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Colleen Ayala Inducted as President of Tri-County Rotary

7/7/2021 (Permalink)

Congratulations to Colleen!

We are proud to announce that our Cumberland County Business Development Consultant, Colleen Ayala, was inducted as President of the Tri-County Rotary serving Vineland, Millville, Buena and Newfield. The ceremony took place at their recent changeover dinner at Merighi’s Savoy Inn. Prior to being installed as President, Colleen was a Rotary Member for five years. The ceremony was led by Governor May Montag-McMurray.

“It’s a privilege to have Colleen serve as our incoming President,” said Jerry Covella, Past President of Tri-County Rotary. Attending for SERVPRO Owner, Barbara Stafford-Jones, who was out of the country, was Minerva Alvarado, Marketing Development Coordinator who said, “Colleen has always shown an interest in serving her community and helping others.” Covella added, “I have volunteered with Colleen in Rotary and also as an executive member of the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce. She is a noble Rotarian that has already proven she is a great asset to this organization.”

Colleen currently serves as an executive member of the board of directors for Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce and is actively involved with the Greater Vineland Chamber, Bridgeton Area Chamber and the Chamber of Southern New Jersey. She serves on two committees for the Bridgeton Area Chamber as well and once a year, she will ring a bell and participate in the annual turkey drive for The Salvation Army Vineland Corps.

Colleen currently resides in Winslow Township her husband, José. She has been employed as the Cumberland County Business Development Consultant with SERVPRO of Cape May & Cumberland Counties for six years. She enjoys spending time with her sons and their families, who were all in attendance at the dinner.

In her closing statement, Colleen said, “I challenge us all to live our motto of ‘service above self’ in order to leave a better mark in the lives of our fellow Rotarians and in the lives of the people in our communities. We’re going to have fun - so buckle up, and enjoy the ride this year!”

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