Advisory Council Members

  • Vincetta KaneVincetta “Vinnie” Kane
    A lifelong resident of New Jersey, I have lived in Hamilton for almost 35 years. A graduate of John P. Stevens High School in Edison and Berkeley College in East Orange, I began my career at Johnson & Johnson leaving my position as Media Manager after the adoption of our daughter in 1991. I have been married to my husband, Bob, for 43 years. Currently employed as the Administrative Assistant to Hamilton Mayor, Kelly Yaede. Previously employed as Office Manager at Our Lady of Sorrows Church and Marketing Manager at Roma Bank. Served as Treasurer of the Daughters of Our Lady of Sorrows, Corresponding Secretary of the Our Lady of Sorrows P.T.A. and former member of the Ryan’s Quest Advisory Board. In addition to serving on the Patient and Family Advisory Committee, I am currently a Hamilton Township Republican Committee person and Recording Secretary of the Hamilton Township Republican Club. I am an avid reader, a passionate fan of the NY Yankees and enjoy crocheting in my spare time.

  • Angie LaCazeAngie LaCaze
    After graduating from Louisiana Tech University, Angie spent 10 years in the mortgage banking industry. Since moving to Robbinsville, NJ 20 years ago, Angie has been a full time mom and volunteer. She has been a volunteer with the Ladies Auxiliary of RWJ Hospital for the past 3 years. Angie enjoys interacting with the staff and visitors while working in the hospital gift shop. Equally rewarding is working in Patient Relations, where she is able to visit patients and help ensure that their experience at RWJ is a good one.
  • Jeanette HudsonJeanette Hudson
    After graduating from Ewing School, Jeanette spent a number of years working for Banks. The next few years were spent with consulting firms located in Princeton, NJ. Since then she has made a home for the last 30 years at an Engineering/Surveying firm also located in Princeton NJ. Her home church is Friendship Baptist Church located in Trenton, NJ. She has been a member at Friendship Baptist Church for many years. For the past six years or so, Jeanette has enjoyed taking weekly dance lessons. She has learned how to do the two steps, the bop, the cha cha and a little bit of ballroom. Her pride and joy is her Mark. Jeanette can be found at the gym working out most week nights and some weekends. She has a soft spot for museums, art, poetry and many different types of music. What she enjoys most if helping other and seeing people smile. Being on the RWJHB PFAC committee gives her a chance to reach out to other and be of assistance on behalf of RWJBH.
  • Judy KolpackJudy Kolpack
    I have lived all of my life in Hamilton, NJ, graduating from Steinert High School and Trenton State College, with a degree in elementary education. I taught in Hamilton Township schools for 25 years. The last 19 years were teaching ESL (English as a Second Language). I just loved all of my foreign students. After retiring, I was a ROBIN (Retired Older Buddy Is Needed) in the school system. I volunteered in the classrooms of 3 first grade teachers doing many different jobs. I put up bulletin boards, ran copies of worksheets, listened to children read, helped with special projects and tied many shoes until they learned. Currently I volunteer at RWJ Health and Wellness Center on Quakerbridge Road in the OT (Occupational Therapy) department. Having been a patient there myself, I know how much a kind word means. So I try to be cheerful and positive. I have been a volunteer at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital/Hamilton for almost three years, this has been a healing and blessing for me to serve others.

  • Roslyn GaynorRoslyn Gaynor
    I am a retired New York State employee after 37 years. I have been a member of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens for Almost 30 years; my ministries are a Sr. usher, mass choir member, senior ministry and seasoned praises.
    I was an advisor of the Jr. Usher Board for 21 years.
  • John WardMr. John Ward
    After graduating from Trenton State College (The College of New Jersey), I taught in the East Windsor Regional School District from 1969-2008 as a science teacher and special education teacher, and became the science supervisor, assistant principal, and principal of Hightstown High School. Currently, I volunteer as the Executive Director of Robbinsville Meals on Wheels and serve on the Robbinsville Township Senior Advisory Committee; and volunteer at RWJUHH as a Patient Relations representative and serve on the Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). Recently, I was the recipient of the 2018 Rotary Club of Robbinsville Hamilton Vern Applegate Community Service Award.
  • Sharon Lamont

Sharon Lamont

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