Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.
Comings and Goings
American Duplication Products, Inc. in Pennsauken named Steven E. Molzon (pictured) as their new vice president of service. Molzon previously served as the vice president of service and IT for Stewart Business Systems/Xerox, and will now oversee client-related relationships and new business.
Jacquie T. Huynh-Linenberg joined the regional law firm of Parker McCay P.A. as an associate in the public finance department. She is based out of the Mount Laurel office. Prior to joining Parker McCay, Huynh-Linenberg was an associate with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where she provided tax planning, controversy and consulting services to corporations and partnerships.
USClaims hired Donna Lee Jones, a Philadelphia personal injury trial attorney, as a litigation funding senior underwriter. The Moorestown company provides pre-settlement financing. Prior to joining USClaims, Jones was a partner at Saltz Mongeluzzi Barrett & Bendesky, P.C. in Philadelphia.
Michael P. Rosiak was appointed chief operating officer of Pediatric Acute and Ambulatory Care Services at Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Marlton. Rosiak brings more than 26 years of executive level health care experience to Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, which provides pediatric rehabilitation and medical day care throughout southern New Jersey. Most recently, Rosiak served as vice president of Performance Management for Continuum Health Alliance, LLC.
Mount Laurel’s Brandywine Senior Living won the Assisted Living Federation of America’s (ALFA) 2013 Best of the Best award under the category of Turning Around Caregiver Turnover. They were honored for their Brandywine University-Company Orientation Program.
Reynold P. Cicalese, managing partner with Alloy, Silverstein, Shapiro, Adams, Mulford, Cicalese, Wilson & Co., was selected as one of the New Jersey Society of CPAs “50 Over 50,” a select group of CPA veterans recognized for their impact, career accomplishments, and ongoing contributions to the accounting profession, the Society, and the local community.
Parker McCay attorney George M. Morris was elected to a two-year term as chair of the Local Government Section of New Jersey State Bar Association. Morris served as vice chair of the Local Government Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) from 2010 to 2013. As chairman, Morris is responsible for tracking and monitoring legislation and educating members on government matters.
Crossroads Programs, a nonprofit serving at-risk youth throughout the state of New Jersey, appointed James Smolarski, director of Business Development with AlliedBarton Security Services based in Philadelphia, to their board of directors.
Atrium Executive Center announced its partnership with A&A, Inc. Court Reporting and Videoconferencing. The alliance will bring state-of-the-art videoconferencing equipment to a convenient location, expanding Atrium’s technology solutions packages. Atrium clients will now have A&A’s videoconferencing technology available for effective virtual meetings.
The 34th Annual Telly Awards named GCV Productions, of Laurel Springs, as a Bronze winner out of nearly 13,000 entries for their piece titled “The Weekend Warrior,” a television commercial created for Gary’s Gutter Service. The Telly Awards, founded in 1979, is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, video and film productions, and online commercials, video and films.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Greater Delaware Valley Chapter announced that Justin H. Brown, an attorney at Flaster/Greenberg PC, is one of 50 corporate leaders nominated to Philadelphia’s MS Leadership Class. Brown is a member of the firm’s Business and Corporate, Taxation and Trusts & Estates practice groups, focusing his practice on estate and tax planning, estate and trust administration and estate litigation.
Sun National Bank signed a lease for a new retail branch in the first floor of The Whitney Center on Rowan Boulevard in Glassboro. Sun is the only bank to open a retail branch in downtown Glassboro in 18 years—since First Fidelity Bank closed its offices at the corner of Main and High streets in 1995.
A team of approximately 65 corporate employees, substitutes, and family members representing Source4Teachers, a national educational staffing solutions firm based in Cherry Hill, recently participated in the Second Annual Kidsbridge Walk2Stop Bullying. Source4Teachers previously supported this initiative by presenting Kidsbridge with a $2,500 donation. Created by the Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum, located on The College of New Jersey’s campus, the Walk2Stop Bullying brings the community together in solidarity against bullying. Funds from the Walk also benefit Kidsbridge’s impactful and targeted programs that teach strategies to combat bullying and cyberbullying.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 3, Issue 6 (June, 2013).
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