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Dan Kilkeary

Fair Haven:  Umpire Coordinator

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Dan and his wife, Toni, moved to Fair Haven in 2013 with their three children Will, Ellie, and Mae (now 9, 7 and 6, respectively). The move was a bit unconventional as they relocated from Pittsburgh, PA rather than more traditional spots like NYC or Hoboken. In fact, Toni never saw the house they bought in Fair Haven until they arrived with the moving van. With almost no initial knowledge of the town, they have settled into the community. Dan has been active with Fair Haven Baseball the last 3 years coaching Rec and travel teams. Toni is involved with the WEforum, Fair Haven PTA, teaches CCD at Church of Nativity, and works full time supporting our family of 5.  Dan was a pitcher for Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania earning a PSAC Conference Championship, NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship, and played in the Division II College World Series. He later earned an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. Dan now works for Jetcraft buying and selling corporate aircraft from his office in Atlantic Highlands.

Greg Shields

Little Silver:  Player Agent

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Derek Fisher

Shrewsbury: Vice President

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Derek moved to Rumson when he was three years old and has been a lifelong resident of the Two River Little League (TRLL) communities.  He attended Dean Porter, Forrestdale and Rumson Fair Haven (RFH) Regional High School, graduating in 1987.  Derek played three years of varsity baseball at RFH followed by four years of Division I baseball at Bucknell University.  He graduated from Bucknell with a Civil Engineering Degree and then went on to Monmouth University and earned his MBA.  Mr. Fisher is a Regional Manager for Kleinfelder, a $400M engineering firm with offices throughout the US, Canada and Australia.  Mr. Fisher was named to the Board of Directors at Kleinfelder in 2015 and currently serves on the compensation and litigation committees.  Derek married a lifelong resident of Little Silver, Malinda McNally.  He and Malinda currently live in Shrewsbury with their two children, Ryan (9) and Kylie (11), both of whom enjoy playing baseball and softball respectively within the TRLL program.  Derek contributes much time to youth sports in the area including coaching the Jersey Shore Hurricanes travel baseball team as well as his daughters basketball team.

David Hendrickson

Rumson:  League Information Officer

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David is a life-long resident of Rumson, NJ.  He attended Deane Porter, Forestdale and graduated from RFH in 1993.  While attending RFH he played multiple sports but lettered in Varsity Baseball, Basketball, and Track and Field. He attended the University of Central Florida, graduating with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice/Sociology.  After college he came back to his roots and began working for the family business, where his efforts continue to this day (Custom Apparel and Promotional Products Industry). David has been involved in producing a wide range of custom items to recreations departments, booster clubs, schools, teams, and corporations, to name a few. He has extensive knowledge of working within these groups and has a trail of happy repeat customers to back him up!  Most of his spare-time is spent coaching and volunteering within Rumson and the surrounding two river communities.  His son David (12) currently plays in TRLL and also on the 12U Rumson Dawgs travel baseball team. His son Tyler (6) enjoyed his first year of baseball last spring and David is looking forward to many successful years to come involved in TRLL. He is a hands-on hardworking father of 3. Chief amongst David’s strengths is his very approachable personality, positive attitude, and kids-come-first mentality. 

Chuck Jones

Rumson:  President

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Chuck grew up in Rumson and moved back with his family to the area in 2011, first to Fair Haven and then to Rumson.  Chuck has his own education and nonprofit consultancy in Rumson, Jones & Associates.  Prior to starting Jones & Associates, he served as a Head of School, Provost, Middle School Director, Dean, teacher, coach, and dorm head at all types of schools up and down the east coast. Chuck has been involved in many non-profits over the years, and currently sits on the boards of Trinity Hall, the Rumson Board of Education, and formerly the Monmouth County Historical Association, in addition to the Two Rivers Little League.  He graduated from Princeton in 1990 with a degree in Religion and as a starter on the 1989 Ivy League Co-Champion Football team, and he also holds a Doctorate of Education from the University of Virginia.  Chuck’s wife Shea is a North Carolina native and their three children – Charlie (15), Reece (13), and Cooper (10) – have been involved with TRLL baseball and softball.  Chuck has coached many sports in Rumson....and is an unabashed fan of both the Jets and disco.

