John Krickus Selected to Serve as Morris County Commissioner Director
Christine Myers to serve as Deputy Director
December 1, 2022
Parsippany, New Jersey
Contact- Laura Ali, firstname.lastname@example.org
Morris County Republican Chairwoman Laura Marie Ali praised the Board of Commissioners for its selection of John Krickus (Washington Township) as Commissioner Director and Christine Myers (Harding Township) as Deputy Director to lead the County in 2023.
“John Krickus and Christine Myers will be a terrific team providing, fiscally conservative leadership for Morris County government in 2023 and will continue to hold the line on taxes, invest in infrastructure and education, making the best run county in New Jersey even better,” said Chairwoman Ali, who added, “we are so grateful for the wonderful leadership County Commissioner Director Selen provided this year.”
Ali said that the 2023 leadership team was unanimously supported at the annual caucus. Morris County Republican leadership has been integral in making Morris the best place to live in New Jersey, with the number one county college and vocational school district as well as the safest communities in the state. Last June, major financial rating agencies Moody’s and S&P awarded their highest-possible “AAA” rating for a record 47th year to Morris County, continuing a legacy as one of the best financially-run counties in America.
John Krickus is in his third three-year term on the board. He is a member of the Budget Committee producing no county tax increase for multiple years. He also is the liaison to the Morris County Improvement Authority, the County College of Morris and Morris County School of Technology, and the Chamber of Commerce/Economic Development.
Commissioner Krickus is a Marine Corps veteran, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA-retired) and worked in data analytics for Dun and Bradstreet and Experian.
Previously, he served on the Washington Township Committee for 12 years, including three years as Mayor. Born and raised in Madison, he now lives in Long Valley with his wife Carolyn where they raised their two daughters.
Christine Myers served a term as Freeholder and was appointed to the Office of Advocacy - Small Business Administration where she reduced regulations on small businesses resulting in billions of dollars in savings. In her previous term Christine lead the development of a county strategic plan and a debt reserve policy. Commissioner elect Myers was the top vote winner on the Fall election for her second term on the board.
Christine served in executive roles at AT&T and Lucent/Avaya and Siemens and is the co-founder of a growing manufacturing business. She also served in leadership positions of numerous non-profits, including Cornerstone Family Programs, Americas Gleaned Seafood and the Order of Malta.
She and her husband Stan raised their two sons in Mendham, and have recently moved to New Vernon.