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Township Manager
Michael Barth


Township Manager's Office
984 Tuckerton Road
Marlton, NJ 08053
2nd Floor. Room 200

Phone: 856-983-2900 ext 2004
Fax:  856-985-3695

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Evesham Township Manager, Thomas Czerniecki, announced the recipient of its first GEM Award, Ms. Debra Pease. The GEM Award, Going the Extra Mile, recognizes employees who go above and beyond their basic duties and exemplify the core values of the Township’s professional workforce, which include integrity, excellence and public service. 

Debbie serves as the Administrative Secretary in the Department of Public Works and is also the Township’s Clean Communities Coordinator. 

In 2016 Debbie received the Municipal Coordinator Award from the New Jersey Clean Communities Council (NJCCC).  The award recognized her efforts to develop and implement a comprehensive municipal litter abatement program.  She is responsible for twenty-five (25) volunteer groups and manages grant funds used to clean up the Township’s roadways.  In this role, she creates and plans many clean-up events around the Township.

Debbie attended Lenape H.S. in Medford, NJ and later attained her AS in Business Administration from Burlington County College.  After taking time off to raise her children, she re-entered the workforce, holding part-time positions until 2006.  At that time, she became the Accounting Assistant at Aquatic & Fitness Center in Cherry Hill, NJ, a position she held until 2009.  In November of that year, she was hired as a temporary secretary for the Department of Public Works.  She subsequently transferred to a full time Administrative Secretary position in May 2010 in the same department.

Early in 2012, the Township, to comply with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regulations, appointed Debbie as a Certified Recycling Coordinator.

The program is co-sponsored by the Marlton Business Association (MBA), which has historically been an advocate of professional business practices in local government.  Award recipients will receive a gift card from an MBA member business, be recognized by the Township Council, and receive a designated parking spot.  Their accomplishments will also be catalogued and documented in a special section of the municipal web site.

A GEM Award candidate may be nominated by any member of the staff or by residents.  The Township Manager bestows the award based on the recommendation of an independent rotating five-member committee consisting of management, staff, and representatives of the Township’s two labor unions.

Thomas Czerniecki

Township Manager
Evesham Township