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Jean Inzerillo

Jean Inzerillo was born in Rockville Centre, New York on Aug. 15, 1964. She attended CW Post College in Brookville, NY. Jean married Samuel Inzerillo in January 1990. They moved to Nashua in 2002 when Sam transferred to the corporate office of Kronos Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass. as a Software Engineer. The Inzerillos have three children; Theresa, Brian and Christopher. Jean and Sam became members of St. Joseph the Worker Parish in 2006.

Since moving to Nashua, Jean has immersed herself in doing everything and anything she can "to make a difference to our students, parents, teachers and our complete Pennichuck community," a direct quote from Principal Lynn Joseph of Pennichuck Middle School.

Jean’s community volunteerism includes:

  • 2 years, Library Volunteer at Pennichuck Middle School

  • 1 year, PTO Volunteer Coordinator at PMS. A Volunteer Coordinator assists teachers with copying, planning events for their classrooms, helps with fundraising. Last year, she took over the magazine drive collecting orders, handing out prizes and worked with the distributor.

  • President of the PTO at PMS. Hosts meetings for parents, has organized parents to clean yard and landscape, and has organized teacher luncheons.

  • 6 Years Running the Mileage Club Program at Charlotte Avenue School

  • 6 Years as Volunteer Coordinator at CAS. Jean continued in this capacity even after her children were no longer attending this school.

  • 5 Years as the Cookie Mom for Girl Scout Troop 11026

  • 4 years as Awards Chair and Secretary for Cub Scout Pack 19

  • 4 years as Team Mom for Cal Ripken Little League Baseball

  • 4 years as volunteer handing out schedules to incoming students at Nashua North High School

Jean’s volunteerism at St. Joseph the Worker Parish includes 6 years as a teacher in the GIFT program (10 a.m. Mass) and 4 years as a teacher in the Summer Faith Formation Program.

Jean has modeled herself after her Mom, Barbara Candeloro, and has followed in her footsteps to do all she can for the school community. This includes the students, teachers, and parents.

Jean is currently working part-time as a Para-Professional in the Library at Pennichuck Middle School.

Our parish gratefully recognizes all that Jean has done and continues to do to build up God’s Kingdom among us and we ask God’s blessings upon her and her family.

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