On the Move

by Julie Shannon | Jan 9, 2020
On the Move

Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

PSEG has elected Ralph LaRossa as chief operating officer. He will continue in his role as president and COO of PSEG Power, the company’s merchant generation business.

Kristen Mowery, Esq. has recently joined Capehart Scatchard in its health care law department as an associate.

Anthony Wehbe, DO, MBA, FACOI, has been named senior vice president, physician executive of Jefferson Primary and Specialty Care in New Jersey. He has served as Jefferson Health New Jersey’s chief population health executive since February 2016.
Derrick Dickens has been named senior vice president of customer operations and chief customer officer for Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City Electric, Delmarva Power and Pepco.
Damodaram “Damu” Bashyam has been appointed executive vice president, chief information and digital officer for Columbia Bank.
Susan Story, president and chief executive officer of American Water Works Co. Inc., will retire on April 1 and be succeeded by chief operating officer Walter Lynch.
Duly Noted
Jennifer Nixon, assistant branch managerof Columbia Bank’s Maple Shade office, was one of Columbia Bank’s 2019 Community Service award winners. Nixon serves as a board member for the Maple Shade Business Association and is also an active participant in the March of Dimes Walk.
South Jersey Federal Credit Union received the Outstanding Corporation award at the Association of Fundraising Professionals NJ Southern Chapter 2019 National Philanthropy Day Awards. AtlantiCare nominated South Jersey Federal Credit Union for this award.
Lisa Post of BCA Insurance Group has been recognized by Associated Builders and Contractors—New Jersey as its 2019 Women in Construction “Woman of the Year.”
Orchard Valley Middle School students, along with students from the National Honor Society at Washington Township High School and nonprofit CB Kids, crafted Thanksgiving cards for Jefferson Washington Township Hospitalpatients.
Columbia Bank donated fresh turkeys to six New Jersey food banks, including Cathedral Kitchen in Camden.
The Builders League of South Jersey has installed Charles V. Insalaco of Integrity Building Group as president for 2020.
During the month of November, Capehart Scatchard attorneys gave food and monetary donations to benefit Legacy Treatment Services’s annual holiday food drive.
Banks Industrial Group’s employees brought holiday cheer to families staying at Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey through seasonal decoration of the house’s common areas.

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The Joseph Lacroce Foundation hosted its ninth annual toy drive at Virtua Voorhees Hospital, donating gifts to pediatric patients.
Jefferson Health New Jersey donated 24 brand-new electric guitar packages to South Jersey school systems’ music programs. The guitars were built as part of a team-building exercise among more than 250 Jefferson Health New Jersey managers. The donation supports Jefferson’s organization-wide mission to improve lives, including beyond the walls of its hospitals and medical practices.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 9, Issue 12 (December 2019).

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Author: Julie Shannon


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