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Stockton College Alumni Association Announces 2013 Board of Directors

Each member of the 12-person board serves three-year terms.

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Alumni Association released the names of its new and returning Board of Directors members for 2013 on Friday, Nov. 30. Each member of the 12-person board serves three-year terms, according to the association.

Pine Hill resident David Harrison (1999) was elected Chair, according to the association Other officers include: Michael McManus (2007, 2010) of Post Deposit, MD, Vice Chair; Christina Pascucci (2006, 2007) of Yardville, Secretary; Steven Couras (2007) of Hoboken, Treasurer, the association said.

According to the association, other members of the Board are: Erin Eddy (2006) of Hammonton; Monica Coralluzzo (2006) of Bloomfield; Barbara Shumski (1993, 2006) of Egg Harbor Township; Steven Marcus (1981) of Ocean City; Janice Cambron (1979) of Egg Harbor Township; Kelly Tjoumakaris (1997) of Ocean View; Charles Bove (1997) of Brigantine; John King (1980) of Egg Harbor City.

Ex-Officio members are Len Farber of Atlantic City, Joanne Hackett of Ocean City, and Sara Faurot-Crowley of Manahawkin.

The board meets three times a year in an effort to promote programs and events through the Office of Alumni Affairs, as well as affinity groups that support Stockton College, the association said.

“Over the past six years, I have had the pleasure of working with past president, Joanne Hackett, whose vision will continue to guide the direction of the Association for the future," said Faurot-Crowley, Director of Alumni Relations. "I am delighted to be working with such a talented and engaged group of alumni.  David Harrison and the rest of the Board will add invaluable expertise to the continuing efforts of the Alumni Association."

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