MAHWAH, N.J. –The Ramapo College Foundation will honor three alumni for their professional achievement, commitment and community service at its 34th Annual Distinguished Citizens Award Dinner on March 5 at the Rockleigh Country Club.
Recognized will be Donald Nuckel, Cindy Schawe and Christopher Turner. A cocktail reception and silent auction begins at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and dancing. The Distinguished Citizens program begins at 8 p.m.
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Nuckel is President and CEO of the Nuckel Property and chairman of Nuckel Global Initiative in Little Ferry. Among his many philanthropic endeavors is the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program in the Little Ferry School District, coordinated by Ramapo College.
Schawe is Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Stryker in Mahwah. She joined the firm right after graduation and has held executive marketing positions in the company’s knee and hip divisions. Stryker is a neighbor of the college and a member of Ramapo’s Business Partners program, which provides funding for student scholarships.
Turner is Vice President of Prestige Management Services in Ramsey. He is a member of the Ramapo Foundation Board of Governors and chairs the Concours d ’Elegance held on the Ramapo campus in June. Prestige is a member of Ramapo’s Business Partners program and also is a lead sponsor for the college’s annual golf outing.
The Rockleigh Country Club is located at 26 Paris Ave., Rockleigh.
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