William Conforti, a longtime resident of Warren County and a former councilman in Hackettstown, currently lives in Washington. He served on Hackettstown’s town council for 14 years, retiring in 2015. He also served several years on the town’s planning board, and also served on the Hackettstown Committee for Crime Prevention for 20 years, an organization that has been a big supporter of the DARE program. DARE funds many activities for youth, including dances and pool parties.
As a businessman, Bill worked as an information services manager for 42 years, 30 at New York Life Insurance Company, and then with another company out of Texas.
Bill has always had a special interest in promoting drug prevention and awareness in children.
This is an opportunity to give back to the community some more. The FGC has been under the radar, for the most part, and I want to help bring better awareness of what they do in the community. They offer a lot of programs and services that can help people in need. With my experience in local government as well as in business and my contacts, I feel I can bring some things to the table that will be helpful overall.