Sacco - Bachalis - Rodio

Brooke Sacco

Husband: James R Sacco III
Children: Elena (5), Greta (3)
Graduate: Rutgers University, B.A. in English

  • Co-owner of Behind the Moon Children's Shop in Downtown Hammonton
  • Current Member of Hammonton Mothers' Club (Community Service Coordinator & Social Media Manager)
  • Main Street Hammonton Volunteer
  • Downtown Hammonton Social Media Coordinator

Dan Bachalis

Wife: Barbara Neary-Bachalis
Children: Dan, Kevin, Patrick and Erin
Graduate: Boston College
Graduate: Rutgers University, Masters in Sociology

  • First elected to Town Council in 2012
  • Retired Acting Director of the Office of Housing, Policy, Planning, and Evaluation with the NJ Department of Human Services.
  • Oversaw new community mental health program and housing development and data collection and analysis
  • Former Chairperson of the Town of Hammonton Quality of Life and Education Committees
  • Developed the Hammonton' Water Conservation Tax Rebate Program, the first if its kind in NJ
  • Former Chairperson of the Hammonton Green Committee
  • Member of the Hammonton Environmental Commission
  • Volunteer Master Naturalist & Interpretive Guide from Stockton College and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  • Actively involved in Sesquicentennial Committee, Veteran’s Committee and Town Clock Restoration Committee

Sam Rodio

Wife: Bernadette (Macrie) Rodio
Children: Sam Rodio, Jr., Michael Rodio, Carolyn Rodio
Graduate: Hammonton High School

  • First Elected to Town Council in 2008
  • Owner of Sam Rodio Produce, LLC, a fresh fruit and produce distributor headquartered in Hammonton
  • Former Deputy Mayor of the Town of Hammonton, appointed by Mayor Steve DiDonato
  • Founding President of Hammonton First
  • Former Chairperson of the Hammonton Zoning Board
  • Member of the Hammonton Parks & Recreation Commission
  • Member of the Sons of Italy Lodge #1658
  • Former Assistant Baseball Coach for the Hammonton Little League
  • Member of the Hammonton Kiwanis Club

Hammonton First Seeks Student Interns

HAMMONTON – Hammonton First is seeking high school and college age interns for the 2016 campaign. Internships begin immediately and run until Election Day. Time commitments are very flexible. Interested students or their parents can get more details about the internship program by visiting or by calling or texting 609-385- 6088. All internships are unpaid volunteer positions and a letter of recommendation from Mayor Steve DiDonato will be provided at the end of the campaign.

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