Borden was formerly the president and is now a member of the board
of the Rescue Mission of Trenton. He is a board member of Kids Bridge
and has served on the St. Francis Hospital Capital Fundraising Committee
and on the Friends of the State Museum and Trenton City Museum boards.
of the Year: HelenMarie Dolton
HelenMarie Dolton, who retired from MCCC in 1992, started her career
at the college in 1967, when she was hired to begin the college’s
Nursing program, now one of its largest. After serving as chair
of Nursing, then chair of Nursing and Allied Health, Dolton became
dean of the Division of Science and Allied Health, overseeing 41
faculty and staff members.
During her tenure
she applied for and received several major grants to facilitate
the Nursing program’s growth, including a federal grant which
enabled the college to build its science building. During her leadership
more than 2,000 students graduated from the Nursing program.
her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Georgetown University,
her master’s degree from Saint John’s University in
nursing administration, and pursued additional studies at Columbia
After her retirement
from MCCC, Dolton volunteered full-time as director of religious
education at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church in Ewing.
She volunteers with SeniorNet, teaching computer skills to senior
citizens, and also chairs a group of college retirees that meets
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Bristol Myers Squibb Company
Dow Jones & Company
Faridy Veisz Fraytak
Jamil E. Faridy
Yardville National Bank
All Clean Building Company
Borden Perlman Insurance
Capital Health System
Clarke Caton Hintz
Hyatt Regency Princeton
Johnson & Johnson
Princeton Management Development Institute
The Spiezle Architectural Group
Thomas Edison State College