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Sussex County TRIAD distributes 1,000th wristband

Sheriff Michael F. Strada announces program milestone.

Sheriff Strada is pleased to announce that the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office/TRIAD organization recently distributed its 1,000th wristband.

Ms. Eunice Howley of Andover Township was the recipient of the organization’s 1,000th wristband which marks a program milestone since its inception in April of 2014.

Sussex County TRIAD provides black and gold silicone wristbands, free of charge to senior citizens of Sussex County, which are engraved with the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office name and telephone number along with a registration number. The registration number corresponds to emergency contact information which can be provided to a first responder within Sussex County identifying the citizen in need who may be unable to communicate with the responder.

Several businesses and individual donors are sponsoring the cost of the program. The successful implementation of this program was made possible, in large part, thanks to the generous donations of the following Sussex County businesses.

  • The Senior Quality of Life Foundation

  • Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home

  • Smith-McCracken Funeral Home

  • Arthur J. Gallagher & Company - George Morville

  • The Mitchell Agency

  • The Hampton Diner

  • Deacon Homes

If you are interested in learning more about the TRIAD program or are interested in sponsoring the wristband program, please contact Hilary Manser at the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office at 973.579.0850, ext. 2114.

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