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Assemblyman Danielsen Congratulates Township Students

By State Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17).

As the representative in the New Jersey General Assembly in the 17th Legislative District, I want to extend my utmost congratulations to KiJana Haney, Darshini Shah, Jeremy Delly Hanson, Jo Ann M. Chatelain, Parth Patel, and Melanie Cella, for going above and beyond at their respective universities over the last academic year.

KiJana Haney (Class of 2016) made the Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Dean’s List for academic excellence in the spring 2016 semester. Darshini Shah graduated from Lehigh University in spring 2016, with a Master of Engineering degree in Biological Chemical Engineering. Jeremy Delly Hanson completed an Associate of General Studies degree from Hesston College. Jo Ann M. Chatelain graduated from Park University with a Master of Business Administration, with a concentration in General Management. Parth Patel was inducted into the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society at the University of the Sciences on April 17th, 2016. Melanie Cella was initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, at The College of New Jersey.

This is a significant milestone in your life, and you have shown that you exemplify excellence and brilliance. I am proud to represent such distinguished and accomplished students such as yourselves, and I look forward to hearing about the greatness in your future.

Congratulations once again on your wonderful achievements. New Jersey is in need of more bright minds like you. Your experiences and perspectives will be the new ideas that are bound to change our state for the better.
My office is always open to hear from you about your opinions of New Jersey’s direction. We are located at 334 Elizabeth Avenue, Somerset, NJ 08873. You can also reach my office by phone at (732) 247-3999 or email at AsmDanielsen@njleg.org.

 

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