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Public Works Employee, 90, Honored

North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello

By Shay Roddy

NORTH WILDWOOD – Jack Rilling, a familiar face for thosevisiting the North Wildwood Convenience Center, was recognized by Mayor PatrickRosenello and North Wildwood City Council Oct. 6, for his dedication and service to the city.
Rilling, a 90-year-old, retired, truck driver, is an 18-year Public Works employee who works seven days a week, from May to September, and never misses a day of work, according to the mayor’s proclamation. 
Rosenello posed for photos with Rilling, who was supported, at the meeting, by several of his colleagues. Some council members took time at the end of the meeting to congratulate Rilling. 
“They don’t make them like you anymore. You should feel very good about your accomplishments,” said Councilman Ed Koehler.

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