Site Manager for the White Meadow Lake POA. In the late 1980s, I began efforts to slow lake eutrophication as the organizer of Sewer Our Streets (SOS), successfully lobbying to expedite the completion of sanitary sewer lines to replace septic systems around the perimeter of the lake. As President of the WML POA, I was a shared Recipient for the 2002 NALMS Technical Excellence Award for Volunteer Actions for the reclamation of White Meadow Lake, Rockaway NJ.
Chair of the Cupsaw Lake Environmental Committee for the past four years. I am a past President of the Cupsaw Lake Improvement Association (CLIA) and their delegate to NJCOLA. Also, I am a member of North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) and a 34-year retiree of IBM. I hold an MBA in organizational behavior, married, and the father of two children.
Worked for 37 years in non-profit organizations beginning at The New York Botanical Garden and retiring as the Executive Director of the Cultural Institutions Retirement System (CIRS) in 2011. I am the First Vice-President of Kemah Lake Board of Directors and serve as their representative to COLA.
Resident of Lake Lenape in Andover Township, Sussex County. I served on the Board of Trustees for 13 years, eight as President. I was Chairman of the Dam Committee and successful in initiating the Dam Project.
Ernest W. Hofer, PE
Presently serve as President of COLA. I served as President of the Board of Trustees of Lake Mohawk until retiring in 2014. I currently serve as Planning Board Chairman for Sparta Township and am proud to serve on several nonprofit and County Boards. I retired from Honeywell International in 1977 following a 38-year career in engineering management.
President of Lake Kittatinny. I have been President for three years and will serve for another year. Prior to that, I served as First Vice-President and Secretary.
Randall K. Sprague, PE, CVS
Civil engineer with an environmental engineering background. I have been active with Swartswood Lakes and Watershed Association (SWLA) since its inception. I have served three terms as President, have held other positions, and am currently Technical Director. Issues tackled over the past 25 years include working with the NJDEP to develop and implement the lake management plan, managing grants for lake improvement, and assistance with the NJDEP TMDL study.
Bjorn von Euler
Reside on the shore of Morse Lake in Bloomingdale and am retired. My last 30 years have been spent serving the US and global water world as an executive in the ITT Water business. I have served on the Board of Water Environment Federation and have held leading positions with the International Water Association.
Project Manager career primarily in the Communications industry. Became involved in NJCOLA's website development project and contributed to the successful launch of the NJCOLA website in September 2017 and continue to keep the website updated with new content. I served as President and Treasurer for Lake Arrowhead Club in Denville and continue to be an active member in the Lakes and Bylaws committees.