A statement from Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners Director Ronald G. Rios regarding the loss of Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ – “It is with deep sadness that we have been informed of the loss of a dedicated public servant in our community: Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour. My prayers, and the prayers of my colleagues on the Board of County Commissioners, are with her family and loved ones during this difficult time. My colleagues and I join the community in their grief and hope we find solace in each other. In the wake of this senseless and horrific tragedy, I ask that today and every day, we treat our family, friends, and neighbors with kindness and compassion; look out for one another; and demonstrate that senseless acts of violence do not have a place here in our County.”
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ
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