Lori, Marilyn & Kim for N.J. 11
Lori Annetta, a resident of Freehold Borough for 10 years, is a Vice President of Client Services in the financial industry and has been a financial services professional for more than three decades. She has specialized in management and operations, including training and education, with an emphasis on improving client experiences. Throughout the pandemic, Lori led the client service resiliency team overseeing the COVID-19 safe and effective continuation of services for the company’s entire U.S. operation. Annetta has three daughters and was active in the youth Pop Warner organization as coordinator of the cheerleading program and as head coach of the senior competition team. Annetta has also been dedicated to charitable causes, including overseeing a team that supports local schools and children with new backpacks and school supplies each school year. She previously served on the Freehold Historical Preservation Committee.
Marilyn Piperno, a Colts Neck resident for over 20 years, is currently a certified National Academy of Sports Medicine Nutrition Coach and Fitness Professional, after leaving her successful career in publishing to raise her three children. She has dedicated countless hours to community service projects in L.D. 11, including the creation of St. Mary’s Parish ‘Make a Tray’ food drive that provides packaged and prepared foods to Lunch Break in Red Bank, the Center in Asbury Park, and Ronald McDonald House in Long Branch. She has played an active role in the Colts Neck Parent Teacher Organization, St. Mary’s Parish and Religious Education programming, and has coached youth sports. Marilyn is a graduate of Pace University, and is married to her husband, Paul.
Kim Eulner is a lifelong resident of Shrewsbury, is currently serving her second term as Shrewsbury Borough Councilwoman. She previously served as Council President in 2020 and is currently the Chair for the Open Space Committee and is the council appointee to the Shade Tree, Community Garden and Environmental Committees. Kim has spearheaded the Council's efforts to improve Borough parks and under her leadership the Council succeeded in reducing the Borough's tax rate for the second consecutive year while maintaining the services that Borough residents enjoy. Kim is a Client Success Manager at a locally based Data Company and is also a licensed real estate agent. Kim previously worked on Wall Street focusing on Commission Management. She is a mother of 2 and is a graduate of Washington College, MD with a BA in Sociology.
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