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On The Move

by Editorial Staff--South Jersey Biz

Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.

Comings and Goings

Eisenberg, Gold & Cettei, P.C., a law firm specializing in civil and commercial litigation, real estate, creditor’s rights, condominium and community association law, announced the addition of Amar A. Agrawal (pictured) as partner. With the addition, the name of the firm will now be Eisenberg, Gold, Cettei & Agrawal, P.C.

Trish Yerkov has been named executive director of Jaws Youth Playbook (JYP). As executive director, Yerkov will be responsible for continuing proactive leadership for Jaws Youth Playbook; ensuring that the vision, mission and funding priorities respond to and align with JYP’s strategic goals.

The Law Offices of Lynda L. Hinkle announced that Bryna Batten and Alicia Hutchinson have joined the firm as attorneys-at-law.

Marlton-based Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) named Lee Fein its new senior vice president. Fein brings more than 30 years of experience in commercial real estate to the position, and will lead the firm’s new King of Prussia office.

Bancroft, a leading provider of programs and supports for children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities and adults needing neurological rehabilitation, announced it will relocate its headquarters from Haddonfield to a recently purchased 41,500-square-foot office in Cherry Hill. In addition to the purchase of its new headquarters, Bancroft is also anticipating the opening of the Bancroft NeuroRehab Resnick Center at Mount Laurel. The 18,000-square-foot facility will allow Bancroft to expand its services in occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, neuropsychology, cognitive rehabilitation therapy, therapeutic activities, health and wellness programs, and nutritional counseling with a special focus on serving veterans.

Michelle Gollapalli, MBA, CFRE, CAP, was named vice president of development for Kennedy Health System and executive director of the Kennedy Health Care Foundation. With more than 17 years of experience in philanthropy and development, Gollapalli will oversee all of the health system’s fundraising efforts in her new role.

Century Savings Bank announced the appointment of Peter Bertram to the bank’s board of directors. Bertram also currently serves as the bank’s senior vice president.

Adam M. Levine, DO, FACC, joined the medical staff of Lourdes Cardiology Services/South Jersey Heart Group. Board-certified in nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and internal medicine with a cardiology subspecialty certification, he specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of vascular diseases.

Conversion Technologies International, Inc., a document management services company headquartered in Mount Laurel, announced Jessica Champion as its new director of marketing. In this role, Champion will focus on promoting brand awareness and generating inbound inquiries.

Ted Yoa joined Capehart Scatchard’s Mount Laurel workers’ compensation department. He will represent insurance carriers and employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims at all stages of litigation.

Hyland Levin announced David R. Dahan joined the Evesham firm as partner. Dahan’s practice includes the representation of executors, trustees and beneficiaries in estate litigation matters.

Duly Noted

The American Red Cross of South Jersey Chapter named Patricia Claghorn, a dean of business studies at Rowan College at Gloucester County, its executive vice chairwoman.

Robert E. Mortensen was named chair of the Rutgers University-Camden Board of Directors and Anthony J. DePetris was named vice chair. Both positions carry one-year terms.

Martin H. Abo, CPA with Abo and Company, LLC in Mount Laurel, was named Accountant of the Year by Philadelphia publisher SmartCEO.

The Boys & Girls Club of Camden County elected Benjamin A. Levin, managing partner at Hyland Levin, LLP in Marlton, to its board of directors.

United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) announced Karen Dougherty Buchholz, senior vice president of administration, Comcast Corporation and Charisse R. Lillie, vice president, community investment, Comcast Corporation and president, Comcast Foundation, will serve as co-chairs for its 2014-2015 annual fundraising campaign.

Woodbury florist C.J. Sanderson and Son was presented with a plaque commemorating 100 years in the industry at the annual convention of the Society of American Florists (SAF). Currently owned and operated by Don and Judy Sanderson, the company was started in 1913 by Don’s father, Chris Sanderson.

Bob Riesenbach, president of CMIT Solutions of Cherry Hill, an IT service provider for SMBs, has been named Franchisee of the Month by the CMIT Solutions franchise system. As franchisee of the month, Riesenbach’s Cherry Hill location ranked first out of more than 130 other franchises in categories such as client satisfaction, client retention, revenue growth and the number of client devices managed.

Camden County College (CCC) announced a new partnership with Rutgers University-Camden, wherein a student who has completed a CCC associate degree and has satisfied program-specific requirements will gain admission to Rutgers-Camden. The new umbrella title for the partnership will be Rutgers University at Camden County College.

Cherry Hill’s C&H Collection Services is celebrating its 30th year in business. Created in 1985, C&H has grown into one of the premier leaders in debt recovery, specializing in the medical industry.

GG’s restaurant in the Doubletree Suites in Mount Laurel announced it will reinvent itself into Redz, offering inspired American fare. The restaurant has undergone an entire retrofit including an expanded lobby bar.

The Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey (SHA) named Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development (MEND) and its joint venture development partner Conifer Realty, LLC, winners of its Supportive Housing Project Award — Large Scale Developments. The award recognizes the company’s work at Springside School Apartments in Burlington Township, a 75-unit low- and moderate-income apartment community providing residences and services for both senior citizens and those requiring supportive services for independent living.

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 4, Issue 10 (October, 2014).
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