Mayors of Teaneck, New Jersey
|Mayor of Teaneck, New Jersey|
|Inaugural holder||William W. Bennett|
Mayors of Teaneck, New Jersey:
|Mayor||In office||Left office||Notes||Ref|
|Mohammed Hameeduddin||July 1, 2016||Present||The Teaneck Town Council elected Hameeduddin as mayor on July 1, 2016, to fill the rest of Parker's unexpired term. He was sworn into office the same day by Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop. Hameeduddin previously served as Teaneck mayor from 2010 to 2014.|||
|Elie Y. Katz||April 24, 2016||July 1, 2016||Katz, the Deputy Mayor at the time of Parker's death, assumed the role of acting mayor until a new mayor could be elected by the town council.|||
|Lizette Parker||July 1, 2014||April 24, 2016||First African-American woman to serve as mayor of any municipality in Bergen County. Parker died in office on April 24, 2016.|||
|Mohammed Hameeduddin||July 1, 2010||July 1, 2014||Hameeduddin was the first Muslim mayor in Bergen County.|||
|Kevie Feit||2008||July 1, 2010|||
|Elie Y. Katz||2006||2008|
|Paul S. Ostrow||1996||2002|
|John Abraham||1992||1993||Indian American who arrived in the United States in 1972 after working as a textile engineer in Tanzania.. He ran for the statehouse 37th District in 1997 and lost.|
|Bernard Brooks||July 1, 1982||1987|
|Francis "Frank" Hall||June 1978||1982|
|Eleanor Kieliszek||1974||June 1978||Kieliszek was the first woman to serve as mayor.|||
|Frank W. Burr||1970||1974|
|Thomas Costa||May 24, 1966||1969|
|Matthew Feldman||1962||January 1966||Resigned from office upon election to the New Jersey Senate|||
|August Hanniball, Jr.||June 1958||1962|||
|Thomas J. E. Brown||1956||June 1958|
|Henry Deissler||May 23, 1950||1955|
|Clarence William Brett||May 28, 1946||1950|
|Milton Gideon Votee||1934||1946|||
|Karl Duany VanWagner||1931||1933|
|William Harold Bodine, Sr.||1925||1926|
|Frederick J. Griffith Staff||1921||1924|||
|William Harold Bodine, Sr.||1917|
|William Harold Bodine, Sr.||1915|
|Robert A. Shaw||1912||1914|
|James E. Pearce||1910||1911|
|William W. Bennett||1895||1909||William Weaver Bennett was the first mayor of Teaneck.|||
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- Leichman, Abigail Klein (11 July 2008). "A Conversation with Kevie Feit". Jewish Standard. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
- "Abraham Is New Mayor". The Teaneck Suburbanite. July 8, 1992.
- "After Months of Running, Marathon Ends Tuesday". New York Times. November 2, 1997.
- Garbarino, John (9 December 1991). "Getting To Know You". The Teaneck News. Teaneck Public Library Online. p. 3. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
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- "Milton G. Votee". New York Times. Teaneck Public Library Online. 10 August 1961. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
- Votee, Milton (6 February 1949). "F.J. Griffith Dies; Drug Executive, 69: Chairman of the Pennsylvania Co. began in field at 16". The New York Times.
- Griffin, Robert D. "The Father of Teaneck: William Weaver Bennett". www.teaneck.org. Teaneck Public Library Online. Retrieved 26 April 2016.
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