New Camden Mayor Frank Moran Being Sworn in Friday

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Friday evening will mark the official start of Camden Mayor Frank Moran's first term.

Camden County Freeholder Jeffrey Nash will be the master of ceremonies for the 48th swearing in ceremony of the new mayor of Camden, which will take place at the Antioch Baptist Church in Camden City at 5 p.m., Friday, January 12th. 

In addition, new council members will be sworn in as well.  

Mayor Francisco "Frank" Moran was elected mayor in November 2017 and officially took the oath of office as the 48th Mayor of the City of Camden on January 1st, 2018.
Mayor Moran is a life-long resident of Camden, he is a product of its public school system and is a former City employee. He is committed to moving the City forward — to reignite its place as a strong economic, cultural and governmental player in the region.

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Moran resides in East Camden with his wife, Ivette. He has two children: Ashley, the mother of his two grandchildren; and Francisco Jr., who proudly served in the United States Air Force and currently works in law enforcement.
Mayor Moran is a member and Board Trustee of The Lion of Judah, Assemblies of God Church, which is a bilingual (Spanish and English) Bible-based, Christ-centered church.

He has travelled with his Church to several states and countries, including Nicaragua, providing much needed service ministries to greatly impoverished communities.
Moran served on City Council from 1997 to 2017, where he was Council President for eight years before becoming Mayor. He also served as the Director of the Camden County Public Works and Director of Camden County Parks Departments where he was responsible for overseeing significant parks improvements projects.  

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