Lillian Bertolino was born and raised in Newark N.J. Her family later moved to Irvington N.J. where she attended Irvington High School. After graduation she moved with her family to South Orange, N.J. where she attended Essex College of Business in Newark, N.J. and graduated with a degree in Medical Assistant. Lillian was employed at St. Barnabas Medical Center for two years and then worked in a Cardiologist office for several years before getting married. She married her husband Joseph and moved to East Hanover N.J. and has two children Joseph and Patricia and has lived in East Hanover for over 25 years. Since that time both children are married with children and Lillian has five grandchildren. She has since returned to the Medical Field and is currently employed with MUSSO CHIROPRACTIC CENTER in East Hanover, N.J. as a receptionist / Medical Assistant.
Ceil DiMarzio has lived in East Hanover for 32 years with her husband, Frank, and her three children. A graduate of Montclair State College with a BA in Psychology, she attended St. Elizabeth’s College on the graduate level where she obtained a Teachers’ Certification. She taught Language Arts in Passaic, NJ for the last 15 years. Ceil’s three children, Nicole, Christine, and Frank live in NJ and have families of their own, Ceil has joined the team of MUSSO CHIROPRACTIC CENTER as a new venture recently and looks forward to serving patients and learning new skills.
Francine Serra moved to East Hanover with her husband Raymond and their daughter in 1977. She has worked for Dr. Musso part-time for many years, enjoying the friendly, family-type, office that Dr. Musso has maintained throughout the years. Francine has a degree from Delcor Academy, as well as a basic degree from the American Institute of Banking. She also holds a full-time position with the Township.
Bonnie Konen has lived in East Hanover 41 years with her husband Roger and their 3 children. She is also a proud grandmother of 3. She has worked for Prudential Ins Co of Newark for 10 years as accounts payable supervisor, and Newsweek Magazine of Mountain Lakes for 24 years in various positions from Fulfillment to payroll and facilities assistant manager. She is now retired and enjoying working for “Dr. Joe” in his friendly family practice.