The Kelaher Years As Toms River’s public information officer, Santoriello’s job duties included preparing press releases and responding to inquiries from the media, the opposite of what she did during her career as a reporter with the and other outlets.
Despite not having a background in PR, she excelled.
“I knew that my uncle was in the mob, and I knew that that meant that they were friends.” While working as a journalist, Angela uncovered stories that centered on the activities of several prominent Ocean County Republican leaders, a factor that she said led to her hiring due to the potential of her work being perceived as a threat to the Ocean County political establishment. Angela told us that her first encounter with the influential Ocean County Republican chairman was while she was writing for the now-defunct Santoriello claimed that Mr.
Gilmore would frequently call up to complain about headlines written in the newspaper that referenced him, and she was forced to defer his complaints to her editor, who she said wrote the headlines that offended Gilmore.
“George Gilmore created the public information officer position for me personally,” Santoriello said.
“That position never even existed before I came along.” “I made a deal with Gilmore,” she would later recall.
“I sold my soul once to George Gilmore,” she said, the price she paid for taking the township job.
“He knew what he was doing, but I knew what I was doing, too,” she added.While every effort is made to be as accurate as possible, errors and omissions may occur.In addition, the census of any particular card can and does change as new cards are graded and/or discovered.From his game-winning home run in the 1941 All-Star Game to slugging one over the fence in his final career at-bat, Williams had a flair for the dramatic.In 1966, after leaving baseball fans with so many memorable moments, Williams was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.