Ken  D'Andrea - Ken is a life-long Evesham resident, he grew up in Brush Hollow, attended Jaggard Elementary School, Marlton Middle and Cherokee High School.  Upon graduation, Ken attended Lehigh University and received his BS in Electrical Engineering then went on to receive his Masters from the University of Pennsylvania.  Ken is married to Laurie and they have raised two children, a son and daughter who are also products of the Marlton and Cherokee school systems.  A long time executive in the telecommunications industry, he retired, and started a second professional career in the healthcare industry where he focuses on patient and provider engagement to improve health outcomes and patient satisfaction.  Ken brings a wealth of experience to the council as a senior member, he understands the behind the scenes work that is necessary to bring ideas to life within the town.  Ken has over 30 years of service within Evesham, he is seeking re-election as his leadership, experience and execution of ideas has served Evesham well over the last 11 years.

Here is a little more about Ken and his background:

Lehigh University - Graduate

University of Pennsylvania - Masters

Cherokee Academic Hall of Fame - Original Inductee

Evesham Town Council - See Press Release for Ken's Council accomplishments

Evesham Township Planning Board

Evesham Celebrations Foundation (July 4th Celebration, Fall Fest, Winterfest, Taste of Evesham)

Evesham Township Volunteer of the Year Award

Marlton Recreation Council - (Coach, Executive Board, Trustee, Treasurer)

Marlton Soccer - Former Commissioner

St. Joan of Arc Parish 

Marlton Sons and Daughter of Italy - Lodge 2315

Lee's Tae Kwon Do - Former Instructor

Cherokee Boys Booster Club


Stephen Fortino - Steve has been a Marlton Resident for 51 years also growing up in Brush Hollow and that is where he met Ken.  Steve is a product of the Evesham Township School system, attending Beeler, Evans (when it was a middle school) and was a member of the first class to go 4 full years through the new Cherokee High School.  Steve graduated Villanova University and received his MBA from St. Joe's University.  Upon graduation Steve returned home to Marlton.  Steve is married to Debbie, a former Willingboro resident and after getting married, Steve convinced Debbie that Marlton was the place to live.  Steve and Debbie have been married for 32 years.  They raised their 3 daughters, all products of the Evesham Township School System and Cherokee High School as well.  Steve has Evesham/Marlton in his blood and has put his mark on our town through the over 30 years of volunteer work here in Evesham.  He has demonstrated stability and loyalty by working for the same healthcare company for 36 years.  He has over 30 years of leading successful teams, negotiating, relationship building and managing through many complex personnel issues.  Steve's goal is to keep partisan politics out of Marlton and make good decisions for the residents of Evesham that will impact us today and in the future.

Here is a little background on Steve's Education and Community Service:

Villanova University - Graduate

St. Joe's University - MBA

Cherokee High School Academic Hall of Fame - Original Inductee

Marlton Recreation Council - 50 years of experience as a player, coach, trainer in multiple sports

Marlton Recreation Council - Coaching Hall of Fame (October 2020 induction)

Evesham Education Foundation - Original Member

Board of Directors - Kings Grant Open Space Association

Board of Directors - Arthritis Foundation of New Jersey

Chair and Emcee (7years)  - Jingle Bell Run - Largest Themed 5K run in South Jersey

Chair (6 years) - Arthritis Foundation Walk

Evesham Townhship Plannng Board

St. Joan of Arc Parish

Fundraising Chair - Marlton Playground (Raised $120,000 vs. goal of $75,000)

Relay For Life Executive Board

Volunteer Coach - Cherokee High School Girls Soccer Program - 15 years

Marlton Soccer Tournament - Director (First 4 years)

Sponsor - CHOP Crohn's and Colitis Walk


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    D'Andrea and Fortino

    For Evesham Town Council

    It's About Evesham

    November 3rd, 2020

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