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In 1950 Vic Anzelone began his career in the electrical contracting business and started Anzelone Electric Company. He wired most of the commercial businesses in the Wildwoods from 1950 to 1970 when he expanded the business off of the Island to include Cape May County. In 1977 Vic opened a second office in Cherry Hill NJ, which he operated until 2002 when both the Wildwood Crest office and Cherry Hill office were consolidated to one administration office in Cape May Court House. In 1993 Tony Anzelone took over the business and with new marketing strategies the company has grown considerably as they have added two new divisions specializing in the medical field as well as residential whole house generators. With Tony's sons, TJ (Tony Jr.) and Nick working the trade, and his daughter Jessi now entering the administrative offices, the family business is looking strong for another 70 years!
Victor A. Anzelone Sr.
Anthony L. Anzelone, Sr.
1993 - Present
Anthony L. Anzelone, Jr. and Nicholas A. Anzelone - 3rd Generation
Victor Anzelone, Jr 1966
Vic and Martha Anzelone 1967
Tony and Tori Anzelone 2006
Rick and Bruce Anzelone 1963
Current 2014 Staff
Vic Anzelone and Mike Mullen wiring the City of Wildwood Parking Lot - 1968
Flood of 1962 - Anzelone Electric providing service calls
Tony Anzelone learning the trade at an early age in 1965.
Current 2017 Staff
CREST HAVEN - Local electrical contractor and business owner Anthony (Tony) Anzelone was
recognized by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders for his distinguished service to the
Cape May Technical High School as an active and engaged Board of Education member.
According to a release, Anzelone’s term expired June 30, stepping down after providing seven years
of exemplary service on the Tech board and fulfilling his commitment to stay aboard for the first
transition year of the Cape May Tech/Special Services School Combined Board of Education.
Anzelone also served six years on the Middle Township Board of Education.
“I very much appreciate Tony’s good work and dedication to Cape Tech,” stated Freeholder Will
Morey, liaison to the Cape Tech and Special Services Districts. “I especially appreciate Tony staying
on-board to see the first year of transition to a combined Board of Education.”
Anzelone was sworn as a board member to the New Jersey State Board of Examiners of Electrical
Contractors July 10 by the Deputy Attorney General.
He was nominated to this board by both former Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Phil Murphy. This
appointment required the support last year of now U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-2nd) and this year the
support of Sen. Robert "Bob" Andrzejczak (D-1st).
“Tony has a long career of community service,” stated Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton, “While he
has moved on after fulfilling his educational commitments, we appreciate and are very pleased that
his service to the community will continue through his new state appointment.”
Anzelone will remain as chairman of the Middle Township Planning Board and is excited to represent
Cape May County and South Jersey in his new capacity on the New Jersey Board of Examiners of
He will retire from the Cape May Court House Fire Department at the end of the year after serving 25-
years as a firefighter, the past 10 as captain.
Anzelone and his wife Melissa are owners of Anzelone Electric Company which will be celebrating 70
years in business in 2020.
His father Victor Anzelone, founded the company in 1950.
Anzelone has owned the company for 30 years.