Metuchen resident retires from MCC Board of Trustees

Eileen Palumbo of Metuchen, who is retiring from the Middlesex County College Board of Trustees after 13 years of service, was honored at the Oct. 16 board meeting. Palumbo was appointed as a trustee in 2006 and has served as treasurer. A retired Human Resources executive with Johnson & Johnson, she chaired the college’s Human Resources Committee; was a member of the Finance, Nominating and Presidential Search committees; and served as a representative to the Board of School Estimate. She played a leadership role in the development and planning of the board's annual retreats. Pictured seated are Board Chairman Dorothy K. Power, left to right, Palumbo and college President Mark McCormick. Pictured standing are board member Kyle Anderson, left to right, Vice Chair Mark Finkelstein, college Counsel John Hoffman, Judge Roger Daley, Robert Oras, Sitwat Syed, Gary Taffet and Christine Buteas.PHOTO COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGE
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Eileen Palumbo of Metuchen, who is retiring from the Middlesex County College Board of Trustees after 13 years of service, was honored at the Oct. 16 board meeting. Palumbo was appointed as a trustee in 2006 and has served as treasurer. A retired Human Resources executive with Johnson & Johnson, she chaired the college’s Human Resources Committee; was a member of the Finance, Nominating and Presidential Search committees; and served as a representative to the Board of School Estimate. She played a leadership role in the development and planning of the board's annual retreats. Pictured seated are Board Chairman Dorothy K. Power, left to right, Palumbo and college President Mark McCormick. Pictured standing are board member Kyle Anderson, left to right, Vice Chair Mark Finkelstein, college Counsel John Hoffman, Judge Roger Daley, Robert Oras, Sitwat Syed, Gary Taffet and Christine Buteas.PHOTO COURTESY OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGE

Eileen Palumbo of Metuchen, who is retiring from the Middlesex County College Board of Trustees after 13 years of service, was honored at the Oct. 16 board meeting. Palumbo was appointed as a trustee in 2006 and has served as treasurer. A retired human resources executive with Johnson & Johnson, she chaired the college’s Human Resources Committee; was a member of the Finance, Nominating and Presidential Search committees; and served as a representative to the Board of School Estimate. She played a leadership role in the development and planning of the board’s annual retreats. Pictured seated are Board Chairman Dorothy K. Power, left to right, Palumbo and college President Mark McCormick. Pictured standing are board member Kyle Anderson, left to right, Vice Chair Mark Finkelstein, college Counsel John Hoffman, Judge Roger Daley, Robert Oras, Sitwat Syed, Gary Taffet and Christine Buteas.