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Employment History

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The Hammonton Gazette

Town Clerk
Hammonton High School

Town Clerk and Administrator
Hammonton Zoning Board of Adjustment

First Female Town Clerk and the First Town Administrator In Hammonton History
Hammonton Revitalization Corporation

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Hammonton High School


elementary education
Glassboro State College

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Number 10: Diane DeCicco

www.hammontongazette.com, 2 Jan 2003 [cached]

Number 10: Diane DeCicco

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On Thursday, June 11, 1959, Diane DeCicco graduated from Hammonton High School.On Monday, June 16, she walked into Hammonton Town Clerk Domenic Ciano's office for her first day of work at a "temporary" position.She never left.Forty years later, DeCicco is Hammonton's first female town clerk and the first town administrator in Hammonton history.There have only been four local town clerks in the 20th century: W.R. Seely, John Jacobs, Ciano, and, beginning in 1976, DeCicco.
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According to DeCicco, she wouldn't do anything else."I love my job.It's very stressful and demanding, but I love it.I'm completely at peace with who I am and what I do," DeCicco said.Born on May 30, 1941, DeCicco is a lifelong resident of Hammonton.Known for her outspoken nature, particularly at council meetings, DeCicco traces her confidence back to some of her earliest influences."I had the greatest mom and dad.After my father died, my brother Tommy became like a father to me and was always there for me.My third grade teacher, Mrs. Eddy told me and my class to spend just one minute a day in front of a mirror and tell ourselves we were great and good and smart and could do anything we wanted to do," DeCicco said.DeCicco said that early lesson serves her well today."I think back on that and on how many times I had to talk myself through life and loss with those words," DeCicco said.While working in the town clerk's office, DeCicco went to night school for nine years.She received a degree in elementary education from Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) in 1976, the same year she became Hammonton's town clerk.By her estimate, she has served with at least 125 different members of council during her tenure in the town clerk's office.Since 1959, she has worked with 10 mayors: Alex Weatherbee, Peter Parisi, Peter Ranere, Russell Clark, George Mortellite, Edward Marinelli, Louis DeMarco, Charles Gazzara, Ralph Morano and Barbara Berenato."I really see how hard the elected officials, both Republicans and Democrats, work, and I can see how much they believe in what they do.It's not easy to be an elected official in a small town, where you know everyone," DeCicco said.DeCicco praised the people who work in her office and for the town of Hammonton."They really are the greatest.Not only my staff, but all the town employees.The town of Hammonton should be very proud of the fine employees and their elected officials," DeCicco said.DeCicco said the finest moments in her tenure as town clerk and town administrator were the day President Ronald Reagan came to Hammonton in 1984 and "every reorganization meeting on January 1."
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They're in a new frame of mind," DeCicco said.


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www.hammontongazette.com, 4 Jan 2002 [cached]

DeCicco announces retirement

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HAMMONTON-After more than 40 years in the town clerk's office, Hammonton Town Clerk/Administrator Diane DeCicco tearfully read from her letter of retirement in front of a hushed council chamber Monday evening.
Sex shop scheduled for zoning board meeting on Thursday


Diane ...

www.hammontongazette.com, 24 July 2001 [cached]

