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News Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 13, 2003

DEA/Newark Division Supports Girls Scouts, Inc.
"Women of Distinction 2003"

Mar 13-On Thursday, March 13, 2003, DEA/Newark Division, Acting Special Agent in Charge Alexander J. Gourley, and Demand Reduction Coordinator Special Agent Douglas S. Collier attended the Girl Scouts, Inc., "Women of Distinction 2003 Awards Dinner, at the Deal Golf and Country Club, Deal, New Jersey.One of the recipients, Mary Pat Angelini is a close partner and ally with the DEA/Newark Division Demand Reduction program. Additionally, U.S. District Court, United States Magistrate Judge Susan Wigenton was also honored. The 2003 Women of Distinction honored four exceptional New Jersey women at this prestigious event. The 2003 Women of Distinction Honorees are:

  • Mary Pat Angelini, Executive Director of Prevention First, Community Service Award.
  • Susan Wigenton, United States Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court, Professional Excellence Award
  • Theresa Seitz, Boutique Manager, Puttin' on the Ritz 180, Turning Lives Around, Community Service Award
  • Alice Guttler, Esq. Sr. V/P, Corporate Counsel for CentraState Healthcare System, Professional Excellence Award

The overall goal of the Girl Scouts is to give girls the courage to shine through leadership initiatives and activities in areas such as the arts, environment, finance, global awareness, health and fitness, math, nutrition, science, sports and technology. The mission is to inspire girls to become resourceful, confident, competent women.

DEA/Newark Division,
Acting Special Agent in Charge -
Alexander J. Gourley
Prevention First, Executive Director -
Mary Pat Angelini

DEA/Newark Division,
Acting Special Agent in Charge -
Alexander J. Gourley
U.S. District Court, United States Magistrate Judge - Susan Wigenton

 

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