Morris County Prosecutor's Office Salutes Military Veterans in Their Ranks
The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, under the guidance of Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll, has continued the tradition of commemorating Veterans Day, paying homage to those who transitioned from military to law enforcement careers. On November 14, 2023, a special ceremony was held where Prosecutor Carroll and his command staff acknowledged the valor and dedication of their team members who are U.S. Military Veterans.
This year's celebration was marked by the recognition of Christopher Cannon, a recent addition to the Prosecutor’s Office as a detective and a U.S. Air Force Veteran. He was honored with a certificate of recognition for his exemplary service.
The list of honorees reflects a diverse array of military backgrounds, including members from the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. These individuals have demonstrated a remarkable commitment to serving their country and community in multiple capacities.
The following list identifies each member, and the respective military branch in which they served:
Chief of Staff Daniel Pfeiffer - U.S. Army
Chief Robert McNally - U.S. Marine Corps
Captain Harrison Dillard - U.S. Army
Detective Supervisor Christopher Vanadia - U.S. Army
Lieutenant Michael Gomez - U.S. Army
Sergeant Jimmy Atoche - U.S. Army
Detective Supervisor Joseph Ellis - U.S. Army
Detective Supervisor Muhammad Thomas - U.S. Marine Corps
Assistant Prosecutor Julian Hill - U.S. Army
Detective Janet Thai - U.S. Marine Corps
Lieutenant Edward Jones - U.S. Air Force
Sergeant Robert McDermott - U.S. Coast Guard
Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Francine Ehrenberg - U.S. Army
Detective Edward Mitreuter - U.S. Marine Corps
Assistant Prosecutor Robert Preziosi - U.S. Army
Director Al Imperiale (Deceased) - U.S. Army
Agent John Jespersen - U.S. Marine Corps
Detective Anthony Del Viscovo - U.S. Air Force
Detective Owen M. Curry - U.S. Marine Corps
Detective Thomas McEnroe - U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
Detective Dakota Keyworth - U.S. Army
Detective Christopher Cannon - U.S. Air Force
Prosecutor Carroll said, “The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office continues to recognize and support our military veterans who have chosen service before self, and after serving our Country, many have moved on to pursue law enforcement careers to continue this selfless approach to life.”
This annual recognition not only honors the individual contributions of these veterans but also serves as a reminder of the significant role they play in the fabric of our local law enforcement community.