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    From March 12th to May 21st, the Ford Mansion, Washington's Headquarters Museum, Jockey Hollow Visitor Center and Wick House will be closed on Wednesdays. This does not effect confirmed school groups. All park grounds will remain open. More »

Our Staff & Offices

N A M E / T I T L E / P H O N E / E M A I L

Thomas Ross
Superintendent 973-539-2016 x 200/ e-mail us

Anne DeGraaf
Management Assistant 973-539-2016 x 201/ e-mail us

Sheila Hamilton
Administrative Officer 973-539-2016 x207/
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Claudia Mosquera
Administrative Technician 973-539-2016 x209/ e-mail us

Jude Pfister
Chief of Cultural Resources 973-539-2016 x204/ e-mail us

Joni Rowe
Museum Specialist 973-539-2016 x203/ e-mail us

Sarah Minegar
Museum Technician 973-539-2016 x215/ e-mail us

Brian Brodhead
Maintenance Supervisor 973-539-5498 / e-mail us

Wade Miller
Maintenance Mechanic 973-539-4608/ e-mail us

Gerald Molnar
Painter 973-267-5911/ e-mail us

Kevin Scheirer
Maintenance Worker 973-267-5911/ e-mail us


Chief of Interpretation 973-539-2016 x206/

Eric Olsen
Park Ranger 973-285-0126 / e-mail us

Thomas Winslow
Park Ranger 973-285-0126/ e-mail us

Kevin Hanley
Park Ranger 973-539-2016 x210/ e-mail us

Pamela Dobben
Park Guide 973-539-2016 x210/ e-mail us

John Hazel
Park Guide 973-539-2016 x210/ e-mail us

Kim Watts
Park Guide 973-539-2016 x210/ e-mail us

Andy Danneker
Park Guide 973-539-2016 x210/ e-mail us

Law Enforcement
Tim Socha
Chief Ranger 973-543-7958/ e-mail us

Peter Leon
Park Ranger, Law Enforcement 973-543-7958/ e-mail us

Andrew Ginrich
Park Ranger, Law Enforcement 973-543-7958/ e-mail us

John Castaldo
Park Ranger, Law Enforcement 973-543-7958/ e-mail us

Natural Resources
Robert Masson
Biologist 908-766-6841 / e-mail us

All inquires can be made by sending them to:
Morristown National Historical Park
30 Washington Place
Morristown, NJ 07960

Did You Know?

boston massacre engraving

John Adams defended the British soldiers accused of murder after the Boston Massacre so well, that a Massachusetts jury found six of the eight not guilty by reason of self defense. Two were found guilty of manslaughter.