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Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Stockton Alum Raymond R. Ciccone Is Named to Board of Trustees

Galloway Twp., NJ: Raymond R. Ciccone, a nationally noted expert in forensic accounting, has been appointed by Governor Christie to The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey’s Board of Trustees.

A 1979 honors graduate of Stockton with a BS degree in Accounting, Ciccone’s term expires in June of 2015. A resident of Long Beach Island, Ocean County, Ciccone is a former member of the Stockton College Foundation Board.

“I am both proud and excited to serve on the Board of Trustees of my beloved alma mater,” Ciccone said. “The educational and social experience I had at this institution prepared me well for my professional and personal life.”

Ciccone is Managing Partner of Ciccone, Gotthold & Koseff Certified Public Accountants, P.C., and a partner of the Forensic Accounting Group, Inc., based in Ship Bottom and New York City, respectively. Prior to founding his own business in 1988, Ciccone was senior audit manager with Arthur Andersen & Co. He is a certified public accountant, certified in financial forensics, and Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Accountants.

“I am delighted that Ray Ciccone is joining our Board of Trustees,” Stockton President Herman J. Saatkamp said. “Ray brings a wealth of experience in many financial arenas that will be invaluable to Stockton. And of course, we take pride that Ray will be joining Mady Deininger as the second Stockton graduate on our Board.”

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