Board Members

Board Members


                                



Thomas Guarascio, Board President
David Ytreboe, Board Vice President          
2015-2017
2015-2017

Keith Fisher 2016-2018
Edward Cammarato 2017-2019
Robert Martino 2015-2017
Steve Pellecchia            2017-2019
Gerard Reuter 2016-2018
John MacMoyle
Michele Shedlock          
2016-2018
2017-2019


 

John MacMoyle

jmacmoyle@btboe.org

John MacMoyle has worked for 25 years in the heavy equipment field. For the past 18 years he has been the Regional Sales Manager for Truck Cranes at Cargotec. He received his Associate's Degree from Ocean County College. A 19-year resident of Bayville, he and his wife, Catherine, have two children. He is Chair of the Consolidated/Shared Services Committee and serves on the Buildings & Grounds/Cafeteria/Transportation and Safety Committees. John is also a member of the Berkeley Township Zoning Board. He enjoys boating, skiing and being an involved parent/father. He enjoys being a board member because he feels it is very important to give back to the community. As his children get older, he wants them to learn from his example to step up and volunteer their time. He believes education is very important, and he is proud to be involved in such an excellent district.




 

Edward F. Cammarato

ecammarato@btboe.org

Edward F. Cammarato is currently a Comptroller and Financial Analyst at G.C. Wen Management Company. He received his Bachelor of Science in Sales Management with a minor in Political Science and Economics from Johnson & Wales University.  A 10-year resident, he and his wife, Donna, have three children, all of whom attend district schools. He is Chair of the Finance Committee and also serves on the Consolidated/Shared Services, Education/Policy and Personnel & Negotiations Committees. He enjoys American History, Finance, hiking and camping, photography, traveling, golf, surf fishing, clamming and beach fires with his family. Edward enjoys being a board member because he is able to take an active role in the education of the children of Berkeley Township. He appreciates learning from and supporting the teachers, administrators, and employees to foster three dimensional thinking and analytical problem solving initiatives. He finds it very rewarding to listen first-hand to parents of the students and encourages them to collaborate with their child's teachers on all aspects of the educational process.


 

Keith Fisher
kfisher@btboe.org

Keith Fisher is beginning his second 3-year term on the Berkeley Township Board of Education. He serves on the Buildings & Grounds/Cafeteria/Transportation Committee and is the Chairperson for the Education/Policy Committee. 









 

Thomas Guarascio, President
tguarascio@btboe.org

Tom Guarascio is currently a Special Education Teacher at Central Regional High School. He received his Bachelor of Arts from St. Thomas Aquinas College and his Masters Degree in School Administration from the University of Scranton.  He is a 40-year resident of Bayville and both of his children attend district schools. He serves on the Buildings & Grounds/Cafeteria/ Transportation, Education/Policy and School Safety Committees.He enjoys sports and politics.  Tom enjoys being a board member because he wants to help out in any way he can to support the school district’s success.




 

 
Robert Martino
rmartino@btboe.org

Robert "Rob" Martino is a 29-year resident of Bayville.  He graduated from Barringer High School in Newark, New Jersey and
attended Rutgers University.  He was employed by the IRS for 39 years as a Revenue Officer after retirement, representing  taxpayers before the IRS.  He enjoys being on the Board because he loves advocating for children. He helps in the community as much as he can.  In his spare time, he enjoys golf, playing cards and going to the movies. 







Michele Shedlock

Michele Shedlock is currently a Math teacher at Central Regional High School. She received her Bachelor of 
Arts from Georgian Court University and is currently working on her Masters Degree in School Administration from Georgian Court University. She is a 32-year Berkeley Township resident. Michele and her husband, Bill have one child who will attend the district. She enjoys traveling, spending time with her family and going to the beach.






 

Gerard Reuter
jreuter@btboe.org

Gerard Reuter is employed by UPS and a shop steward for Teamsters Local 177. He attended William Paterson University, majoring in Communications. A 12-year resident of Bayville, he and his wife, Debra have 5 children. Jerry enjoys being a board member because he likes being involved in the community and contributing to the district's success. In his spare time, he enjoys baseball and cars. 





 

Stephen J. Pellecchia
spellecchia@btboe.org

Steve Pellecchia is currently retired after working 25 years for the Teamsters Union. He graduated from Demarest High School in Hoboken, New Jersey. A 16-year resident, he resides in Bayville with his wife, Nancy. He is Chair of the Buildings & Grounds/Cafeteria/ Transportation Committee and also serves on the Finance Committee.  He enjoys golf.





 

David Ytreboe, Vice President
dytreboe@btboe.org

David Ytreboe has been in public education for 19 years—12 years as a Social Studies teacher and 7 years as a School Administrator and Assistant Vice Principal. For ten years (30 seasons), he has coached cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track teams. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History/Education from Trenton State College and his Masters in Education Administration from Georgian Court University. A 13-year resident of Bayville, he and his wife, Kristin, have two daughters, one who currently attends a district school. He serves on the Consolidated/Shared Services, Education/Policy and School Safety Committees.He enjoys being a Dad, surfing, paddleboarding, running, cycling, swimming, triathlon events and travelling. David enjoys being a board member because, as a former civics teacher, he taught his students to give back to their communities by volunteering and performing a civic duty. He believes that being a board member provides him with this opportunity for his community. He is also very proud of the district and loves to help in any way.