Connors & Rumpf Highlight Gove’s Background in Education & Public Service as Ideal Choice
Assemblywoman DiAnne Gove has been named to the New Jersey Historical Commission, a State agency dedicated to the advancement of public knowledge and preservation of New Jersey history.
Gove taught American History and Government at her Alma Mater, Southern Regional High School, for more than 30 years. The Assemblywoman is also a proud and active member of the Great John Mathis Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), a volunteer women’s service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America’s future through better education for children.
“New Jersey has a rich and impactful history that, I believe, educators and public servants have an obligation to preserve and promote. This includes, but is certainly not limited to, the state’s pivotal role in the Revolutionary War, the event which forged our great nation and led to American Exceptionalism,” remarked Assemblywoman Gove.
“As an educator, I proudly dedicated the majority of my professional life to teaching our youth about the founding principles and values upon which America was built. Looking back, I found that many of my students were proud of their national heritage and understood they had a civic responsibility necessary for our form of government to properly function as intended by the Founding Fathers.”
“Drawing upon my experience in both public education and elective office, I’m enthusiastic and very much looking forward to carrying out my duties as a member of the New Jersey Historical Commission.”
Senator Christopher Connors and Assemblyman Brian Rumpf, who serve with Assemblywoman Gove in representing the 9th Legislative District, made the following comments:
“DiAnne is eminently qualified to serve as a member of the New Jersey Historical Commission given her distinguished career in public education. Anyone who knows DiAnne understands how proud she is of New Jersey and how quick she is to promote our state’s rightfully prominent place in America’s storied history.
“Serving on the Commission will also allow DiAnne to more effectively represent the interests of our constituents to whom it is important that the next generation be instilled with an understanding of our nation’s cherished core values, which can be taught effectively through New Jersey’s distinctive history.”
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