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Our Roster - Individual Supporters

Why is it important to be Man Enough to be a Girl Scout? It's important because there aren't enough men who support the Girl Scout mission, a mission to help girls become women of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

That has to change. Only 10 percent of fathers publicly support their daughters' Girl Scout activities. Men should support Girl Scouts the same way that they support their sons' activities and the same way Girl Scouts' mothers support their sons' activities. 

The following men are part of the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore's 2016 Man Enough To Be A Girl Scout Campaign. No matter how many names we have, this list is still too short. Talk to the men you know about the importance of becoming involved. Join the Man Enough to be a Girl Scout initiative today.

  • Michael Antico
  • Michael Artigas
  • Michael Ayers
  • Michael Baldino
  • Ken Ballin
  • Walter Bass
  • Anthony Beck
  • Pablo Bedetti
  • Peter Blum
  • Robert Boyle
  • Steven Brady
  • Ryan Brehm
  • Peter Brennan
  • David Bromiley
  • William Burns
  • Terence Burns Dyson
  • Brandon Cadalzo
  • Kenneth Caffrey
  • Victor Cagno
  • Al Caporaso
  • Jeff Cappettta
  • Doug Catanzarite
  • Eric Chandler
  • Michael Ciaburri
  • Joshua Cohen
  • Kevin Collins
  • Brian Currid
  • Michael Curry
  • Robert D'Amico
  • Joe D'Aria
  • Ronald Denig
  • William Dillinger
  • Harry Disbrow
  • Mike Donahue
  • William Drach
  • John Dunne
  • James Eccles
  • John Egan
  • Jeremy Eisenberg
  • Michael Emitt
  • Sandy Feder
  • Paul Fisher
  • anthony Frazier
  • Patrick Gallagher
  • Brad Hagar
  • Charles Hage
  • Arslan Hanjra
  • Andre Hewitt
  • Ronny Holmes
  • Michael Hovance
  • Brian Hurley
  • William Hyer
  • Adam Italiano
  • Emmanuel Itzol
  • Mark James
  • Robert Jeffers
  • Daniel Kalemba
  • Marshall King
  • Eric Kolber
  • Karl Koovits
  • Jeff Krohn
  • Alexander Krosnowski
  • James Lennon
  • Michael Leviton
  • Anthony Macri
  • Dan Maksel
  • Eugene Makulinski
  • Matthew Mallen
  • Patrick Malone
  • Carmelo Manetta
  • Seth Margulies
  • Anthony Matthews
  • PJ McCarthy
  • Kevin McCauley
  • Edward McFadden
  • Luis Mendez
  • Robert Michalowski
  • Richard Micliz
  • Tony Middlecoop
  • Tom Miller
  • Chuck Mount
  • Nicholas Murray
  • Evan Naylor
  • Joseph Neault
  • Shawn Nelson
  • Thomas Ng
  • Kerry Nichols
  • Adrian Novio
  • John O'Connor
  • Stephen O'Hare
  • David Olmeda
  • Rob Onofrietti
  • Derek Orth
  • Michael Palumbo
  • Malcolm Parker
  • Ron Parry
  • Frank Pease
  • Craig Perucki
  • Scott Peterka
  • Bill Peterson
  • Paul Petti
  • Mark Ping
  • Jason Plewa
  • Andrew Prokop
  • Chris Raimann
  • Raymond Regan
  • David Reimer
  • Adam Rhein
  • Jay Rhine
  • James Risden
  • Arthur Rone
  • George Rowe
  • Paul Santoro
  • Robert Sanzari
  • Brian Schrader
  • Richard Sebolt
  • Ralph Seda
  • Grover Shutes
  • Jeff Silverman
  • Gerard Skelly
  • Kurt Steimle
  • David Stout
  • William Strain
  • Christopher Street
  • Dave Supino
  • Stephen Tatarka
  • Paul Tava
  • Sean Tibbs
  • Christian Tuttle
  • John Tym
  • John Volk
  • Gary Watson
  • David Wecker
  • Brian Welch
  • Kevin Wicinski
  • Mitch Wilson
  • Thomas Yurcisin

We also have a growing list of corporate sponsors. Please support these businesses in our community and encourage others to join them in making our world a better place for all girls.

