New Jersey Legislature:
2016 to present District 40 Assemblyman. Currently serves as a member of the following committees:
- Consumer Affairs
- Environment and Solid Waste
Wyckoff Township Committee:
Kevin has over 20 years of public service, while serving the township of Wyckoff he served as Wyckoff Township committeeman from 2010 to 2016, serving as deputy mayor in 2010 and 2014 and mayor in 2011, 2015 and 2016. He also served as liaison to the Public Policy Committee, Library Board, Shade Tree Commission, Ambulance Corps, Zoning Board, Community Emergency Response Team and YMCA. In addition, he has served as Police Commissioner, Fire Commissioner, Road Commissioner and Finance Chairman.
Personal and Business:
Kevin has been a lifelong resident of New Jersey growing up in Upper Saddle River, and then attended Ramapo College in Mahwah for Business. He and his wife Hayley have lived in Wyckoff for over 25 years where they raised their four children Victoria, Jordan, Austin and Cassidy. In addition to their four children, Kevin has two grandchildren, Gryffin & Scarlett. Kevin pursued a career in Arboriculture spanning over 30 years where he rose to the rank of Vice President in a multi-state company. Today he is a partner in HMS Global Holdings headquartered in Wyckoff.
Kevin’s commitment to giving back to his community is vast. He has been a supporter of the Wyckoff Chamber of Commerce, Fire Department, Ambulance Corp, Lions Club, VFW, Wyckoff Education Foundation, New Jersey Food Pantry and Shore Dreams for Kids. Currently he serves on the Pompton Lakes Business Improvement District and Oasis Development Committee. He and his wife have created an endowment to support urban students at William Paterson University. As a Food Network “Chopped” Champion, Kevin donated his prize money of $10,000 to create a Culinary Arts Program at Oasis, a non-profit organization located in Paterson, which is dedicated to providing meals, clothing, education and job training to needy women and children.
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