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News Release

New Jersey Department of
Banking and Insurance

Commissioner Ken Kobylowski

For Immediate Release:
November 27, 2013

For Further Information:
Ed Rogan or Marshall McKnight (609) 292-5064

Christie Administration Continues Season of Service as Department of Banking and Insurance Staff Prepare Thanksgiving Dinners in Red Bank

RED BANK — As part of the Christie Administration’s third annual “Season of Service,” Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) Commissioner Ken Kobylowski, James Weinstein, executive director of New Jersey Transit, DOBI Acting Banking Director Patrick Mullen and Chief Actuary Felix Schirripa spent half a day preparing and boxing Thanksgiving dinners for needy local residents at the Lunch Break. 

“For more than 30 years the Lunch Break has been doing outstanding work providing meals, clothing, social services and much more to needy Monmouth County residents,” Commissioner Kobylowski said. “It was a pleasure and an honor to work with staff at this very busy time of year.”

“It was an honor to join Commissioner Kobylowski – and a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to the people of Lunch Break as we continue forward with our Season of Service. It’s all about giving back and serving those in need,” said Executive Director Weinstein.

Season of Service at the Lunch Break, Red Bank

Front, from left, Gwendolyn Love, executive director and Pat Rizzo, program coordinator at Lunch Break. Back, from left, Department of Banking and Insurance Chief Actuary Felix Schirripa, Commissioner Ken Kobylowski, Acting Banking Director James and NJ Transit Executive Director James Weinstein.

Commissioner Kobylowski, Executive Director Weinstein, Acting Banking Director Mullen and Schirripa assisted at the Lunch Break, on Doctors James Parker Boulevard, Red Bank on November 27 as part of Season of Service activities. In November and throughout December the Christie Administration is volunteering in a variety of ways to serve New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents as well as families and communities recovering from Superstorm Sandy.

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