Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery Donates $75,000 For Hurricane Sandy Relief

LINDEN — The Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery in Linden donated $75,000 to officials at City Hall yesterday. Carol Ziegler, Bayway Public Affairs Manager, and Mary Phillips, Bayway Community Relations Coordinator, met with Mayor Richard Gerbounka, Police Chief Sal Bivona, and Fire Chief Joe Rizzo, and presented them with checks for $25,000 each. The Mayor accepted $25,000 on behalf of the Linden Interfaith Network for Community Service, Inc. (L.I.N.C.S.) food pantry Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.

“Phillips 66 Values of Safety. Honor. Commitment. were put into action during and after the super storm that affected our neighbors in the community,” said Carol Ziegler. “Bayway Refinery is proud to assist with these donations made possible through Phillips 66 Disaster Relief Fund.”

Gerbounka added, “I am extremely appreciative of Phillips 66 generosity and this goes to show what a good corporate neighbor they are in the city of Linden.”


From left: Police Chief Sal Bivona, Carol Ziegler, Mayor Richard Gerbounka, Mary Phillips, and Fire Chief Joe Rizzo (Photo courtesy of Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery)

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