Mayor Sue Carney
Director Of Public Safety & Public Affairs
Sue cares deeply about Mount Ephraim; her hometown for more than 50 years – a community her family has been deeply rooted in for five generations. She is a veteran daughter and wife, the mother of three strong, independent women, has six amazing granddaughters and is a proud military mom. Sue is an active community member who previously served on the district school board and participated in various other capacities prior to having the distinct honor of becoming the first woman mayor in our town’s history.
Sue has 30 years of proven, effective leadership experience, having served as an elected officer of the American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO at the national, state and local levels. Her responsibilities included project planning, budget and personnel management, negotiations, community outreach, critical incident response, disaster relief, communications, and more.
Our mayor is also known for her passionate, fighting spirit – testifying before Congress, speaking against harmful legislation and promoting beneficial rule changes. She is an unwavering champion for social justice and has an established record of protecting and furthering the rights of working families, the disenfranchised, veterans, first responders, seniors and women. She was a U.S. representative on UNI Global Union Women’s Committees in South America, Asia and Europe and is committed to ensuring women are equally represented at the table where decisions are made. As mayor, while working with her fellow commissioners, Sue plans to use her vast skills and extensive experience to help make a positive difference for all stakeholders within our community.
To reach Mayor Carney, email email@example.com. She will also have dedicated hours and days set aside to meet with residents, by phone or in-person, regarding matters that are significant to them. To schedule a meeting, contact Terry Shannon, Borough Clerk at (856) 931-1546 ext. 201, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to provide your name, address, phone and a brief description of the issue in all emails.
Commissioner Mike Marrone
Director of Public Works, Buildings and Grounds
Mike is a dedicated individual with a strong commitment to both family and community. He was born in Delaware County, PA, and raised in West Deptford, NJ, by his mom and stepdad.
Mike has a brother and two sisters, one of whom also lives in town. He moved to Mount Ephraim 17 years ago with his wife Holly and has two daughters. They initially chose Mount Ephraim because of its proximity to all major highways and the city, and decided to raise their family here because of the strong community connections they felt early on.
A passionate sports fan, Mike can be found on the sidelines coaching and cheering on his daughters as well as watching his favorite teams. This passion extends to his community involvement, where he serves as a board member for Mount Ephraim Youth Athletic Association. He previously served on the Mount Ephraim Board of Education for three years and is currently on the Mount Ephraim Land Use Board.
Professionally, Mike is a project manager for a leading commercial kitchen design and construction company. He holds various certifications, with his most recent being a business management certificate from Louisiana State University.
Mike is proud to call Mount Ephraim home. He appreciates the small-town atmosphere and is committed to contributing to its growth. He believes in fostering transparency and involvement within the community. Mike aspires to expand community programs, and retain and attract new businesses. With his fellow commissioners, he seeks to make Mount Ephraim an even more united and vibrant community. To reach Commissioner Marrone, email email@example.com or call 856-931-1546, ext. 201 and leave a voicemail with your contact info.
Commissioner Joseph Wolk
Director of Revenue and Finance
Joseph Wolk has been a resident of Mt. Ephraim for 49 years. Joe has been married for 39 years and has 3 children and 6 grandchildren. He is a graduate of Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Joe Wolk has been Mayor and Commissioner for the Borough of Mt. Ephraim from 1987 until the very recently. The Wolk Family are members of St. Joachim Parish. Joe is also an active member of New Jersey Conference of Mayors and The Mayor Emeritus Advisory Board. He also serves as a commissioner on the executive board of the Camden County Joint Insurance Fund and the Camden County Health Insurance Fund. He is also a member of the NJ League of Municipalities Mayors Hall of Fame. Finally, Joe is the president of Wolk Associates, an insurance brokerage firm located in Mt. Ephraim. To reach Commissioner Wolk, email the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.