Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden acknowledged four staff members for their years of service with the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, Communications Division. Neil Campbell, Acting Chief of Communications, Barry Anderson, Senior Communications Technician, Carl Ed Elfstrom, Supervising Communications Technician and Richard Bermingham Jr., Communications Technician, all retired from their posts on June 30th 2010. “I commend these fine employees for their dedication, hard work and accomplishments,” said Sheriff Shaun Golden. “Their jobs are vital to the 9-1-1 Communications Center in ensuring that the system remains in full operation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.”
Neil Campbell, of Neptune Township, began his career in 1975 as a Police Radio Dispatcher and retired with 35 years of service. He rose through the ranks and retired as the Acting Chief of Communications. Campbell is a New Jersey Certified Public Manager and received numerous acknowledgments for his work from law enforcement agencies, fire departments and first aid squads.
Barry Anderson, of Farmingdale, began his career in 1974 as a Maintenance Repairer and retired with 36 years of service. Throughout the years, he was an Assistant Communications Technician, Communications Technician and retired as a Senior Communications Technician. He received numerous accolades for his work from law enforcement agencies, the March of Dimes, the Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Board of Health, the Board of Social Services and the Superintendent of Elections.
Carl Ed Elfstrom, of Freehold Township, began his career in 1982 as a Communications Technician and retired after 28 years of service as a Supervising Communications Technician. He received numerous acknowledgements from law enforcement agencies, the Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Monmouth County Police Academy, the Monmouth County Planning Board and the Freehold First Aid Squad.
Richard Bermingham Jr., of Manasquan, began his career in 1988 as an Assistant Communications Technician and retired as a Communications Technician. He retired from the Communications Division after 22 years and has been serving in the Army Military Reserves since 1994. Throughout his career he received acknowledgements from law enforcement agencies, the Superintendent of Elections and the Monmouth County Planning Board.
“These dedicated public employees served Monmouth County well,” said Freeholder Director Lillian Burry who presented the retirees with certificates during a ceremony. “They have done an exemplary job for the Sheriff’s Office, Communications Division throughout the years and will be greatly missed.”