Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.
Comings and Goings
Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice will welcome Marjorie Ivins (pictured) as its first chief operating officer. She will oversee clinical operations, information technology, quality and compliance. The company also welcomes Sara Pagliaro as its newest hospice physician.
Eugenia K. Bonilla, a member of the Burlington Camden County Association of REALTORS (BCCAR), was appointed to a seat on the New Jersey Real Estate Commission by Gov. Chris Christie. Bonilla, a member of Prudential Fox and Roach in Mount Laurel, was president of BCCAR in 2009, on the board of directors prior to that, and received the Realtor of the Year Award in 2008.
Ted Federici joined Trilogy Partners as chief operating officer. He comes from a background as an officer at Verizon Corporation and president of his own management consulting business.
Dr. Leigh H. Hopkins has joined Lourdes Medical Associates Professional Orthopedics in Haddon Heights as their newest orthopedic surgeon. He will also be performing surgeries at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden.
South Jersey Federal Credit Union named Kenneth Barnshaw its new vice president of Governmental Affairs. Barnshaw, of Deptford, previously served as the company’s assistant vice president of Business Development, as well as Deptford’s Township manager.
Haddonfield’s Craig, Annin & Baxter has welcomed Paul D. Kelly and John C. Grady as partners to their firm. The firm focuses on full-service litigation, Kelly concentrating on civil litigation and Grady working primarily in insurance fraud, asset recovery and insurance coverage.
Technology consulting firm Conigent, Inc. launched Wodify, a custom mobile application, at the end of August. The app specializes in electronically tracking progress related to CrossFit exercises, a fitness trend that’s sweeping the nation. Approximately 10,000 athletes across South Jersey are expected to implement the app to their practice this fall through designated CrossFit locations.
Mount Laurel’s Ancero, a leading provider of managed services and communications for the Delaware Valley, was ranked No. 3,291 on Inc. magazine’s 500|5000 of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The company also unveiled a new website this month, debuting at Ancero.com.
Long & Foster Real Estate’s Haddonfield office saw a 97 percent increase in sales volume in July and a year-to-date sales volume and unit increase of 10 percent.
Evesham Mortgage, LLC’s Robert Kelly was named a Five Star Mortgage Professional by the Minnesota-based company Five Star Professional. The title is a national award issued to mortgage professionals with strong customer service skills.
Rob Curley, South Jersey president of TD Bank, and Adolfo Pepe Piperno, CEO of A.C. Moore Arts & Crafts, will be honored by the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation at a humanitarian award ceremony on Oct. 5.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 2, Issue 9 (September, 2012).
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