Chris Kelly (ex-officio)

Shrewsbury:  Immediate-Past President

Chris Kelly is a lifelong resident of the Jersey shore. Chris grew up in Middletown, graduated from Red Bank Catholic and returned to Monmouth county after graduating from University of Maryland (College Park) with a degree in Economics. Chris has over 20 years of experience in the private banking industry and currently runs a financial services practice with offices in Woodbridge and Wall. Chris has just finished serving as a founding member and first President of Two River Little League.  Prior to TRLL, Chris served as chairman of the board of the Community YMCA (Red Bank) as well as President of the Shrewsbury Recreation Committee.  Chris has lived in Shrewsbury for over 20 years with his wife Cheryl and their three children, Connor (a sophomore baseball player at Montclair State), Bridget and Timmy.  He has been active in coaching baseball and basketball for Shrewsbury Recreation as well as boys and girls travel basketball teams for the Shrewsbury Basketball Club.

Scott McBride

Red Bank:  Safety Officer

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Save for going to college in Colorado, Scott has lived in Little Silver and Red Bank his entire life.  He is the father of three children (15, 14 and 9), all of whom have been involved with TRLL.  Scott grew up playing football, baseball, and skiing.  He also managed to earn a Masters degree from Monmouth University.  He used to work as a financial analyst at Rutgers University and now works locally for a digital marketing company.  Scott also sits on the Red Bank Recreation Committee.

Merric Polloway

Shrewsbury: Coaching Coordinator

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Merric is a lifelong resident of Shrewsbury.  Merric was the Valedictorian of both Shrewsbury Borough School (in 1988) and Red Bank Regional High School (in 1992).  At Red Bank Regional, Merric was a three-sport athlete (football, basketball and baseball), where he was the quarterback/captain of the football team and a forward on the Shore Conference Champion Bucs’ Basketball Team in 1992.  Merric went on to play football at Princeton University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude.  Following Princeton, Merric studied law at Seton Hall University School of Law (Class of 2000 Valedictorian and Summa Cum Laude).  Merric began his legal career as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Mary Anne Trump Barry on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Judicial Circuit and worked for four years as an associate in the corporate department of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in New York City.  Since 2005, Merric has been a partner at the law firm of Polloway & Polloway, LLP in Red Bank where he has a practice devoted to personal injury law, workers' compensation law, and real estate transactions.  Merric lives in Shrewsbury with his wife Bridget (Princeton ’93) and his two children Michael (11) and Caroline (9).  Merric presently coaches in the TRLL and is the head coach of the Jersey Shore Hurricanes travel baseball team.  He is also devoted to coaching other sports, including basketball in the Mid-Monmouth, BYAA and St. Mary’s (New Monmouth) basketball programs, has coached in the Red Bank AYF football program and is an active member of the Shrewsbury Youth Athletic Association (SYAA).

Adam Cohen

Red Bank:  All Star Coordinator & Rookie Division Player Agent

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Adam is a Monmouth County native who moved to Red Bank in 2003.  He is a graduate of Rutgers University where he earned a double major in Finance and Economics.  He has three kids, Jake (15), Brooke (12) and Ari (10) who have all been multi-sport athletes since kindergarten.  Adam has been coaching both sons’ baseball teams for the past 10 years.  When not coaching or rooting for his kids, and in lieu of sleep, he is the owner of AJC Woodworking, a fine furniture and custom carpentry business.  He and his wife also own Support Connection, a New Jersey agency that provides support coordination services to assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining access to needed program and State plan services.

James Salvo

Little Silver:  Secretary

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James is a Long Island native and played college baseball at St. John's University, which included a bid to the NCAA tournament in 1997. After graduating a semester early, he used his final year of eligibility at Molloy College.  In 1999, James moved to San Diego, California and started his teaching career.  After marrying his wife Jennifer in 2002, they moved back east to Long Branch in 2003, and moved once again into their current home in Little Silver in 2010. The Salvos have three children; Andrew (10 years old), Alex (8) and Tyler (4).  James is currently the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Funded Programs for Roselle Park School District. He has held this position for the past 5 years, after serving as principal in Roselle Park for six years prior.  He has coached his sons in the REC/TRLL baseball program for 5 years and with the Jersey Shore Thunder travel organization for over 3 years.  James cast aside his LI upbringing and roots for the Yankees, Knick, Giants, and Rangers…..

Doug Stevens

Fair Haven:  Treasurer

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Doug and his wife, Amanda, have lived in Fair Haven for 21 years. They have three sons: Cole (17) and Ford (15) attend Rumson-Fair Haven high school; and Trent (11) is at Knollwood School. All three boys are active in RFH athletics, FH travel baseball and basketball, RFH Flag Football, and FH Rec Baseball. Doug has enjoyed being a Rec Baseball and Flag Football coach for the past 12 years. When he is not either coaching or rooting for his sons, Doug is a principal with Aspire Technology Partners, an IT consulting firm specializing in business transformation. Doug attended Dickinson College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and played tight end on the Red Devils football team. 

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