38 Park Avenue
Flemington, NJ, 08822
Term Expires: 2026
Marcia's family has resided in Flemington Borough since 1922 where her grandfather, Ben, established a tailor shop. Her father, Sol, began what became Karrow Men's Wear during the Lindbergh Kidnapping Trial when the NY City elite corps of reporters including Walter Winchell stormed the County Seat and needed additional business suits when the trial lasted longer than expected. Her father served on Borough Council as President and Mayor for 20 years and her mother, Adele, served on the Flemington-Raritan School Board for 8 years. Both of her parents were members of many not-for-profit service organizations in Hunterdon.
Born in a family dedicated to community and public service, Marcia served as a Raritan Township Committeewoman and Mayor, has served on countless local and county boards and committees, as the first woman member of the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders (now County Board of Commissioners), a Member of the NJ State General Assembly and as a NJ State Senator. She holds a Masters Degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Baruch College (City University of New York). She serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Hunterdon 300th (the Hunterdon Tricentennial Committee), a historical not-for-profit dedicated toward the education of Hunterdon County history, and on the Boy Scouts of America Washington Crossing Council as the Executive Vice President for Governance and By-Laws. She is the proud third generation resident of her home in Flemington.
Term Expires: 2025
Jeremy is a third-generation Flemingtonian. His great-grandfather immigrated from Italy and in 1923 opened up Flemington Floral--a family business--until its sale in the late 1980s. Jeremy has deep roots in town as his father’s parents were residents of Prospect Hills Apartments for many years. Since 2008, Jeremy has been an English teacher at Hunterdon Central. His wife is also a vice principal there. In the spring of 2018 Jeremy and his wife made the choice to purchase a home in the borough. They decided that it was time to raise their own children in a great town and to reestablish a connection to Flemington for another generation. In his free time, Jeremy enjoys reading, spending time with his family, tending to his garden, and cooking lots of food.
Term Expires: 2023
Mobile Phone: 609-608-2179
Term Expires: 2025
A New Jersey native and Flemington Borough resident for twenty-three years, Susan married her high school sweetheart, Jason, and is the enthusiastically proud mother of two sons. The Engelhardts settled in Flemington because they were determined to raise their family in a walkable, diverse and established historic community. Appointed to Flemington’s Planning Board of Adjustments since 2008, she has was concurrently served the last five mayoral administrations.
Susan holds a Masters of Architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design focusing on planning law and sustainable design. Over 30 years, Susan's professional portfolio includes many successful public bond referendums, master plans, educational and mixed-use residential projects, and county and park facilities. She specializes in preparing public bid documents, technical specifications, and navigating regulatory agency approvals.
Term Expires 2023
Term Expires: 2024
Tony and his spouse, Scott has resided in the Borough for the past 7 years.
Tony has extensive experience in the areas of strategic planning, program development and implementation, business development, managed services, contract administration advertising and training in both the Federal and Private Industry. He also served as a consultant to Small Businesses, including overseeing a Small Business Administration-approved Mentor Protégé programs,
Tony has worked with the Department of State, United States Marine Corps, Department of Army, Health and Human Services, and Center for Disease Control, Veteran’s Administration, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Transportation, Corps of Engineers, General Services Administration, and Department of Energy.
Currently, Tony is working with a technology company in the Silicon Valley that is modernizing student transportation.
Tony’s career spans across several industries, including financial services, managed services, food service, healthcare, Information Technology, and advertising. He has worked globally for Fortune 300 and 500 companies as well as small businesses. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Pride Network.
On our way to look at property in Lambertville we decided to take a detour through Flemington (since we knew little about the Borough). While driving through the Borough, I saw all the potential of what is possible.
After turning onto Broad Street, we came upon our current house and we both immediately knew this is where we were supposed to be.
His passions are fitness, gourmet cooking, entertaining and travel.
Term Expires: 2024