For Camden County Freeholders
Cybulski, Squire & Gustafson
Keith Cybulski was employed by Sears Holdings for over 40 years, until he retired. He served as a store operations manager in a $30 million store for over four years where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the store. In 2007 Keith was promoted to Construction Project Specialist working out of Chicago and assigned to the Northeast region, where he was assigned from one to as many as six store to oversee the day-to-day operations of all construction contractors and store personnel for each stores' project.
Keith was a volunteer firefighter for East Clementon Welfare Fire Company for over 10 years, eventually serving as President and Captain. Keith also served two years
with the Clementon Ambulance Squad and served two terms on the Clementon Zoning Board and the Board of Health.
both her two brothers and several brothers-in-law serving in the Armed Forces, has made her an ardent supporter of our men and women in uniform. She is extremely proud of her eldest brother, a war veteran and career Army officer who died as a result of his honorable service to the country.
Claire attended Hardy Elementary and Gordon Junior High School in the District of Columbia. Her freshman and sophomore years were spent at Octavia High School in her father’s hometown of Colfax, Illinois where she was elected to student government both years. She completed course work at Connelly School of the Holy Child in Potomac, Maryland. While in high school, Claire started her long time recreational coaching career with the Catholic Youth Organization in Washington, D.C. Upon graduation, Claire was accepted into Marjorie Webster College where she pursued a degree in retail merchandising. An avid athlete, she led her college field hockey team to an undefeated season in 1970 and was selected for the All-East Coast Women’s Field Hockey Team. Claire actively participated in student government throughout her educational career and was on the Board of Trustees at Connolly. Her interest and passion for school governance and education only increased as she raised her children and became a member of the local school board and helped with youth sports leagues in her borough.
Claire has had a long and successful career in retail and children’s clothing. She possesses a keen acumen for business, financial management, and customer service. Her merchandising career highlights include: owning The Tree House children’s store, working in independent sales, serving as a clothing representative for Selbst/Gustafson and Associates, and now being president of her own clothing distributor, Gus 4 Kids. Her adept budgetary and organizational skills as well as her ability to form savvy business partnerships have benefitted her borough greatly. She has been actively involved in organizing community events that promote awareness for causes, spur civic pride, and celebrate family.
Claire’s firm basis for success is founded in her strong love of family and neighbors. The fifth of eight children, she is happiest amongst her large brood of siblings, nieces, nephews, children, and grandchildren, who share in her wit, wisdom, creativity, and love of country.
Claire Henline Gustafson comes from a multi-generational New Jersey family with roots in the Garden State that pre-date the Revolutionary War. Claire was born at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey to the former Margaret Carpenter, a Union County native, and Clair G. Henline, an officer in the United States Army and veteran of both World War II and the Korean War. A resident of Collingswood since 198X, Claire is married to Roy Gustafson. Together they have five children and ten grandchildren.
Claire spent a majority of her youth in Washington, D.C. where her father was assigned to the Pentagon. Claire’s experience growing up in a military family, which included