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Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

by South Jersey Biz

Patrick M. Kane, PE
, has been elected as the new president of Taylor, Wiseman & Taylor. Kane succeeds Thomas M. Howell, PE, who has served as president since 2012. Bruce K. Easterly, PE, has also been named as the firm’s secretary/treasurer.
Cara Garofalo, MD, has been named chair of pediatric cardiology at Deborah Heart and Lung Center.
Dilworth Paxson added Nanda Kumar to the firm’s Intellectual Property group.
OceanFirst Bank has named Susanne Svizeny president for the Greater Philadelphia region. She was previously executive vice president and division manager for commercial banking at Wells Fargo, managing Pennsylvania, Delaware, Western New York and Eastern Canada.

Cross County Connection Transportation Management Association promoted Ronda R. Urkowitz, P.P., AICP, to executive director.
Emily C. Brown, Esq., has joined Morais Law as junior partner.
New Jersey Transit has hired Bilal Khan as chief technology officer for infrastructure and operation.
Campbell Soup Co. has appointed Chris Foley as president of Campbell Meals & Beverages and senior vice president, Campbell Soup Co.
The Food Bank of South Jersey recently announced Charles Hosier as chief operating officer and Lavinia Awosanya as chief development officer.
Parker McCay announced the following hirings: Scott Miccio as an associate in its municipal and government department, Dave Klumbach as counsel in its corporate department and Amy Guerin as an associate whose practice areas will include employment and labor and public schools and education.
Duly Noted 
In honor of its five-year anniversary, ProShred Southern New Jersey has relocated to a new office space.
Deborah A. Hays of Archer & Greiner has been appointed chair of the firm’s board of directors. As the firm’s first female attorney to assume the role of chair, Hays will begin her five-year term on Oct. 1. She succeeds James H. Carll, who has led Archer’s board of directors for the past 17 years.
Thomas Kemly, president and CEO of Columbia Bank, has been installed as chairman for the New Jersey Bankers Association’s 2019–2020 fiscal year.
Alloy Silverstein Group recently announced that Payroll Express Inc. of Northfield has merged into Abacus Payroll, Inc.
Capehart Scatchard attorneys Ashley Albano, Christopher Chu, Maria Dal Santo and Keith Nagy recently participated in the seventh annual Food Bank of South Jersey’s “Hunger Games” food competition.
Lourdes Health Foundation honored The Franciscan Sisters of Allegany with its 2019 Healing Spirit Award at the foundation’s annual fundraising gala. This annual award recognizes an honoree that embodies compassion, dedication and service to the community.
Charny Karpousis Altieri & Donoian, P.A. partner Michelle Altieri has been named to the Camden County Bar Association board of trustees.
Nidhi Baxi, an undergraduate biology student at Rutgers University-Camden, was named as the winner of the 2019 Cooper Civic Leadership Award at the eighth annual Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement. Cooper University Health Care established the Civic Leadership Award in 2018 to honor a Rutgers University-Camden student who exemplifies outstanding service to the Camden community.
Parker McCay welcomes the following summer associates: Brian Berkoff (Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law), Katherine Orr (Temple University Beasley School of Law) and Shailynne Swain (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law).
James Bonner, D.O., FACEP, medical director of emergency medicine at Inspira Medical Center Woodbury, has joined the Inspira Network board of trustees.
Archer Public Affairs LLC (APA), a government and external relations affiliate of Archer & Greiner, PC, has opened a new office location in Harrisburg, Pa. The new space will serve as APA’s Pennsylvania headquarters.
The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants has named Julie Strohlein, CPA, of Alloy Silverstein an Ovation Award winner in the Impact category, which recognizes those who dedicate meaningful time and energy to any of the following commendable endeavors: giving back to the community; sharing professional expertise to support others; or advancing the interests and needs of the accounting profession through active engagement, leadership or advocacy.
Senate President Steve Sweeney received the “Person of the Year” award for the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)—Mid-Atlantic Chapter at its annual awards banquet.  The CMMA is a nonprofit and nongovernmental professional association serving the construction management industry.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 9, Issue 6 (June 2019).

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