”
Guillermo Lopez began his career with East Windsor Township in October 2014 as a Seasonal Employee, and due to his strong work ethic he was promoted in December 2015 to a full time Driver/Laborer in the Sanitation Division. Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation states, “Guillermo Lopez performs a variety of important duties for our residents, including maintenance of all Township owned facilities, operation of a variety of heavy-duty municipal vehicles, trash and bulk collection, yard waste collection, wood chipping, tree trimming, road repair work and line striping. He is highly regarded by his colleagues for his positive attitude, dependability, and demonstrated willingness to go out of his way to assist residents and his fellow co-workers with the highest level of enthusiasm and professionalism. Guillermo Lopez, whose commitment and loyalty have contributed to a positive work environment, has dedicated over three years of outstanding service to East Windsor Township and has truly earned this recognition”
Police Officer Joseph Zucchero began his career with the East Windsor Township Police Department in January 2017 in the Uniform Services Division, where he performs extremely effectively in his general patrol duties. Police Officer Joseph Zucchero, who earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Stockton University in 2014 and graduated from the Mercer County Police Academy in 2016, continuously seeks to develop his knowledge, skills, and abilities in order to better serve the municipal government and residents of East Windsor. Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation states, “Police Officer Joseph Zucchero’s actively seeking out additional responsibilities, tremendous work ethic, positive attitude, and willingness to help out his fellow officers make him a model employee. His professional and courteous demeanor while assisting residents and exceptional handling of service calls has resulted in the receipt of numerous letters of compliment and commendation from Township residents. Police Officer Joseph Zucchero, who takes pride in his work and contributions to the East Windsor community as a Police Officer, always represents East Windsor Township and the Police Department in an enthusiastic and admirable manner and provides outstanding service, earning him this recognition.”
Mayor Janice S. Mironov recognizes and presents Mayoral Proclamations to East Windsor Township 2018 Employees of the Year. Pictured (from left to right) are: Police Officer Joseph Zucchero; Mayor Janice S. Mironov; Allison Quigley, Deputy Municipal Clerk, and Guillermo Lopez, Driver/Labor in Public Works.