ShopRite honors employee milestones


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  • Front Row: David P. Romano (Vice President & CFO); Terry Jerauld (Director of Store Operations); Lisa Medvitz (ShopRite of Byram); Erma Jean Summerville (ShopRite of Mansfield); Jill Vander Schans (ShopRite of Mansfield); Kevin Doherty (ShopRite of Succasunna); and Dominick J. Romano (Vice President and COO)2nd Row: Joseph Baldini (ShopRite of Franklin) and John O’Brien (ShopRite of Mansfield)




  • David P. Romano (Vice President & CFO); Terry Jerauld (Director of Store Operations); Ron Kramer (ShopRite of Byram); Michael Jennings (ShopRite of Byram); Mary Ramundo (Corporate Headquarters); Laura Marie Caldarella (ShopRite of Franklin); Ray Stecky (Corporate Headquarters); Dave Hagelberg (ShopRite of Byram); Wende Lucas (ShopRite of Mansfield); and Dominick J. Romano (Vice President & COO)




  • David P. Romano (Vice President & CFO); Terry Jerauld (Director of Store Operations); John Reinhart (ShopRite of Mansfield); Patricia Falgiano (ShopRite of Mansfield); Don Morgan (ShopRite of Newton); Robert Correll (ShopRite of Mansfield); Andy Blanos (Corporate Headquarters); and Dominick J. Romano (Vice President & COO)




  • Front Row: David P. Romano (Vice President & CFO); Terry Jerauld (Director of Store Operations); Debbie Henry (ShopRite of Newton); Mary Benson (ShopRite of Mansfield); and Dominick J. Romano (Vice President & COO); 2nd Row: Jeff Zabriskie (ShopRite of Succasunna) and Louis Petrie (ShopRite of Newton)




  • David P. Romano (Vice President & CFO); Terry Jerauld (Director of Store Operations); Alan Lundy (ShopRite of Mansfield); and Dominick J. Romano (Vice President & COO)




RoNetco ShopRite associates were honored at their recent Annual Awards Recognition Breakfast.

Perona Farms was the site of the celebration as 167 ShopRite team members were recognized for career milestones with the company. The celebration marked 5 years through 45 years of service. Representing virtually every department in the supermarkets, ShopRite Wines and Spirits and RoNetco’s Corporate Headquarters, associates were recognized for their dedication and many years of outstanding service to ShopRite customers. Each celebrant received a gold pin and those celebrating anniversaries from 10 to 45 years (in five-year increments) also received a commemorative gift.

Seven associates were inducted into the Quarter Century Club, celebrating 25 years of service, bringing the total inductees to 266; six were honored for 30 years of service, five for 35 years, ten associates celebrated 40 year milestones with the company; and Alan Lundy of Belvidere was honored for his 45th Anniversary.

“We are delighted to honor members of the RoNetco ShopRite family for their hard work, dedication, and commitment. These associates help build our culture and purpose and shape our sense of family and community at RoNetco. Their commitment to our organization to teach and train others for the benefit and future development of the company is what helps us maintain our vibrant associate base. They truly embody ShopRite’s purpose statement: to care deeply about people, helping them to eat well and be happy,” said Dominick J. Romano, Vice President and C.O.O.







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