Meet the Staff
Originally from Bloomfield, NJ, Russoman is a graduate of Trenton State College (now The College of New Jersey). He has been The Gazette's Sports Editor since the paper began. He has also worked as a part-time reporter for the Daily Record (Parsippany, NJ) as well as internships at both the Times of Trenton and the Trentonian. While at Trenton State, he earned two New Jersey Press Association Awards for Sports writing (College Division). He currently resides in Vineland with his wife Laura and their three daughters. Russoman is the author of Hometown Pride: The Tradition of Sports in Hammonton. Russoman can be seen weekly on "Gazette Sports Week" and "Gazette High School Football Report."
Lead Graphic Designer
Hoffman is a 2006 graduate of Stockton University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Visual Communications / Graphic Design. She is a 2002 graduate of Hammonton High School. She, her husband Brian and their son are all lifelong residents of Hammonton.
Wuillermin is the Office Manager and Staff Writer of The Hammonton Gazette. Wuillermin has been with The Gazette since September of 2022. She is in charge of customer service regarding billing and handles the Obituary, Legal, and Classified ads as well as the subscriptions.
Her husband Mike and three boys Jake, Daniel and Michael are residents of Hammonton. Her husband is a 5th generation Vegetable farmer in charge of Ed Wuillermin & Son's Farm Inc. Wuillermin's daughter Lindsey is a 2016 Hammonton high school graduate and currently has her degree in nursing and she resides in Atco, N.J.
Wuillermin has years of experience in
customer service and account management stemming from her years working in the Hotel Industry in Las Vegas, NV.
Besides managing the office for The Hammonton Gazette, Wuillermin writes articles and handles the social media accounts.
Fuad is a 2020 graduate of Rowan University with a bachelor's degree in journalism.
While at Rowan, Fuad was a staff writer for The Whit for the sports and features section, covering the 2019 Rowan men's soccer team's run to the NCAA tournament. He was also the features editor for The Whit before graduating. Fuad ran an online journalism blog called Eagles Nest (eaglesnestsports.wordpress.com), covering his alma mater's Egg Harbor Township High School football team's 2019 season.
Fuad is an avid sports fan, cheering on the Steelers, Wizards, Flyers and Guardians and also stays up to date with sports year-round.
Dan Bachalis, Columnist; Cherie Calletta, Columnist; Rocco DeLaurentis, Columnist; Michael Donio, Columnist; Maria Drzaszcz, Columnist; Bob Garver, Columnist; Kelly Hunt; Photographer; Samantha Hvasta, Columnist; Betsey Karl, Photographer; Kurt Loder, Movie Critic; Jim Miller, Columnist; Dr. Ron Newman, Columnist; Bill Parkhurst, Columnist; Jim Siwek, Columnist;