Randolph Township is thrilled to announce the appointment of Denise Thornton as
the newest member of the Randolph Township Council. A dedicated public servant
with a robust background in public safety, Denise brings a wealth of experience and
commitment to our community.

She will fill the Council seat vacated by former Councilmember Marie Potter until the
November 5th General election. Should she decide to run in the upcoming election,
her name will appear on the ballot for consideration by Randolph residents.

Denise has been a resident of the Ironia section of Randolph for over 16 years and is
a lifelong resident of Morris County. As the daughter of a police officer and veteran,
she has dedicated her life to serving others. In her professional career, Denise rose
to the rank of Detective Captain, spearheading efforts to ensure the safety of
Superior Court judges and leading teams to achieve international accreditations.

Her deep involvement in the community is evident through her role as the current
President of the Randolph Township Library’s Board of Trustees and as a past
President of the Ironia Fire Co. 4’s Ladies Auxiliary. Additionally, Denise is committed
to fostering youth development by coaching local youth basketball and actively
participating in her church.

“Denise’s professional and volunteer experiences well equip her to represent and
advance the interests of Randolph residents,” said Mayor Christine Carey. “Her
leadership and passion will undoubtedly contribute to the continued growth and
success of our Township.”

Denise’s appointment to the Council is a testament to her unwavering dedication to
public service and her deep-rooted commitment to the Randolph community.

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