Secaucus Councilwoman Susan Pirro is Hudson County Women's History Month Honoree

SusanPirroOn Wednesday, March 23, 2016, Hudson County Women’s History Month honored several women in public service and government.  The Honorable Susan Pirro was among the honorees.

Susan Pirro was noted for serving the Town of Secaucus as Councilwoman, and as Council Liaison to the Secaucus Animal Shelter, Board of Health and Secaucus Office of Emergency Management.  Councilwoman Pirro’s civic involvement also extends beyond the Council.  She volunteers for the Secaucus Youth Alliance and advocates for the care and protection of animals as a member of the Friends of Secaucus Animal Shelter.  She previously served as a volunteer in numerous civic organizations including President of the Secaucus Middle School PTA and President of Secaucus High School PTA.  Ms. Pirro also served as an elected member of the Secaucus Board of Education for six years.  She has received numerous awards for her public service, including the New Jersey State Legislature Outstanding Community Service Award, Secaucus High School Community Honor Roll Award and American Cancer Society Bronze Star Award.

Mayor Michael Gonnelli offered his congratulations to Councilwoman Pirro.  He stated, “When the County asked me to nominate a deserving woman for this honor, I immediately thought of Sue Pirro.  She is a committed and determined public servant who always does what’s best for Secaucus.  I speak not only for myself but for the entire Council when I say that Sue is a valued member of our administration.  We are very proud and congratulate Sue and her family on this prestigious award.”

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