Camden County Veterans Advisory Committee

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    The Camden County Veterans Advisory Committee is a volunteer organization that represents sixty-five thousand Camden County veterans and their families. It is a committee composed of representatives from all veterans’ organizations in Camden County. The committee advises the Camden County Board of Freeholders and all other levels of government on issues pertaining to veterans and ... More

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    Dear Veteran, On behalf of the Camden County Office of Veterans Affairs, it is my humble honor to invite you to participate in a special project designed to honor your meritorious service to the United States of America. Like every citizen of Camden County, the Freeholder Board appreciates your service to our great nation, and ... More

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    Veterans Affairs Camden County NJ

    The Office of Veterans Affairs serves all veterans and their family members within Camden County. This office is available Monday through Friday to give assistance to all our veterans and dependents. If you have any questions regarding our services, please call (856) 374-5801. Services Assistance in establishing VA eligibility qualification for all VA programs for ... More

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    Freeholder Jonathan L. Young, Sr.

    Jonathan Young brings years of management experience to the Freeholder Board. He is a business representative and executive board member of the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters, which advocates for fair wages and labor practices throughout the region. Young worked his way through the ranks and was selected among hundreds of applicants by his peers ... More

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    Carmen G. Rodriguez

    Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez is an American success story. Born in Puerto Rico, she came to America with her parents when she was four. Her family lived in Philadelphia before moving to Camden. Education was her parents’ dream for her and Carmen made that a reality. After graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School with honors, she ... More

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    Jeffrey L. Nash

    Jeff Nash was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, where he was always politically involved and public service minded. His strong desire to help others was evident at a young age. By the time he was nineteen years old, he had created a senior citizen’s help service. He started college at Brockport State University in ... More

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    William F. Moen, Jr.

    William Moen, Jr. has committed much of his adult life to serving the communities that allowed him the opportunity to pursue his dreams. Bill, at age 28, was first elected to the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders in November 2015. Taking office in January 2016, Moen became one of the youngest freeholders in the ... More

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    Susan Shin Angulo

    Susan Shin Angulo became the first Korean-American woman elected to a municipal, county or statewide office in the State of New Jersey following her 2009 election as Councilwoman for the Township of Cherry Hill.  In 2015, Susan was elected to serve on the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, becoming the first ever Asian Freeholder ... More

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    The Camden County Board of Freeholders is dedicated to improving the quality of life of the more 500,000 Camden County residents by providing a wide variety of services, programs, and special initiatives. Through close partnerships with local, state, and federal partners, the Board of Freeholders is committed to representing constituents. Board of Freeholders Director Louis ... More

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    Freeholder Edward T. McDonnell was first elected to the Camden County Board of Freeholders in 1995. As a Freeholder, Ed McDonnell oversees all county finances, including the annual budget.  He is also responsible for personnel, purchasing and insurance.  He also oversees the Superintendent of Elections and the Board of Elections.  He is liaison to the ... More