Diane DeCicco

Town clerk and administrator for quarter century
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Number 10 : Diane DeCicco
Number 10 : Diane DeCicco
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On Thursday , June 11 , 1959 , Diane DeCicco graduated from Hammonton High School.On Monday , June 16 , she walked into Hammonton Town Clerk Domenic Ciano's office for her first day of work at a temporary position.She never left.Forty years later , DeCicco is Hammonton's first female town clerk and the first town administrator in Hammonton history.There have only been four local town clerks in the 20th century : W.R. Seely , John Jacobs , Ciano , and , beginning in 1976 , DeCicco.According to DeCicco , she wouldn't do anything else.I love my job.It's very stressful and demanding , but I love it.I'm completely at peace with who I am and what I do , DeCicco said.Born on May 30 , 1941 , DeCicco is a lifelong resident of Hammonton.Known for her outspoken nature , particularly at council meetings , DeCicco traces her confidence back to some of her earliest influences.I had the greatest mom and dad.After my father died , my brother Tommy became like a father to me and was always there for me..My third grade teacher , Mrs. Eddy told me and my class to spend just one minute a day in front of a mirror and tell ourselves we were great and good and smart and could do anything we wanted to do , DeCicco said.DeCicco said that early lesson serves her well today.I think back on that and on how many times I had to talk myself through life and loss with those words , DeCicco said.While working in the town clerk's office , DeCicco went to night school for nine years.She received a degree in elementary education from Glassboro State College ( now Rowan University ) in 1976 , the same year she became Hammonton's town clerk.By her estimate , she has served with at least 125 different members of council during her tenure in the town clerk's office.Since 1959 , she has worked with 10 mayors : Alex Weatherbee , Peter Parisi , Peter Ranere , Russell Clark , George Mortellite , Edward Marinelli , Louis DeMarco , Charles Gazzara , Ralph Morano and Barbara Berenato.I really see how hard the elected officials , both Republicans and Democrats , work , and I can see how much they believe in what they do.It's not easy to be an elected official in a small town , where you know everyone , DeCicco said.DeCicco praised the people who work in her office and for the town of Hammonton.They really are the greatest.Not only my staff , but all the town employees.The town of Hammonton should be very proud of the fine employees and their elected officials , DeCicco said.DeCicco said the finest moments in her tenure as town clerk and town administrator were the day President Ronald Reagan came to Hammonton in 1984 and every reorganization meeting on January 1..That's the day where everybody puts the election and the politics behind them.They're in a new frame of mind , DeCicco said.DeCicco and her husband Anthony have three children , Anthony DeCicco III , Thomas Cardia DeCicco and Christine Macrie.They have two grandchildren , Macie and Michael.DeCicco said she was humbled and almost speechless after learning she had been named as one of the most influential Hammontonians of the last 100 years.I'm almost speechless.But people who know me know that it would really be hard for me to be speechless as I have always had a strong opinion on what was right or wrong.Serving the people of this town has been an honor for me and now to be recognized for it is unbelievable , DeCicco said.According to DeCicco , there are many others who warrant recognition.There are many great men and women in this town.If only we would take more opportunities to show our youth and the world how truly special living in Hammonton is.Recently , I attended the 50th anniversary celebration of the 1949 Hammonton Little League World Champions at the middle school.The players are still great people , and we can still be proud of them.Some have passed on , but their championship on and off the field stays with Hammonton forever.There are countless numbers of people in Hammonton who should be recognized for their contributions to this century.
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We all have been taught by our past , DeCicco said.


Number 10: Diane DeCicco

www.hammontongazette.com, 7 June 2002 [cached]

