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S.J. Police Departments Honored at Appreciation Breakfast at Kennedy University Hospital

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Washington Township, NJ, July 29, 2016 – Police officers from seven South Jersey municipalities were invited to an Appreciation Breakfast at Kennedy University Hospital in Washington Township, NJ, on July 29th. The two-hour event was a way for hospital staff to personally thank area police officers for their hard work and dedication in serving the community and Kennedy.

Shown here at the Appreciation Breakfast are several officers from the Washington Township Police Department, along with various Kennedy staff members. Standing, from left: Washington Township Clinical Director of Emergency Services Patricia Madden; police Capt. Rob Sims; police Capt. Rob Borkowski; police Capt. Steve Rolando; Kennedy Security Officer George Crocker; Kennedy – Washington Township Chief Administrative Officer Jim Mullen; Kennedy – Washington Township Emergency Department Medical Director, Dr. Thomas Wetjen; Kennedy – Washington Township Patient Experience Director Dean Auer; Kennedy Corporate Pharmacy Director Ken Bevenour; and Police Chief Rafael Muniz. Seated, from left: police officers Len Baldyga and  John Freitag;  Kennedy – Washington Township Emergency Department Nurse Manager Kristine Hunt and Assistant Nurse Manager Sherry Wible. Aside from Washington Township, other Gloucester County police departments invited to the appreciation breakfast included: Franklinville, Monroe Township, Clayton, Winslow and Glassboro, NJ. Gloucester Township Police Department, based in Camden County, was also on hand for the celebration.