Randolph’s Economic Development Committee (EDC) chose to honor three recipients with a 2017 Business Achievement Award at this year’s Annual Randolph Country Fair. The awards were presented on September 23 before the Mayor, members of the Township Council, and residents and fair-goers.
Rosie’s Trattoria, owned and operated by Randolph residents Rosie and Joe Inchiappa, strives to achieve and maintain the highest level of distinction in consistently serving quality authentic Italian cuisine and wine. Located at 1181 Sussex Turnpike, where it has been for the last 14 years, they are currently undergoing a full renovation and expansion which will enable the restaurant to host large events while still operating the full dining rooms and bar. The Inchiappas have played an active role in the community by supporting many sports programs and events run by Randolph schools as well as senior citizen group events.
A fixture in Randolph since 1945, Sun High Orchards, LLC provides Randolph residents, and the surrounding neighbors, with fresh produce grown on their 25 acre farm. Located at 19 Canfield Avenue, Sun High Orchards supplies a variety of quality products including apples, peaches, sweet corn, tomatoes, pumpkins, fresh baked breads and pies, and homemade ice cream. Sun High Orchards has played an active role in the community by supporting many sports programs and events run by Randolph schools.
Five years ago, Dr. Julio Guerra founded and became CEO of Itus Healthcare, LLC, located at 765 Route 10 East in Randolph. Dr. Guerra employs and leads a team of medical experts in the pursuit of developing medical devices, technologies, and approaches to reducing the spread of harmful bacteria on medical instruments and surfaces, thereby reducing the number of infection-related deaths and eliminating unnecessary costs to our healthcare system. Dr. Guerra and his employees have vowed to continue to apply their clinical expertise and passion for medical innovation to their efforts to improve the quality of life and safeguard the community at large.
Photo Credit: Chris Manderioli (from TapintoRandolph)