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Jamie Fox, a former top political operative in New Jersey, died Monday at age 62. - (AARON HOUSTON)
Jamie Fox, the longtime Democratic political operative whose skills enabled him to serve New Jersey governors of both parties, died Monday. He was 62.
The news was first reported by Tom Moran of NJ Advance Media. Moran wrote this touching first-person column Monday.
Fox was best known as a no-nonsense operative, who served as chief of staff to Gov. James E. McGreevey and former U.S. Sen. Robert Torricelli. He also helped President Barack Obama get elected in 2008, serving as a senior adviser to Obama's Florida operation during the 2008 presidential campaign.
Gov. Chris Christie praised Fox in a statement Monday night.
"Jamie Fox was one of the most outstanding public servants I have had the honor to know, Christie said. Regardless of party politics, he stepped forward time and again in service to our state. Jamie Fox was also my friend. He was a kind man beloved by his colleagues, but he also was a tough fighter for those causes and people he believed in every day. Mary Pat and I cannot fully express our gratitude for his friendship and his willingness to serve in my administration. We pray tonight for his friends and family and for him to rest in peace."
Fox was known as a no-nonsense dealmaker in New Jersey, respected on both sides of the aisle, especially on issues of transportation.
So, perhaps, it wasn't a surprise when Christie tapped him to be his head of transportation in September 2014, when the governor needed someone who could help fix the broken Transportation Trust Fund.
The move was applauded by nearly everyone at the time. In the end, however, it would to the biggest stain on Foxs career.
The veteran operative could not make a deal regarding the TTF during his time in the cabinet. And, after he left, in July 2016, he was charged by federal authorities with conspiring to commit bribery, in a count tied his role as a lobbyist for United Airlines and the case against former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Chairman David Samson.
Fox was awaiting trial at the time of his death.
By Mario Marroquin, February 17, 2017 at 10:12 AM
LAMATEK said the expansion of its facility will bring 20 new jobs to N.J. over the next few years. - (LAMATEK)
LAMATEK recently announced it has planned to expand its manufacturing facility in West Deptford.
The supplier of foam takes, seals and gaskets said it signed a 10-year lease for the spaced adjoined to its current manufacturing facility.
For a company that started in a 1,800-square-foot garage, this marks an exciting chapter in our substantial growth over the years, LAMATEK President Bob Carlson said.
LAMATEK said it will increase its footprint to 92,000 square feet from 42,000- quare feet. The company expects to add at least 20 new jobs over the next few years.
It is a pleasure to work with LAMATEK, Heather Simmons, the liaison to the Department of Economic Development, said. They are a great corporate neighbor and they know that Gloucester Countys Workforce Development Board will work with them to help them find the right labor force they need for their new expansion.
LAMATEK has been in service for over 34 years.
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