Freeholder Jane Jannarone Will Not Seek New Term In November
Freeholder Jane Jannarone has announced that she will not seek a new term in November.
The following is Jannarone’s letter announcing her decision:
“Cumberland County has been a wonderful place to live, raise my family and operate a business. So, it is with much deliberation, a little bit of sadness, and great thoughts on the commitments of faith, family, and profession that I have come to realize that I cannot effectively continue to serve as your freeholder and seek a second term at this time. Often we yield to the necessities of life, and in doing so, we are stretched in so many directions that we lose sight of our values and priorities."
“My daughter, Sarah, is a junior in high school this year. Before we blink, she will be off attending college. She will need my attention in the next couple of years to help make important decisions and I want to share all of her joys with her. My business partner and I are embarking on another dimension to our business. As exciting as this is, it will require additional time. Serving God and my community has always been the first priority. I would like to devote more time to important issues, such as, Victims of Domestic Abuse and the wonderful Veterans of our Community. Through the Cumberland County Community church of Millville, I will aid people who are less fortunate navigate the justice system for fair treatment."
“During my tenure as your Freeholder, I have had the great pleasure of meeting so many people who have positively touched my life. For those friendships and experiences, I am forever grateful. I want to extend my humble thanks to all of the people of Cumberland County in serving as your Freeholder. I have truly enjoyed it! Who knows what is planned for us? I know that I will be called upon to serve my community again, and when the time is right, I will be honored to do just that! Thank you to the amazing people of Cumberland County.”