Cherry Hill resident and attorney Jason Levine has been elected a shareholder at the law firm Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller. Levine practices in the Litigation Department and has diverse experience in commercial disputes, internal and government investigations and regulatory enforcement actions.
Matt O’Rorke has joined NAI Mertz, a leading fullservice commercial real estate firm serving South Jersey and Greater Philadelphia, as a sales associate in their Mount Laurel office. O’Rorke graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in May with a degree in finance with a concentration in real estate.
PNC Wealth Management announced the appointment of Salvatore (Sal) Patti as the new senior vice president and managing director for the Philadelphia, Delaware and South Jersey region. In this role, Patti leads a team of wealth management professionals, providing a range of services including financial planning, banking, trust and estate planning and investment services to area clients.
Wells Fargo announced that John Zimmerman has been appointed the region bank president for the community bank’s South Jersey region, which includes 66 branches in parts of Ocean, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Atlantic counties. Zimmerman, who manages 640 bankers, is headquartered in Moorestown and reports to Northeast Community Bank Lead Region President Larisa Perry. An 18-year Wells Fargo veteran, Zimmerman comes to New Jersey from Central Florida where he previously served as an area president since 2014.
Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) announced the promotion of Chris Henderson to principal and shareholder of the firm. Henderson joined the firm in 2014 and was previously promoted to vice president at the end of 2016.
S. T. Hudson Engineers, Inc., a Cherry Hill-based marine engineering firm, recently promoted Leslie Hudson Gerhard to vice president. Gerhard, a University of Delaware graduate, joined S. T. Hudson Engineers in 2004 and has worked in marketing, business development and contract administration. In her new role, she will be responsible for day-to-day office operations as well as directing marketing efforts, team recruitment and continued new business development.
Vince Iannitti has been promoted to branch manager and assistant vice president of the Cherry Hill office of Liberty Bell Bank.
Beverly J. Gerber, senior leasing executive with The Bloom Organization, has been appointed vice president of the Business Committed to South Jersey (BCSJ) board of directors. An active member of BCSJ for more than 10 years, this appointment comes after her initial appointment to the organization’s board in February 2017.
South Jersey Federal Credit Union announced the promotions of Kenneth Barnshaw, James Hartmann and David McDevitt. Barnshaw was promoted to senior vice president of government affairs and community relations, Hartmann was promoted to senior vice president of lending and McDevitt was promoted to the senior vice president of information technology.
Dilworth Paxson recently announced a merger with Princeton-based law firm Smith Stratton. The merger will diversify Dilworth’s existing litigation practice.
Perlow Productions, a video production company based in Marlton, has partnered With Rapt Media, a leader in groundbreaking interactive video technology, as one of their production partner providers.
Terri Spoltore, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN, vice president of patient care services for Inspira Medical Center Woodbury, has been named the Nurse Executive of the Year by the Organization of Nurse Leaders of New Jersey. This award recognizes the most senior nurse leader in a health care organization who best “demonstrates exceptional leadership, guidance and service to their organization and to the profession of nursing.”
Advocare Haddon Pediatric Group has been given the 2017 Award of Superior Quality by New Jersey health insurance company Amerigroup. The group was recognized for providing outstanding care and helping the insurer earn a national quality honor.
Interior Design magazine named Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital’s medical building as a health care winner in their Best of Year Awards. One of four finalists, the building, designed by Philadelphia-based architectural firm Ewing- Cole, received top honors for its design work.
The NICU staff at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital was honored by the March of Dimes South Jersey Chapter last month as part of National Prematurity Awareness Month. The team was recognized for its continued hard work and support for mothers and premature babies.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 8, Issue 1 (January, 2018).