25 Years of Dedication - Presentation of Bench



WHEREAS, Dr. Gordon Stull graduated from Middlebury College in 1967, where he earned his Veterinary Medical Doctor (V.M.D.), from the University of Pennsylvania in 1971.  He furthered his education by participating in molecular biology from 1971-1978 and has been practicing companion animal medicine since graduating in 1978; and 

, Dr. Stull served on the Board of Directors for Association of Anti-Virus Asia Researches (AVAR) from 2003 to 2007.  He is currently the Director of the Burlington County, NJ, Feral Cat Initiative as well as the President of the Millennium Wildlife Sciences.  He serves as the Project Oversight Advisor for the Black Bear Neutersol Project which is a joint effort with the University of Pennsylvania and with the Six Flags and Millennium Wildlife Sciences; and

WHEREAS, Dr. Stull began his career with Tabernacle Township over 25 years ago by providing hours of diligent work every January at the Free Rabies Clinic by providing vaccines to animals that attended.  It is important to recognize that Dr. Stull NEVER invoiced Tabernacle Township for his time for these many years of service; and

, the dedication of individuals like Dr. Stull have made positive influences on those around them and deserve recognition for leadership within our community. Tabernacle Township Committee also would like to acknowledge the family of Dr. Gordon Stull; and

by the Mayor and Committee of Tabernacle Township, County of Burlington, State of New Jersey, that we extend our most sincere gratitude to Dr. Gordon Stull, for his many years of service and commitment to the Township and congratulate him on his well-deserved retirement, with best wishes for many years of happiness and contentment.

Presented:  November 8, 2018

Volunteers are love in motion!  ~Author Unknown

Thank you, Dr. Stull for expressing 25 years of love to Tabernacle Township