Our Roster - Business Supporters

It's not just women and parents who care about the future success of young girls. Everyone is invested in the success of girls, the same way they're invested in the success of boys. If you ask them, they'll tell you they are. We want them to also join our Man Enough to be a Girl Scout initiative so their voice joins ours in saying it publicly.

Through Man Enough, we're increasing public awareness and community support. We're being different and getting attention. We're Girl Scouts. People love our cookies. They don't know about our power... or our attitude. But they're learning.

The following businesses are part of the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore's Man Enough To Be A Girl Scout Campaign. Until every business in Monmouth and Ocean Counties is on this list, this list is too short. Talk to the business leaders you know - men and women - about the importance of becoming involved. Join the Man Enough to be a Girl Scout initiative today.

  • Adam Birder, Creative Click Media
  • Philip Brilliant, Brilliant Environmental Services LLC
  • Douglas Camburn, John E. Camburn & Son, Inc.
  • Domenick Carino
  • James Daly, Urner Barry
  • Richard Damerau, ASAP Blinds
  • Jim DeAngelis, Lakewood BlueClaws
  • Jeff Gerstenblatt, Gerstenblatt Law
  • James Golden, Roelyn Litho
  • Eric Graziano, Iplay America
  • Jeremy Grunin, Grunin Properties
  • Thomas Halpin, Tom Halpin Enterprises
  • Tom Hayes, New Jersey Natural Gas
  • John Jungsberger, Giant Sports International
  • Kevin Keane, Guaranteed Rate
  • Roger Keil, Brunswick Mobility
  • Kris King, eVideo Productions
  • Jeff Krohn, Enfuse Environmental
  • Lawrence Krompier, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
  • Dr. Jon Larson, Ocean County College
  • Mike Little, Keller Williams Real Estate
  • Chief Mitchell Little, Toms River Police Department
  • Gary Lotano
  • Matthew Lotano
  • Patrick Migliaccio, New Jersey Resources
  • Gary Miles, Self-Employed Plumber
  • Kristy Pantano, Speech Pathology Solutions, LLC
  • Trian Parlapanides, Central Regional School District
  • Frank Debby Pease, P&R Hood Cleaning
  • John Pejoski, Jackson Township PBA Local #168
  • Jonathan Petro, Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks
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  • Robert Rosetti, About New Jersey.com
  • Matt Schneider
  • James Sheridan, Essential Power LLC
  • Sam Soprano, C&A Financial Group
  • Dan Turi, Servpro of Eatontown
  • Ben Waldron, Monmouth Ocean Development Council
  • Kevin Williams, WOBM / Shore Sports Network

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More Than Baseball
Reduced priced tickets. Networking Opportunities. Father/Daughter events. We have them. Are you man enough to participate?

Upcoming Events

The Man Enough program creates opportunities for fathers to spend meaningful time with their daughters and other family members. Below is a list of upcoming activities.

We Have Her Back

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    You Are Man Enough

    Congratulations, you're ready to take advantage of benefits that come from the Man Enough To Be A Girl Scout campaign. If you have not already registered to be Man Enough you can do that and claim your benefit here as well. If you're the father of an active Girl Scout, you can join for $25. If you're a business leader - man or woman - your business can join this important initiative for only $50. The benefits are the same for both groups and every business sponsorship comes with a membership for one individual as well.

    Sign up to show your support using the form below.



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Why Man Enough?

The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore created its Man Enough campaign in an effort to involve more fathers and business leaders in the lives of all girls, especially Girl Scouts. While all fathers and business leaders privately support girls and the idea they can become anything, public involvement in making that ideal a reality lags far behind the support boys receive while participating in similar activities.