Mike O'Hagan is Chairperson of the Division of Public Safety and a member of the Division of Public Works and the Division of Building Development and Public Property.
A long-time coach, Mike coaches varsity football and has been involved with recreational soccer, baseball and basketball. He served on a State Task Force on Gang Violence appointed by Senator Girgenti and is involved with the activities of the Glen Rock Office of Emergency Management, Police Department, Volunteer Ambulance Corps, and Volunteer Fire Departments.
Mike is currently the Business Development Director for Technical Solutions in Mahwah, New Jersey. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Lehigh University.
Mike and his wife, Robyn, have been residing in Glen Rock for 18 years. Their children are age 18 and 15.
Mary Jane Surrago is Chairperson of the Division of Public Works as well as a member of the Division of Revenue and Finance, the Division of Community Affairs, the Division of Building Development and Public Property and the Division of Licenses and Franchises.
As a New Jersey State Certified Emergency Medical Technician, Mary Jane proudly serves Glen Rock as an active member of the Glen Rock Volunteer Ambulance Corps (GRVAC). She held the position of GRVAC President for six years.
Mary Jane is an officer of the Board of Directors of National Industries for the Blind, a not-for-profit corporation located in Alexandria, Virginia. Prior to this appointment, she was NIB’s Vice President-Administration. She has significant experience in best governance practices, ethics, corporate communications and event management. A graduate of Queens College in New York, Mary Jane holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
Mary Jane and her late husband, Jim, raised two children, Michael and Christine, in Glen Rock. Jim was active for many years in the Glen Rock Baseball Association as Vice President of the Softball League and coached teams year round. He was instrumental in bringing to realization a comprehensive insurance program, an anti-abuse policy, and a separate safety plan for the GRBA’s baseball and softball programs. Michael is a graduate of Northwestern University and is currently teaching in the Santa Monica area. Christine is a graduate of Rutgers University and is attending medical school in Seattle.