Monday - Friday
8:30 - 4:30


984 Tuckerton Road
Marlton, NJ 08053

Evesham Township Mayor and Council

12 Jun
Township Council Meeting
Date 06.12.2024 7:00 pm
10 Jul
Township Council Meeting
07.10.2024 7:00 pm
14 Aug
Township Council Meeting
08.14.2024 7:00 pm
10 Sep
Township Council Meeting
09.10.2024 7:00 pm
9 Oct
Township Council Meeting
10.09.2024 7:00 pm

Mayor Jaclyn Veasy

Jaclyn (Jackie) Veasy is a lifelong resident of Evesham Township and currently still resides in the Brush Hollow neighborhood. Born and raised in Marlton, Jackie is a graduate of St. Joan of Arc School and Holy Cross High School. She attended Rutgers University and received her Bachelor of Arts in American Studies. For more than a decade Jackie has worked in the insurance industry, currently in insurance sales.

Jackie has been a long-time volunteer in Evesham Township promoting her love for giving back to her community. For the past decade, she has served as a committee member for the Relay for Life of Marlton, a community event that raises funds for the American Cancer Society. Devoted to her alma mater, Jackie is an active member of the St. Joan of Arc Parish family, serving as a Lector and Eucharistic Minister at Sunday Mass. With her mother, Joan, Jackie coordinates St. Joan of Arc’s Sunday-morning children’s liturgy program. Jackie also organizes and volunteers at St. Joan of Arc’s annual summer carnival. Jackie is an avid traveler and yoga practitioner. Her family and friends are incredibly important to her, as is her desire to give back to the community in which she and her sister were raised.


Mayor Veasy always welcomes any chance she has to meet with Evesham's residents, as well as any current or potential new business with an interest in the township. To schedule an appointment with Mayor Veasy, please contact The Clerk's Office (Lisa Marino) at (856) 988-4429 ext. 2026 or [email protected]


Mayoral proclamations may be requested for civic celebrations, non-profit organizations, and significant events with importance to the residents of Evesham Township.

Mayor Veasy reserves the right of final approval for any mayoral proclamation request.

For more information, please reach out to the Evesham Township Clerk's Office at (856) 988-4429.


To request that Mayor Veasy officiate a marriage / civil union ceremony, please reach out to Evesham Township at (856) 988-4429.

Officiation by Mayor Veasy is dependent on her schedule and other duties. 

To learn more about the process of applying for a marriage / civil union licenese, visit the page for our Reigstrar's Office.

Deputy Mayor Ginamarie Espinoza

Ginamarie Espinoza lives in Evesham and currently resides in the Kings Grant neighborhood where she moved to start her family with her husband George and new baby Hazel.  She was born and raised in New Jersey and grew up in South Jersey. Ginamarie attended Rider University and received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Sciences in Political Science with a minor in Law and Justice.

Ginamarie’s career and passion is for serving the public. Presently she serves the community as a staff member for a local Congressman, working on constituent services. Everyday Ginamarie goes to work to assist members of the public listening to their concerns and working with government agencies, non-profits or other organizations to find solutions to the difficulties they have experienced. Over the years she has helped individuals avoid foreclosure and modify their mortgage, assist individuals with municipal concerns such as pot hole repairs, property flooding, receiving or fixing Social Security, Health Insurance and Veterans benefits, in addition to working with small business owners connecting them to organizations that can assist them in getting their business off the ground. She has also been involved in guiding and supporting non-profits, local municipalities and first responders on how to apply and access grants.

Ginamarie is proud to call Evesham home and stays active in town, having been recently married at St. Joan of Arc Parish and serving as Chair of the Evesham Farmers Market. Through her work as the Chair of the Farmers Market she had the opportunity to work with a team of committed residents and leaders in helping to provide fresh foods to our neighbors, promote farmers and small businesses and create another Township place to gather with our friends.

Councilwoman Heather Cooper

Heather Cooper and her husband have been proud residents of Evesham Township since 2013. Heather is married and has two amazing sons she is raising here in Evesham. A Burlington County resident for most of her life, Heather, like many other residents, chose Marlton as the community in which to live and raise her children.

