Evesham has always played an important role in Councilman Bob DiEnna’s life. At 11, on a trip to the Jersey Shore, Bob told his parents as they were passing through Evesham that this is where he would live when he grew up. In 1969, Bob made that promise a reality when he and his wife moved into their first home. By 1975, Bob and his wife moved to the Brush Hollow neighborhood where they raised two children, and have been proud Evesham residents for over 46 years.

Bob is a proud Marine Corps Veteran, and an active member of the Marine Corps League. Bob also is a business owner, a retired Union Carpenter, a licensed relator, a licensed pilot, and a classic car enthusiast. His diverse background and interests help him serve as deputy mayor. Bob helped produce the award winning 9-11 Memorial in conjunction with Councilman Steve Zeuli and Remington, Vernick and Arango Engineers. He also serves on the Township Planning Board, helping to preserve Evesham’s heritage, while preparing for future prosperity. Bob and his wife still reside in their Brush Hollow home and are proud grandparents to five.