Comings and Goings
Sun Bancorp, Inc. announced that the company and its subsidiary, Sun National Bank, have hired Thomas M. O’Brien as president and CEO.
Diane Rossi (pictured) was named vice president of supply chain for the Kennedy Health System. Rossi is responsible for the leadership and direction of supply chain services, including contracting, procurement and distribution.
Cathedral Kitchen announced Beatrice Gosik was hired as its first chief operating officer. Gosik owned and operated Sensational Host Caterers for 27 years before joining Cathedral Kitchen.
The Alloy Silverstein Group announced that Ronald V. Donato Jr. , CFP, MBA joined the firm as director of financial services for Alloy Silverstein Financial Services, Inc.
Flaster/Greenberg hired Sandra J. Lex as an associate in the Intellectual Property and Litigation departments. Lex, who will work in Flaster/Greenberg’s Cherry Hill office, will focus her practice on patent and trademark matters.
TD Wealth Private Client Group appointed John J. Watson as Wealth Market Leader for the southern and coastal New Jersey markets. TD Wealth added four advisors—James H. Beam Jr., Adam E. Bracy, John L. (Jack) Hall, and Nicholas C. Rounds—to support TD Wealth’s continued expansion.
Trace Jenkins, LLC named AllynMarie Smedley, Esq. a partner in the firm.
Moorestown-based Perfect Printing is changing its name to Perfect to reflect the company’s new focus on providing clients comprehensive strategic communication solutions.
Burris Construction Company announced the promotion of William G. Burris III to the position of executive vice president and COO and of Nicholas Keenan to the position of vice president.
Kistler Tiffany Benefits, a health benefits consulting company, acquired Philadelphia Benefits, LLC, a longstanding, service-oriented wholesale agency in Mount Laurel. The purchase also spurred an expansion in job growth. Kistler Tiffany Benefits welcomed Frank Blough, long-time manager of Philadelphia Benefits, LLC and his Philadelphia Benefits team of six associates who will join the Mount Laurel office.
Dr. Beverly Richardson, vice president of special projects at Burlington County College, was inducted into the New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame in recognition to her contributions to education.Habitat for Humanity Burlington County moved its ReStore location to 530 Route 38 in Maple Shade. The money raised in the store helps to cover expenses to construct affordable homes for families in Burlington County.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 4, Issue 4 (April, 2014).
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