Art Pazan is a member of the Borough Council and Chairperson of the Building Development and Public Property Committee. He is also a member of the Revenue and Finance and Public Safety committees, as well as the Council's liaison to the Board of Trustees of the Glen Rock Public Library. Earlier, he served two terms as Borough Council President, Chairperson of the Revenue and Finance Committee, Council liaison to Parks, Public Grounds and Recreation Committee and a member of the Planning and Zoning boards.
Active for many years in youth sports, Art was President of the Glen Rock Baseball and Softball Association and volunteered regularly with the snack stand for Glen Rock Junior Football. He was appointed by the Mayor to serve on the Glen Rock Underage Drinking Committee and is an active member of the Glen Rock Jewish Center.
A 24-year resident of Glen Rock, Art is married to Gail and has four children. He is the Food Safety Manager for Vieira’s Bakery in Newark, New Jersey. He attended Hofstra University and New York University.
Since his retirement from PwC, Bob has been a consultant to a major New York City not-for-profit corporation, an adjunct faculty member in the finance department at Bergen Community College, and a speaker at executive development group seminars and new captains training programs for the New York City Police Department. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Clarkson College in Potsdam, NY, a Master of Business Administration in Finance from Pace University, and a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from New School for Social Research in New York City.
Bob has a long record of community service in Englishtown and Glen Rock. He was an Emergency Medical Technician for the Englishtown-Manalapan First Aid Squad for 10 years and devoted 11 years of service as a leader to the Boy Scouts of America. In Glen Rock, Bob was a member of the Glen Rock Municipal Building Review Committee, which assisted the Mayor and Council to reach a cost-effective decision to renovate the existing town hall, rather than construct a new facility. Today, he is chairperson of the Senior Housing Committee, which is exploring the possibilities of constructing additional housing for Glen Rock seniors. He also serves on the Zoning Board.
Bob has three grown children. In his spare time he participates as a member of the Glen Rock Activities Club where he served as Treasurer for two years.