Frank Sinatra is the public relations consultant for Pennsauken Township, as well as the editor of All Around Pennsauken, the town’s monthly newspaper. He has over a decade of experience in the communications field, working in advertising, journalism, marketing and public relations.
Sinatra is the owner of FS Communications, a Pennsauken-based consulting firm started in 2010. He has written feature articles for Flying Kite Magazine, an online publication that focuses on business, cultural and educational trends in the Philadelphia region, as well as The Catholic Star Herald, the weekly publication for the Diocese of Camden. In addition, Frank worked several years as an account executive for both public relations firms and advertising agencies throughout the Philadelphia area.
Frank received a bachelor’s degree in communications with an honors concentration at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ in 1996.
Sinatra is a lifelong Pennsauken resident and lives there with his wife, two children and his dog named Loverboy.
Sonny DiSabato is the senior coordinator for Pennsauken Township as well as the vice president of Senior Coordinators in Camden County.
Sonny is the liaison between the township and various senior groups in Pennsauken.
As the coordinator Sonny attends 8 meetings a month during which he distributes information from the town, the county and the state as needed. Sonny also attends a monthly county senior services meeting.
Sonny can be contacted in the municipal building on Tuesdays and Thursdays from
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. by calling 856-665-1000 x125.
Read Sonny’s columns here.
Robert Fisher-Hughes is an amateur historian with extensive knowledge of Pennsauken’s past. In addition to practicing law in Pennsylvania, Mr. Fisher-Hughes is first vice president of the Pennsauken Historical Society, vice president of the Pennsauken Free Public Library’s Board of Trustees, as well as a contributing member of the Friends of the Pennsauken Free Public Library. He currently lives in Pennsauken with his wife, Janet.
Read Robert’s columns here.
Kathleen Harvey, owner of Plant Artistry, is a business entrepreneur, building market share with personalized client services and specialty plants for the connoisseur. TV host, columnist, garden writer, lecturer, consultant.
Harvey hosts “Going Green!” on Pennsauken Television, Channel 19; her column in All Around Pennsauken helps to educate the public on topics related to growing plants, food, cooking and eating healthy, along with ways to reduce individual carbon footprint and promote sustainability.
Read Kathleen’s columns here.
Judith Kristen is an American author, educator, champion for animal rights, humane education teacher, and creative writing instructor.
One of Judith’s most popular books, “A Date with a Beatle,” chronicles her days of 1964 Beatlemania with fun, excitement, and adventure. It has received rave reviews from the upper echelon of Beatledom.
Her life’s work, Beatles aside, involves animal rescue, The Read Across America program, creative writing for young adults in schools and libraries, and a “distance learning” program headed by her local Carson School connecting the students of Pennsauken with students in Manchester, England.
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Bob Wagner is a lifelong South Jersey boy, Pennsauken born and raised. He writes and travels from his home base near the Delaware River with his lovely and long suffering wife, Suzie.
Bob graduated from the “University of Saigon” during the Tet offensive of 1968. After the Army, he settled back down in South Jersey, married his high school sweetheart, and raised three beautiful children, whose sole existence (today) is to keep him babysitting. While babysitting, he catalogs mountains of “stuff,” accumulated over a misspent lifetime of hobbies. He hopes to influence at least one of the grand kids toward a lifetime of painting, music and writing. He bribes them with promises of old cars when they can reach the pedals, and mountains of “stuff” they can inherit.
Recently retired from thirty plus years of government service, he splits his time between writing, fishing, acting, painting, welding, car collecting, wood working and real estate development. He has always subscribed to the theory “Do one thing, do it well, and move on.” He has, however, never actually done it. Bob continues to write columns and short stories for area papers and magazines.
Read Bob’s columns here.