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Revolving Door: October, 2011

by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Biz
Conigent, Inc., of Haddonfield, has welcomed three new members to its professional staff. Ciarnan O’Sullivan will join as a business analyst, Lucille Wurtz has been named as the new customer relationship management director, and Eric Henningsen joins as a Senior Business Analyst.

George J. Ernst Jr. , senior vice president of wealth management, investment management consultant and financial advisor of the Morgan Stanley Smith Barney wealth management office in Mount Laurel, has been invited into the Business Owner Executive Council.

Software engineer Andrew Berlin has been selected to replace Marsha Marshall as a member of the Haddonfield Board of Education. Berlin was officially appointed into his seat at the board’s Oct. 6 meeting and is expected to run for re-instatement this April.

Two new names have joined the law firm of Capehart Scatchard in Mount Laurel. Attorney Kailee H. Farrell, of Mount Laurel, and Kelly A. Grant, of Mount Holly, now serve in the firm’s Workers’ Compensation department.

Ruth Cila of Yardley, Pa., will take over the position of executive director for the Lourdes Health Foundation in Camden. Cila will be moving forward from her position as senior director of St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pa., to lead fundraising and stewarding for Lourdes.

Joseph D. Furno, of the architecture company Furno & Associates of Cinnaminson, will team up with Dave Alven of Palmyra and his construction company, Deck the House Builders. Together, they will design and construct in-law suites for homes in the area.

Starting Nov. 1, the American Water Works Company of Voorhees will greet the current senior vice president of business services, David Baker, as their new president. John Bigelow, who currently serves as president of New Jersey American Water, will become the new senior vice president of business services.

Independent primary care and multispecialty provider Advocare and healthcare management company Continuum Health Alliance, both of Marlton, will collaborate with regional medical center AtlantiCare of Hammonton. The alliance announced their plan to the public on Oct. 5.

Envision Consultant’s, Ltd. , of Mullica Hill, has been awarded the Gloucester County Small Business Award. The project and construction firm is owned by Victoria Malaszecki of Mullica Hill.

Ray Angelini and his self-named solar contracting company, Ray Angelini Inc. , has been given the Gloucester County Green Award. RAI, of Sewell, is one of the largest commercial electrical and solar contractors on the East Coast.

Haddonfield neurohealth center Bancroft has named two new members to its board of trustees. Scott Bannett, president of The Bannett Group, of Cherry Hill, and Moorestown resident Ken Ewell, executive vice president of The Graham Company in Philadelphia, joined the board in late September.

The Cooper Bone & Joint Institute of Camden has announced a partnership with Delaware Valley education and training companyLacrosse Evolution. Director and chief of orthopedic surgery Lawrence Miller and Lacrosse Evolution founder Tom Slate will pair up to teach student athletes and coaches lessons on avoiding lacrosse-related injuries.

The LEAP Academy Charter School, of Camden, has selected Nancy Hopkins-Evans as the school’s new chief academic officer. Hopkins-Evans is a Philadelphia native and has served as an assistant professor of chemistry at Rutgers-Camden and has taught in the Philadelphia school district.

Gloucester County College has partnered with Rowan University of Glassboro. The partnership, announced at the GCC campus on Sept. 29, will create a smoother facilitation for local students wishing to obtain a four-year degree.

California-based residential solar company Solmentum has announced the opening of its first East Coast office. CEO Jason Brown opened up the newest branch in Mt. Laurel.

Insurance, risk management and employee benefits brokerage and consulting firm Conner Strong & Buckelew, of Evesham, has hired three new employees. Kristine Klepper has joined the firm as the senior vice president and employee benefits practice leader, Franz Wagner has been named senior vice president of major accounts and senior account executive, and Roger Ladda has been named vice president and alternative risk practice leader.

Andrew Jordan has been hired by professional service organization Ernst & Young as the new strategic growth markets leader for the East Coast region.

Hainesport’s private, non-profit organization The Drenk Foundation has appointed Nick DeRose to its board of trustees. DeRose is a benefits consultant for Advanced Benefit Advisors in Cherry Hill.

EMM Financial, of Haddon Township, has hired John Gagis as its new regional sales manager. Gagis, a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association of New Jersey, will be serving out of the business’ Fairfield office.

The New Jersey chapter of Business Networking International has named Jane Coralluzzo, the CPA of Jane Coralluzzo, Professional Corporation in West Deptford, to the chapter’s membership committee. Coralluzzo has previously served as the chapter’s president and educational coordinator.

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 1, Issue 10 (October, 2011).
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