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Revolving Door: August, 2011

by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Biz
Comings, goings, hirings and retirings in South Jersey.

ImpactRx of Mount Laurel has hired Rob Delghiaccio as senior vice president of business development and promoted Jim Cronin to senior vice president, oncology franchise. Delghiaccio was previously with GfK Healthcare.

Hill International in Marlton has named Robert McDonough vice president of its project management group.

Shreekanth Mandayam has been named executive director of Rowan’s South Jersey Technology Park in Glassboro.

ONPATH Technologies, based in Marlton, has appointed Steve Vogel as chief financial officer. Vogel was previously chief financial officer at NICE Actimize.

Colonial Bank FSB, based in Vineland, has named Wheeler Fazenbaker Jr. senior vice president, tasked with focusing on customer service and community banking.

South Jersey Eye Center has named Stephen Ripa its new president and chief executive. Ripa was previously financial officer at Carlisle and Associates, and has been on the Eye Center’s board for more than a decade.

Joseph Maressa Jr., president of Title America Agency Corp. in Berlin and partner in the Law Firm of Maressa Patterson has been named to the board of Li b er ty Bell Bank, based in Evesham.

Kennedy Health System in Voorhees has appointed Gary Terrinoni as chief financial officer and senior vice president.

Robert Johnson has been promoted from account executive to senior associate at Anne Klein Communications Group in Mount Laurel.

Shades of Paper in Mount Laurel has hired Dave McCann as technical director and Roberta Scott as sales and marketing specialist.

Protocol Security Partners of Blackwood has appointed a new president and chief executive: David Gentile.

Bob Riesenbach has launched CMIT Solutions to help small business owners manage their IT needs. He was previously manager of new initiatives for Wawa.

Archer & Greiner’s John Connell has been named to the board of directors for the Rotary Club of Camden.

Public Media NJ, Inc., which runs NJTV, has added Thomas/Boyd Communications chief executive Liz Thomas to its board of trustees.

Best Lawyers named Steven Suflas of Ballard Spahr in Cherry Hill “Labor and Employment Lawyer of the Year” for Philadelpha and South Jersey.

Marlton-based Conner Strong & Buckelew has named Franz Wagner its new senior vice president, major accounts. It also named Kristine Klepper to the post of senior vice president, employee benefits practice leader, and hired Roger Ladda to act as vice president and alternative risk/ captive practice leader.

Subaru of America, which is headquartered in Cherry Hill, has appointed Dean Evans as its new chief marketing officer.

Perry Temps of Marlton is now Perry Resources, having expanded its services to include a full range of staffing and recruiting.

James Genoy Jr., president and CEO of Monroe Savings Bank in Williamstown, has been appointed to the board of directors of the New Jersey Bankers Association.

Rich Berger joins Citizens Bank as a mortgage loan officer based in Marlton. The Marathon Group in Mount Laurel has hired Whitney Oppito as account executive.

The Rothman Institute acquired a 70,000-square-foot space at Three Greentree in Marlton. Rothman’s orthopedic practice will take over half the space, while Markheim-Chalmers, which negotiated the purchase, will lease the balance of the space.

PREIT’s Cherry Hill Mall is adding tenants including Bobby’s Burger Palace and The Cheesecake Factory’s Grande Lux Café, plus retailers True Religion and Michael Kors, while Voorhees Town Center will add Catelli Restaurant Group’s Osteria Duo.

Carpet Network of Cherry Hill, owned by Jeffrey Bell, has become a franchise of Floor Coverings International.

Marathon Engineers and Holdbrook Pediatric Dental celebrated the completion of the PurePro Building in Logan Township, which is now completely occupied.

Ranco Construction and Marco Builders, both of Southampton, won contracts totaling $20.4 million to build new facilities at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

Lourdes Health System, Cooper University Hospital and Virtua, plus Able Imaging & Women’s Center, have all partnered with the Komen Philadelphia Affiliate Camden County Screening Project to provide 100 mammograms apiece to qualified women.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 1, Issue 8 (August, 2011).
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