Despite attending the Institution from Fall 1997-Spring 2002, William Geiger never received a degree from Widener-- Not an Associates or Bachelor's degree.
William Geiger's wife is a Physician Assistant specializing in the field of Neurosurgery at Atlanticare in Atlantic City (not a Neurosurgeon).
William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet
NORTHFIELD N.J. —Northfield Police Officer William Geiger was honored as the “2015 Officer of the Year” by the American Legion Post 295, Northfield at the September 27 council meeting.
In 2015, Patrolman Geiger led the department in motor vehicle stops, warrant arrests, criminal arrests and investigated reports. He has received numerous commendations throughout the year.
Geiger is a Field Training Officer (F.T.O.), a defensive tactics and handcuffing instructor, and a Physical fitness instructor.
A former resident of Gloucester City, Geiger graduated from Gloucester City High School where he was an outstanding running back on the football team along with a track and field star. He was an All-Conference Running back for GHS in 1996. All Conference and All State Group 1 in Track and Field. His best friend in high school was Marc Ryan, who died fighting for his country in Afghanistan.
Geiger received his degree from Widener University where he played football, and Track and Field. During his college career, he was a member of nine championship teams between football and track.
After playing football for Widener College, Geiger coached the running backs and tight ends at Widener for three seasons 2001, 2002, and 2003. He then put himself through the alternate route program at Gloucester County College and was picked up by Northfield Police Department in 2005.
He currently married living in Margate, NJ. Wife Jenna is a Neurosurgeon. The couple has two children, Baya (4) and Jax (2). His parents are Brenda and William, and his sister is Lisa Geiger.