Our board of directors are volunteers who are elected to three-year terms. All members in good standing
 are eligible to become members of the board and are in fact encouraged to come to board meetings and
 take part. 
 
 Elections are held in September at our annual meeting and voting is open to one member from each
 member company in good standing. If you wish to take part and become a member of the board, you
 can contact any of the current directors.
 
 Please refer to the AFAANJ by-laws for details as there are some additional requirements to be eligible
 to serve on the board of directors, such as the recommendation of 3 members in good standing or at
 the appointment of the president to fill an empty seat.
 
  We are currently looking for people to serve on committees; there are openings on the training committee,
 the program committee, the membership committee, the Symposium and the legislative committee. We
 can not grow without your support and participation.

Board of Directors

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Officer Name
Position
Phone
Email
President
973 - 590 – 0048
Vice President
908 - 272 - 0066
Treasurer
Chair Program Committee
973 - 429 - 4846
Ed Armm
Immediate Past Pres.
Comm & Training Director
973 - 663 - 4291
Asst. Secretary
Northern Regional Director
201 - 934 - 9316
Bob Ryan      
Secretary
Central Regional Director 

908-788-3900 x512

 Email
Walter Wargacki Jr.
Member at Large

973-779-4000 ext.108
Email
Member at Large
Chair Membership Committee
973 - 659 - 3473 x101
Dennis Boone

Member at Large

215-681-4600
Member at Large
Chair Legislative Committee
732-312-6449
Member Emeritus
Historian
908 - 730 - 7505
Member Emeritus
732 - 780 - 6787
Member Emeritus
908 - 995 - 4786
 

 

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114,734 people are waiting for the gift of life
18 people will die each day waiting for an organ
1 organ donor can save up to 8 lives

 

 

 

 

Each day, about 74 people receive organ transplants. However, 18 people die each day waiting for transplants that can’t take place because of the shortage of donated organs.

Please decide today to make your wishes known about organ and tissue donation.

  • Your heart could beat for someone else.
  • Your lungs could breathe for someone else.
  • Your kidneys could free two people from dialysis.
  • Your liver could save the life of a patient awaiting a transplant.
  • Your corneas could give sight to two people.
  • Your bones could help repair other people's damaged joints.
  • Your skin could help heal burn victims.

 

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