Baguchinsky Takes Seat On Middlesex County Vo-Tech School Board

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Stanley J. Baguchinsky

Stanley J. Baguchinsky

MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Stanley J. Baguchinsky of South Brunswick has joined the Board of Education of the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools.

Appointed by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Baguchinsky attended his first meeting on March 14.

“I was glad to be asked to join this school board because I’ve always been a big supporter of the vo-tech system,” he said. “Here in Middlesex County, they’re doing such great things. I’m happy to be involved.”

In addition to committee assignments, Baguchinsky was appointed as the board’s liaison to the New Jersey School Boards Association and the Middlesex County School Boards Association by board president John F. Bicsko Jr. of Milltown.

“I welcome Mr. Baguchinsky to the board,” said Bicsko, who has been board president for six years. “I’m sure he will be a strong advocate for the education of our students.”

Baguchinsky is a businessman who has an associate’s degree from Ocean County College and a bachelor’s degree from William Paterson University. He started his career in sales and was the owner of a specialty printing company, Franklin Press Inc. in Moonachie, for 24 years. Since selling his company in 2009, he has been a national account manager for Sato Labeling Solutions America Inc., which is headquartered in Romeoville, Ill.

A resident of the Dayton section of South Brunswick, Baguchinsky has been active in the community, including as a coach of youth sports. He is a member of Moose Lodge 263 and an associate member of South Brunswick Lodge 51 of the Fraternal Order of Police.

Baguchinsky will serve an unexpired term through Oct. 31.

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