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On The Move

by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Biz

Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.

Comings and Goings

In a move to expand its lending operations beyond its Center City, Philadelphia, headquarters, Beneficial Bank named Christopher Unger (pictured) senior vice president and commercial lender, with a focus on the New Jersey market. A veteran real estate executive with 30 years of experience in commercial banking and real estate finance, Unger brings deep relationships with top real estate developers and builders and extensive experience in commercial banking to his new role at Beneficial.

Robert S. Davis joined Archer & Greiner’s Philadelphia office as partner and vice-chair of the real estate department. Davis specializes in commercial and residential real estate transactions, and his clientele includes international retailers, public and privately owned companies, along with local and national developers.

NAI Mertz appointed David Grove its chief operating officer and he will oversee daily office operations within New Jersey, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and the greater Philadelphia region. His responsibilities will include expanding business opportunities, generating and executing corporate strategies and assisting the brokerage team in enhancing existing marketing initiatives.

Investors Bank announced Kathleen Regan has been appointed senior vice president and team leader for middle market lending in New Jersey. Regan has nearly 30 years of experience in the banking industry.

Roy Sandau, DO, FACOS, a Kennedy Health medical staff member, received a three-year appointment as cancer liaison physician for the Kennedy Health Cancer Program in South Jersey. Cancer liaison physicians are an integral part of cancer programs accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC). Sandau, a board-certified general surgeon, is among a national network of more than 1,500 volunteer physicians responsible for providing leadership and direction to establish, maintain, and support their facilities’ cancer programs.

Sherman Silverstein announced that William Mackin, Esq., joined the firm as a shareholder. He will serve as co-chair, with bankruptcy attorney Arthur Abramowitz, of the firm’s bankruptcy, insolvency, and workout department. Mackin will work out of the firm’s new Woodbury office.

W. Taylor Kamp has been named chief financial officer and senior vice president of Mount Laurel-based Marlin Business Services Corp.

Judi London joined Bancroft as chief marketing officer, and will oversee the Cherry Hill-based educational support company’s marketing and communications initiatives.

Duly Noted

Two local SERVPRO franchises were recently recognized at the company’s 46th annual convention. Michael Logue and Patrick and Kathleen Logue, owners of SERVPRO of Haddon Heights/Voorhees, received the Chairman’s Gold award and Joseph Deutsch, owner of SERVPRO of South Burlington County, received the Director’s Bronze award. SERVPRO is an industry leader in disaster cleanup, restoration and remediation services.

Healthcare Information Technology (IT) School of New Jersey was awarded an Opportunity4Jersey grant by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce. This employer-driven training grant will allow Healthcare IT School of New Jersey to provide specific job skills training for many people that will lead its program graduates directly to employment upon their successful completion of this program.

Pro-Tech Energy Solutions, an award-winning, leading solar energy services company, received a No. 28 overall ranking on Solar Power World’s 2015 list of top solar contractors in North America. Each year, the publication ranks applicants to its Top Solar Contractors list according to their influence in the solar market.

Walter A. Eife, AIF, director of retirement plans at McLaughlin Asset Management Inc., a Haddonfield-based wealth management firm, was selected as a delegate to the National Association of Plan Advisors’ (NAPA) DC Fly-In Forum, a gathering of the nation’s top elite 401(k) plan advisors. Delegates are required to be a NAPA member, to be responsible for $10 million or more in plan assets, 10 or more plans and 2,000 or more participants, and to have at least five years’ experience servicing plans.

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 5, Issue 8 (August, 2015).
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