The sister of the woman who challenged Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis last May is losing her job as deputy Hudson County Clerk, the New Jersey Globe has confirmed.
Diane Ashe Liming served as treasurer for her sister, former Council President Sharon Ashe Nadrowski, who mounted an unsuccessful bid to oust Davis in May but fell 93 votes of forcing the two-term incumbent into a runoff.
It’s not clear who made the decision to take out Liming, a highly-regarded 60-year-old widow who spent 30 years as an executive at Maidenform before losing her job after the company was sold in 2014. Davis did not immediately return a 1:31 PM call to his cell phone.
A lifelong Bayonne resident, Liming has been active in the community as a commissioner of the Saint Mary’s City Wide Pee Wee Basketball League, Bayonne Police Athletic League board member, and vice chair of the Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation. Liming was the grand marshal of the Bayonne St. Patrick’s Day Parade in 2022.