More than 190 ShopRite associates, who embody Inserra Supermarkets’ 59-year commitment to customer service, quality excellence and community, were recently honored for a combined 2,835 years of distinguished service. Each of the honorees, who are employed at the Mahwah, N.J.-based company’s 22 stores throughout New Jersey and New York, were recently recognized for their milestone anniversaries, ranging from 5 to 50 years of service.
“Our associates are the backbone of Inserra Supermarkets. They are the ones on the front lines, in the stock rooms, at the registers and on the floor, who are taking care of our customers each and every day,” said Lawrence Inserra, Jr., president and CEO. “These outstanding men and women are the secret to our past, current and future success. I applaud them for making it all happen, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.”
Conger’s Christian O’Neill was honored for five years, George C. Nicklaus for 25 years, and Louise Sarvaideo for 35 years; Garnerville’s Dyana R. Ducasse for 10 years; Haverstraw’s Richard Goldberg for 10 years and Mary E. Gray for 30 years; Hillburn’s Tadeusz J. Sobilo for five years; Hillcrest’s Marie Noisette Florian for 10 years; Monsey’s Dennis G. Bauder and Anounoune J. Zulme for five years; Nanuet’s Boslan Noel and Michael J. Usefof for five years, New City’s Benjamin J. Mircica and Matthew A. Sicherman for five years; and Toni Corts for 35 years; Nyack’s Andrew Reale for five years; Palisades’ Carolyn Porpiglia for five years; Pearl River’s Eddie Lee Gentry for 25 years and Joseph Cuti for 35 years; Pomona’s Ivonette D. Myers for five years; Spring Valley’s Gerard Borgard for 5 years, Omar A. Rodriguez for 10 years, and Cebien Pierre for 20 years; Sparkill’s Filberto Godinez for five years; Suffern’s Irma Cadillo and Christopher M. Dimartino for 10 years; Tappan’s Madeline C. Italiano for 20 years; Thiells’ Laura Mariotti for 30 years; West Haverstraw’s Kelly A. Markus for five years, Lannie E. Dickerson for 10 years, Mark Wilson for 20 years, Fazal Popal for 25 years, and Bridget Markus for 30 years.
Established in 1954 by Patsy Inserra as a privately held business, Inserra Supermarkets remains true to its roots as a family-owned grocery chain committed to serving the communities in which its stores are located.