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Revolving Door

by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Biz

Comings, goings, hirings and retirings in South Jersey.

Roberto Rivera-Soto, who was the first Hispanic justice to serve on New Jersey’s Supreme Court, has been hired as a litigation partner at Ballard Spahr in Cherry Hill, where he will focus on commercial litigation, dispute resolution, gaming and appellate work.

Cornerstone Bank, based in Moorestown, has named Scott Kintzing, a resident of West Deptford, its market president and head of commercial banking. Kintzing had retired as chief executive of The Bank and vice chairman and president of Fulton Financial Corp.’s New Jersey division in July.

ImpactRX, headquartered in Mount Laurel, has acquired TargetRx, Inc. ImpactRx president and chief executive Gregory Ellis, who joined the company after leaving Rosetta in July, will head the combined entity.

Janney Montgomery Scott has added a new office in Mount Laurel, its sixth in South Jersey. Robert W. Hoey leads the new branch.

Kevin Costello, a partner at the Mount Laurel law firm Costello & Mains, has been tapped to serve on the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors of the New Jersey Association for Justice.

Thomas P. Gibbons, chief financial officer and vice chairman of the Bank of New York Mellon Corp., has been named to the board of Mount Laurel’s PHH Corp.

Archer & Greiner associate William Viss has been named an executive board member for the Rutgers University School of Law-Camden Alumni Association.

Cooper’s Ferry Development Association and Greater Camden Partnership, two local economic development organizations that merged this year, have a new name under their combined umbrella: Cooper’s Ferry Partnership. Anthony Perno III remains chief executive and David Foster is president of the new organization.

Continuum Health Alliance LLC in Marlton has named Michael Rosiak its vice president of performance management, a promotion from his previous title of senior director of clinical operations and administration.

Flaster/Greenberg Cherry Hill shareholder Mitchell R. Cohen, chairman of the firm’s alternative and renewable energy practice, has been appointed as counsel to the New Jersey Renewable Energy Coalition.

Philip Charles-Pierre has joined Smarter Agent L.L.C., based in Camden, as senior vice president, marketing and distribution. He was previously with Direct Brands Inc.

Alloy, Silverstein, Shapiro, Adams, Mulford, Cicalese, Wilson & Co. has hired Cherry Hill resident Harry J. Verrochi as its newest accountant.

Haddonfield resident Joseph Campagna has joined Rockwell Associates as a financial advisor. Previously, he was a financial analyst for Boeing’s integrated defense system, based out of Ridley, Pa.

Thomas Moy has been named vice president of internal loan review for Colonial Bank FSB, based in Vineland. He was previously chief financial officer and corporate secretary of RomAsia Bank in Monmouth Junction.

Beverly Beaver, a resident of Merchantville and a 2011 graduate of the Rutgers School of Law–Camden, was chosen for the highly competitive Equal Justice Works Public Defender Corps. She will serve in the public defender office in Philadelphia.

William H. Tobolsky, founder of Cherry Hill’s Tobolsky Law, was recently named to the Government Affairs Committee of the Associated Builders & Contractors, New Jersey Chapter.

Michael P. Dick has been promoted to vice president at TD Bank in Cherry Hill. As Small Business Relationship Manager, he will work with companies throughout Burlington County. The Mantua resident had been an assistant vice president at the bank previously.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 1, Issue 9 (September, 2011).
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