Bela has been swimming in Lake Hopatcong since he’s been two. Not continually, but off and on. Today he still loves swimming, skiing, kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding, boating and, most recently, water bicycling on the biggest lake in the Garden State. And afterwards having a beer at Alice’s or the Windlass and watching the sunset. He’s one of our biggest fans.
Alice spent many childhood evenings pretending to own a restaurant. She served her patient family delicacies such as ‘Canned Fruit’ and ‘Saltines with Butter’. Thankfully, her fine dining concept has evolved. A career hospitality professional, Alice started out as a shallot peeler in a NYC restaurant and has methodically worked her way through an array of positions in restaurants, bars, and hotels in New York City. In the early 90's she left the restaurant business and entered the 9-5 world as a bookkeeper. She now works behind the scenes overseeing business trends, capital improvement projects and standardizing general business policies and procedures. A part-time resident of Lake Hopatcong – she tries to dabble in nature photography, crafts and enjoying life with her husband, 2 children and pets. Alice is grateful to all who dedicate their heart, souls and talent to the corporate mission.
Chief Operations Officer
Lisa has been the COO of Camp Six since 2014. She came from a 31 year career at UPS where she retired as a division manager.
Lisa oversees all operational, financial and physical plant issues of all the business entities.
Lisa lives on the lake, and loves all that the area has to offer.
Tom started with Camp Six in 2014 in the Wheelhouse of Miss Lotta as a Captain. Later that year, he moved on to Property Manager of Camp Six. When Tom isn’t reading e-mails and chasing down emergencies, he spends his day scheduling his crew, inspecting all Camp Six professional and privately held properties, overseeing projects and meeting vendors.
"How I got here. We must start at the beginning, back when I was a kid sailing with my father. The thrill was breathtaking. The wind in my sails blew me into bigger, faster, competitive racing boats that we sailed in many different cities and islands. On the professional side I always had a fun job, from computer technician in the city to home contractor in NJ. After completing my master captain’s license, I saw myself behind the wheel of a large boat. Then in 2014, along came Miss Lotta. The first restaurant boat to sail on Lake Hopatcong. It didn’t take long to find myself in the pilot house. And what a great year it was, At the end of the season Camp Six was looking for a new property manager. And there you have it."
Office Manager and Operations Supervisor
Casey began her career with Camp Six in 2015 in office of the Windlass Restaurant. She moved over to our corporate office in 2016.
Her favorite part of working at Camp Six is that no day is ever the same. Among other skills, Casey lends her organization skills to Camp Six.
Casey and her husband Eric recently welcomed a beautiful baby girl.
Events and Operation Manager
Michelle joined Camp Six having in the summer of 2016. She came to us with extensive experience in event planning. To date, her favorite part of her job is being instrumental in organizing the Music Under The Stars on the Boardwalk. Michelle and her husband Bill have two amazing daughters, who all love getting out on their boat for a day on the Lake.
Judi, a Full Charge bookkeeper for over 30 years, began her association first as the Bookkeeper for Alice's in 2012, then taking on the bookkeeping for other different Camp Six entities one by one.
Busy with bill paying, recording sales, payroll and the General Ledger Stuff that no one in the office understands. She is happiest at her desk moving huge piles of paper!
She is happily married to Lionel for over 30 years, blessed with three kids, and 6 beautiful naturally intelligent grandchildren. Her other joy is her rescue Dachshund “Prince”.
Roy brought his varied skills to the Camp Six team in the Summer of 2016. Prior to that, Roy worked at Jefferson lumber for 35 years mostly working in the wood shop wood shop where he learned how to use every machine in the shop as well as handle moving stock. He operated the fork lift which, he says. could be dangerous when moving a 20' pile of lumber or a 52’ draft of beams!
Roy has lived on Lake Hopatcong his entire life. When not seen on Camp 6 properties - Roy enjoys many hobbies such as: bicycling , motorcycles , kayaking , ice boating in the winter , and RC car racing .