Our deepest condolences to Thomas Hughes, business services, on the loss of his mother and Atlantic Cape retiree, Helen Hughes of Pomona. She was 88.
Helen served the college for almost 34 years providing superb customer and colleague service. Her outstanding dedication was evidenced through merit increases, perfect attendance awards, promotions, and the fall 1993 recipient of the Employee of the Quarter award.
Former supervisor, Dr. Peter Mora wrote “Mrs. Hughes’ professional demeanor serves as a model for all support staff. She is well respected by faculty and staff.”
Helen and husband Bill raised five children, including the oldest, Billy, who served the college for three decades and Tom, the youngest, the college’s Manager for receiving, mailroom and central stores.
Expressions of sympathy can be sent to Tom and family at 171 S. Leeds Point Road, Galloway, NJ 08205.
Manny Rodriguez of Mays Landing was named the first community college HERO for the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers March 29.
The billboard is located on the Black Horse Pike in Pleasantville.
Susan DeCicco, program coordinator of college and career pathways, is proud to announce that her son, Cody Lee, competed and successfully earned the position of marching tenors drums with the Oakcrest Marching Ambassadors for their 2016-2017 season. Cody is a senior this year and has been in the percussion section with the Ambassadors for all four years at Oakcrest. He was also presented with a varsity scholar letter for Oakcrest Boys Tennis at their annual spring banquet held this past June.