Max Hasse To Be Honored
(From: Press Journal, October 28, 1976)
TEANECK -- Max A. Hasse, Jr., Councilman and Staff Director of the Bergen County Park Commission, will be honored at a Bicentennial "76" Dinner Party to be held at the Imperial Manor on Friday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m.
Sponsored by the Teaneck Republican County Committee and the Teaneck Republican Club, the dinner will pay tribute to Hasse for his many years of service to the citizens of Teaneck and Bergen County through his involvement in government, religious and civic affairs.
Hasse, a former Executive Director of the Bergen County Sewer Authority, has been a member of the Teaneck Township Council for fourteen years, serving five years as Deputy Mayor. He has served, in addition, as a member of the following public bodies in Teaneck: Planning board, Board of Adjustment, Advisory Board for Parks, Playgrounds and Recreation, and Youth Guidance Council.
Politically, Hasse is a Past President of the Teaneck Republican Club, former Chairman of the District 37 Republican Federation and former Chairman of the Teaneck Republican County Committee.
Hasse has been equally active in civic affairs. He is the former Chairman of fund raising drives for the Girl Scouts and the March of Dimes; Past-President of the Teaneck Blood Association and President of Lost Pet Service of New Jersey, organizations he helped to found. He is Past-President of the Humane Society of Bergen County and a member of the Boards of Directors of the American Red Cross and the Bergen Philharmonic Society. Also, he has been active in the Little League, Babe Ruth League and Boy Scouts.
Hasse has been a Deacon and Trustee of the Teaneck Presbyterian Church, a member of the Rotary and City Clubs and a member of the Masonic Order.
Hasse has announced his intention to retire from government and has submitted his letter of resignation to the Teaneck Township Council. He and his wife Louise will move to Naples, Florida.