The Manalapan Police Department has announced that two of its special
law enforcement officers have been sworn in as the department’s newest full-time
Patrolman Christopher Schou has been a Class II Special Law Enforcement
Officer with the Manalapan Police Department since October 2019.
He previously served as a Class II Special Law Enforcement Officer with the Point
Pleasant Beach Police Department after graduating from the Ocean County Police
Academy in May 2018. Schou has a Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University.
Patrolman Hayden Hrymack has served as a Class II Special Law Enforcement
Officer with the Manalapan Police Department since January 2021.
He is a graduate of the Monmouth County Police Academy and previously served
as a Class II Special Law Enforcement Officer with the Belmar Police Department. Hrymack has a Bachelor’s Degree from Rutgers University.
Three area residents, Eric Buxbaum, Ralph Pizzaro Ross and Matthew Siegel, have been appointed to the CentraState Healthcare Foundation Board of Trustees.
Buxbaum is an orthopedic surgeon at Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute. He has specialized training in advanced hip and knee replacement procedures, and has been an involved member of the CentraState medical staff for the past two years. Dr. Buxbaum resides in Manalapan with his wife and son.
Ross is senior vice president of USA Funding, an adviser to several New Jersey and New York community banks, assisting in the areas of commercial and government sponsored lending and financial products marketing. He also serves on the CentraState Healthcare System Finance Committee. Ross resides in Manalapan with his family.
Siegel is the founder and managing principal of Millstone River Wealth Management, LLC and provides comprehensive financial strategies for clients including retirement plans, investment advisory management and risk management. Siegel was raised in Hoboken and resides in Millstone Township with his wife and daughter.