First Assistant Morris County Counsel W. Randall Bush Announces Retirement

After 27 years of impressive service to Morris County, First Assistant Counsel W. Randall Bush has announced his retirement. The retirement was recognized at the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholder’s Meeting on September 26, 2018 with a proclamation thanking Mr. Bush for all that he has done for the county. In addition, Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp presented Mr. Bush with a plaque honoring his exemplary service and the gratitude of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office.

As Morris County’s First Assistant Counsel, Mr. Bush managed all legal matters for the county including representing the county in litigation and providing a legal perspective for all major projects in Morris County. He has also played a major role in numerous significant projects over his 27 years in Morris County and the county is ultimately a better place because of his efforts.

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp said, “It is an honor and a pleasure to have been able to call Randy a colleague during his tenure in Morris County. His dedication to the people of Morris County will truly be missed”.

First Assistant Morris County Counsel W. Randall Bush Announces Retirement
From left to right: Freeholder Kathryn DeFillippo, Freeholder Director Douglas Cabana, Freeholder Deborah Smith, Prosecutor Fredric Knapp, First Assistant Counsel W. Randall Bush, Freeholder Heather Darling, Freeholder Thomas Mastrangelo, MCPO Chief of Staff Daniel Pfeiffer, and First Assistant Prosecutor Tom Zelante.

Inquiries concerning this press release should be directed to Public Information Officer Peter DiGennaro at [email protected] or 973-829-8159.