Number 10: Diane DeCicco

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Number 10: Diane DeCicco
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On Thursday, June 11, 1959, Diane DeCicco graduated from Hammonton High School.On Monday, June 16, she walked into Hammonton Town Clerk Domenic Ciano's office for her first day of work at a "temporary" position.She never left.Forty years later, DeCicco is Hammonton's first female town clerk and the first town administrator in Hammonton history.There have only been four local town clerks in the 20th century: W.R. Seely, John Jacobs, Ciano, and, beginning in 1976, DeCicco.
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According to DeCicco, she wouldn't do anything else."I love my job.It's very stressful and demanding, but I love it.I'm completely at peace with who I am and what I do," DeCicco said.Born on May 30, 1941, DeCicco is a lifelong resident of Hammonton.Known for her outspoken nature, particularly at council meetings, DeCicco traces her confidence back to some of her earliest influences."I had the greatest mom and dad.
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My third grade teacher, Mrs. Eddy told me and my class to spend just one minute a day in front of a mirror and tell ourselves we were great and good and smart and could do anything we wanted to do," DeCicco said.DeCicco said that early lesson serves her well today."I think back on that and on how many times I had to talk myself through life and loss with those words," DeCicco said.While working in the town clerk's office, DeCicco went to night school for nine years.She received a degree in elementary education from Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) in 1976, the same year she became Hammonton's town clerk.By her estimate, she has served with at least 125 different members of council during her tenure in the town clerk's office.Since 1959, she has worked with 10 mayors: Alex Weatherbee, Peter Parisi, Peter Ranere, Russell Clark, George Mortellite, Edward Marinelli, Louis DeMarco, Charles Gazzara, Ralph Morano and Barbara Berenato."I really see how hard the elected officials, both Republicans and Democrats, work, and I can see how much they believe in what they do.It's not easy to be an elected official in a small town, where you know everyone," DeCicco said.DeCicco praised the people who work in her office and for the town of Hammonton."They really are the greatest.Not only my staff, but all the town employees.The town of Hammonton should be very proud of the fine employees and their elected officials," DeCicco said.DeCicco said the finest moments in her tenure as town clerk and town administrator were the day President Ronald Reagan came to Hammonton in 1984 and "every reorganization meeting on January 1."
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They're in a new frame of mind," DeCicco said.


Untitled Document

www.hammontongazette.com, 11 Aug 2001 [cached]

Number 10 : Diane DeCicco

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On Thursday , June 11 , 1959 , Diane DeCicco graduated from Hammonton High School.On Monday , June 16 , she walked into Hammonton Town Clerk Domenic Ciano's office for her first day of work at a temporary position.She never left.Forty years later , DeCicco is Hammonton's first female town clerk and the first town administrator in Hammonton history.There have only been four local town clerks in the 20th century : W.R. Seely , John Jacobs , Ciano , and , beginning in 1976 , DeCicco.
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According to DeCicco , she wouldn't do anything else.I love my job.It's very stressful and demanding , but I love it.I'm completely at peace with who I am and what I do , DeCicco said.Born on May 30 , 1941 , DeCicco is a lifelong resident of Hammonton.Known for her outspoken nature , particularly at council meetings , DeCicco traces her confidence back to some of her earliest influences.I had the greatest mom and dad.
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My third grade teacher , Mrs. Eddy told me and my class to spend just one minute a day in front of a mirror and tell ourselves we were great and good and smart and could do anything we wanted to do , DeCicco said.DeCicco said that early lesson serves her well today.I think back on that and on how many times I had to talk myself through life and loss with those words , DeCicco said.While working in the town clerk's office , DeCicco went to night school for nine years.She received a degree in elementary education from Glassboro State College ( now Rowan University ) in 1976 , the same year she became Hammonton's town clerk.By her estimate , she has served with at least 125 different members of council during her tenure in the town clerk's office.Since 1959 , she has worked with 10 mayors : Alex Weatherbee , Peter Parisi , Peter Ranere , Russell Clark , George Mortellite , Edward Marinelli , Louis DeMarco , Charles Gazzara , Ralph Morano and Barbara Berenato.I really see how hard the elected officials , both Republicans and Democrats , work , and I can see how much they believe in what they do.It's not easy to be an elected official in a small town , where you know everyone , DeCicco said.DeCicco praised the people who work in her office and for the town of Hammonton.They really are the greatest.Not only my staff , but all the town employees.The town of Hammonton should be very proud of the fine employees and their elected officials , DeCicco said.DeCicco said the finest moments in her tenure as town clerk and town administrator were the day President Ronald Reagan came to Hammonton in 1984 and every reorganization meeting on January 1..That's the day where everybody puts the election and the politics behind them.They're in a new frame of mind , DeCicco said.DeCicco and her husband Anthony have three children , Anthony DeCicco III , Thomas Cardia DeCicco and Christine Macrie.They have two grandchildren , Macie and Michael.

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