FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 21, 2014 (908) 347-5969
Contact: Nick Fixmer, Exec. Dir. Union County Democrats

Union County Democratic Chairman Jerry Green:
‘Ralph Froehlich was and will remain a legend in Union County.’

Sunday, July 27
2:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Courthouse Rotunda
Union County Courthouse
2 Broad Street, Elizabeth

Monday, July 28
9:30 am
Krowicki McCracken Funeral Home
2124 East Saint George Avenue, Linden

Monday, July 28
10:30 am
St. Mary of the Assumption Parish
155 Washington Avenue, Elizabeth

Monday, July 28
St. Gertrude Cemetery
53 Inman Avenue, Woodbridge Township

(PLAINFIELD) The following statement was release by Union County Democratic Chairman Jerry Green following the passing of Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich on Sunday, July 20th

Union-Sheriff-Froehlich“It is with profound sadness that we note the passing of a legend in Union County, Sheriff Ralph Froehlich. Words simply fail to adequately describe the impact Ralph had on the safety of residents in Union County and New Jersey. His tenacious dedication to expanding child safety programs, developing state-of-the-art anti-terrorism techniques, and advocating for tough gun control measures are but only a few of his amazing accomplishments. All combined, these efforts led him to being internationally recognized as one of the most prolific law enforcement innovators to serve the public.

For decades, Union County Democrats pointed with pride at Ralph Froehlich as an example of our best mixture of professionalism, dedication, and humanity. He will be forever remembered as a hard- working, compassionate public servant who put our public safety above all else. He had already achieved legendary status while still in office, and he will keep it in perpetuity.

I will dearly miss my friend and colleague, Ralph Froehlich. The thoughts and prayers of Democrats across Union County are with Marlene Froehlich and all of Ralph’s family.”