LOWER TOWNSHIP POLICE CHIEF HONORED

5-14-10_003[1]Lower Township Police Chief Edward Donohue was recognized by the Department of Defense, for support of Police Officers under his command who also serve with National Guard and Reserve Units. Donohue was recognized along with other employers from across Southern New Jersey, at a luncheon held at the Air National Guard’s 177th Fighter Wing Base at the Atlantic City International Airport.

Lower Township Police Officer, Donald Vanaman, a Chief Warrant Officer in the Army Reserve who was deployed to Iraq for over a year while employed with the Lower Township Police Department, nominated Chief Donohue for the event, known as the “Employer Patriot Award. The award recognizes employers of Guard and Reserve personnel who provide exceptional support to their employees and families while their members are deployed overseas.

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