Donald J. Cammus
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Military Service: United States Marine Corps
Dates: June 24, 1968 to June 23, 1970
Rank: Sergeant (E5)
After serving two years of active duty, Don earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education at Trenton State College and his Master of Public Administration degree at Rutgers. He earned the professional titles of Certified Public Manager, Certified Government Financial Manager, and Enrolled Agent (enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service). He also earned a New Jersey teaching certificate covering accounting, general business, and information systems upon his graduation from Trenton State College.
Don served as an adjunct faculty member of the Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Administrative Science. He was an instructor in the Master of Administrative Science curriculum from 2001 to 2014 leading courses including: Financial Administration, Financing Community Development, Health Care Finance, Sports Administration Finance, and Ethics & Public Values. He has also served as an instructor in the New Jersey Certified Public Manager Program Levels IV, V, and VI courses, and he provided mentoring for new CPM Program instructors.
His academic accomplishments include the development and implementation of three internet-based graduate level courses for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Administrative Science. He also served as a member of Rutgers University’s Governmental Accounting Advisory Board; the New Jersey Human Resource Development Institute’s Advisory Board; as Treasurer of the Certified Public Managers Society of NJ; and, he has contributed numerous articles published by and through the Trenton Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants.
Serving mostly with the New Jersey Department of Labor, Mr. Cammus concluded a career of 28 years in NJ State government in 2003. His roles in state government included auditing, grant administration, financial management, business process analysis, and administrative policy formulation and implementation.
Along with his wife Ann, Don owns and operates an income tax preparation service. He has provided professional consultations in accounting and tax matters, grant administration, program efficiency and effectiveness evaluation, and organizational development to private, governmental, and not-for-profit sector organizations. Don is a founding and charter member of the Roebling Museum and served as catalyst for its formation in 2007 and was the Museum’s Treasurer from then through 2017.
He is presently the Treasurer of the Florence Township Board of Education and Treasurer of the Roebling Historical Society. He was recently appointed to the Armed Forces Heritage Museum’s Executive Board as Financial Officer.
He actively participates in several professional organizations and generously volunteers his time and resources to various community service activities including providing pro bono tax services for elderly, disabled, and indigent residents of Burlington County; and tax and regulatory reporting compliance guidance for local grass-roots community based non-profit organizations.
Don has been a resident of Florence since 1986. His wife Ann and he have five children and four grandchildren. When not doing their professional or community services work, Don and Ann enjoy traveling, attending plays, sporting events, golfing, reading, or just relaxing at Long Beach Island.