Bill Kerwick Receives Award
Posted: December 14, 2010
Bill Kerwick, Randolph’s Director of Public Works, received the Joseph W. Stauss Lifetime Achievement Award from the Public Works Association of NJ (PWANJ).
The honor was bestowed upon Bill at a luncheon during the League of Municipalities Convention in Atlantic City.
According to the PWANJ, the award is named in memory of one of the driving forces behind the creation of the association, a man whose trademarks were service and dedication. This is the most prestigious award given by the PWANJ.
Bill started with Randolph’s Department of Public Works as a truck driver in August of 1987 and worked his way up through the ranks. In November of 2007, he was appointed director by Township Manager John Lovell.
Commenting on Bill’s tenure with Randolph, John Lovell said “I am delighted that Bill and I have had the opportunity to work together in Randolph. He is by far one of the most progressive public works managers in New Jersey.”
At the November 4th council meeting, Mayor Mitsch extended her congratulations to Bill, noting that public works is a critical department and that Bill and his staff do an outstanding job. The mayor said Bill is one of the most professional people she’s had the privilege of working with. Kudos on the well deserved award!