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On The Move: August, 2012

by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Biz
Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.

Comings and Goings

Attending cardiologist Dr. Scott J. Gabler (pictured) has joined South Jersey’s Associated Cardiovascular Consultants, an affiliate of Lourdes Cardiology Services. Gabler specializes in noninvasive cardiology, focusing on advanced imaging techniques.

Mount Laurel-based law firm Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby LLP has announced the opening of their newest Paramus office. With the opening, they have added six new lawyers to the firm, under direction of new partner Greg Lois. The same firm added Jeffrey A. Segal as partner in the Transportation Litigation Group for the firm’s Mount Laurel office, in addition to welcoming associates Nancy Ellen Monte Carlo and Roberto Uribe.

AAA South Jersey, located in Voorhees, celebrated two new titles this summer. Gene Castiglioni joined the staff as the new vice president of sales and marketing, while Claudia Fields was promoted to marketing manager.

South Jersey Heart Group cardiologist and Lourdes Cardiology Services affiliate Dr. Troy L. Randle has been promoted to the three-year School of Osteopathic Medicine/ South Jersey Heart Group Cardiology Fellowship Program. He has been named the assistant program director of the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey.

Citi Commercial Bank has named James Earnest the newest director of New Jersey Commercial Banking. Earnest will oversee the entirety of business development, sales strategy and execution, talent recruitment and community engagement for all of New Jersey business.

Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice has declared Amy Buchanan as the organization’s first thrift store manager. Officially open to the public on Aug. 14, Buchanan will oversee all daily operations at the Westmont not-for-profit store.

Duly Noted

Darden Restaurants, a company that operates many of the restaurant chains in the area, has selected three South Jersey general managers to receive the Joe R. Lee Diamond Club Award, a national award for top managers. Recipients in the area are LongHorn Steakhouse in Atlantic City’s Frank Sayers, the Olive Garden in Deptford’s Dominic Alessandrini, and Red Lobster of Cherry Hill’s Matt DiPiero.

The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties, located in Mount Laurel, has announced three new board members to its Board of Governors. Serving for two years will be President of Brown & Brown Consulting Edward Chorzelewski, owner and president of Emerson Personnel Group William Emerson, and vice president of Strategic Planning and Implentation at Cooper University Hospital and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Anthony Mazzarelli.

Therese Beitz, of the Cherry Hill Long & Foster Real Estate branch, was named Top Producer and Top Lister for July. She has been a real estate professional for 12 years.

Gov. Chris Christie has appointed Matthew Riley, of Mount Laurel, to the Interagency Council on Homelessness. Riley currently serves as the president and CEO of the Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc. (MEND).

After being nominated by Gov. Chris Christie and approved by the New Jersey State Senate, Alisa Cooper was sworn in as the newest member of the Casino Control Commission on Aug. 1. Cooper is also a member of the Board of Directors of Robins’ Nest.

James Rhodes, deputy county administrator of Camden County, was elected to the Rutgers University Board of Trustees in New Brunswick. Rhodes, a 1994 Rutgers-Camden alumni, will be filling the vacant seat of previous alumni Gregory Brown.

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 2, Issue 8 (August, 2012).
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