Heather received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Thomas Edison State University in the field of Psychology and completed her Executive-level Master’s degree in Public Administration from Rutgers University, at the Center for Executive Leadership in Government. She is a member of various civic advisory boards and committees and shares her knowledge about the legislative process on the State and Local levels.

For more than 20 years Heather has worked in the field of Human Services on behalf of people who experience disabilities. She continues to advocate by promoting relationship-building and community partnerships in her professional career. She is engaged in the PTO and PTA programs at both Demasi and Van Zant schools as well as and an active Board member of her Homeowners’ Association, her church, and other civic organizations.

Heather takes a holistic approach to living and is a registered yoga practitioner for two decades spending her free time sharing this passion with children and adults of all abilities.

Councilwoman Patricia Hansen

Patricia (PAT) Hansen is a 29-year resident of Evesham Township and retired Human Resources Assignment Specialist for Amtrak. Pat resides with her spouse and has lived in Evesham since 1989.

After graduating high school, Pat began working for Amtrak in 1973, and worked there for 41 years. She started in reservations and worked her way up, becoming one of only two female forklift operators in the Amtrak warehouse Her professional trajectory led her to be a secretary and work in materials management, the baggage room, payroll and, ultimately, as a Human Resources Assignment Specialist. In this role, Pat served as the liaison between management and 6,000+ union employees from, at varying times, Wilmington, Philadelphia, Boston and Washington, DC. Pat was responsible for assigning jobs to Amtrak’s union employees and ensuring contract compliance.

During her long tenure at Amtrak, Pat was elected to five terms as the president of the 3,200-member Transportation Communications Union covering the Philadelphia district. She worked to clean up the organization and end management neglect. Pat also mentored the next union president and was part of a team that protected employees from unfair terminations. Prior to the 2015 Supreme Court civil rights decision, Pat worked to ensure that Amtrak employees and their same-sex partners had the same benefits and equality as married employees, which required advocating for changing federal regulations and laws.

Pat has engaged in many diverse experiences since her retirement. She holds her Residential Estate Appraiser certification in NJ and she is a graduate of the very first class of Evesham Township Police Department Citizen's Police Academy. Pat has also enjoyed participating in Evesham community activities such as transporting our seniors in need of assistance, cleaning up hiking trails at the Black Run Preserve, taking art classes at the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey and attending community and civic meetings.

Councilman Eddie Freeman III

Eddie Freeman is a proud resident of Evesham Township. 

Prior to moving to New Jersey and making Evesham his home, he was raised in the Midwest. He was born and raised in Kansas City, Kan. and is the middle child of three. After his parents divorced while he was in middle school, he was raised by his hard-working single mother. He enlisted into the United States Army Reserve in 2002 after graduating Sumner Academy of the Arts and Sciences in Kansas City. He served in the Army Reserves for almost nine-and-a-half years. While in the Army, he was deployed to Khandahar, Afghanistan. While in country, he served as a food inspection specialist and a Veterinary technician. The primary focus was to protect the troops. He rose to the rank of Sergeant and was responsible for the readiness of the members of his team. 

While in the military, he decided to pursue his college education. He enrolled and graduated from University of Missouri - Kansas City, earning a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology, with a minor in Spanish. While in college he worked a full-time job as a Juvenile Detention Officer for 12hrs a day. He was able to complete his degree in 2012 and shortly after enrolled in to Oklahoma City University School of Law.  While attending law school, he held town hall meetings to discuss the defense of marriage act prior to the supreme court rulings. He was also the president of the LGBT student organization which organized fundraisers, town-halls etc. When he stepped down as president, the organization was left with a surplus budget and was a thriving student organization again. He graduated law school in 2016 and has been a practicing attorney for several years. 

He began his legal career working as a Legal Service Attorney. He enjoyed working with the clientele and felt fulfilled on a daily basis because he was helping give people a voice which previously felt they had none. He led outreach programs to the LGBTQ community to discuss domestic violence in the LGBTQ community and made them aware of the many resources available to them.