On the Move

by South Jersey Biz | Jan 25, 2021
On the Move

Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

Rocco DePersia has joined Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt and Flores, LLC.
 
Joseph Lebel has been appointed as president of OceanFirst Bank effective Jan. 1. He will resume the position from Christopher D. Maher, who will remain chairman of the board and CEO.
 
Neil Levine and Lee Sheilds have been named co-managing partners of Friedman LLP’s South Jersey offices effective Jan. 1, succeeding current managing partner Carl Bagell. Additionally, Carol S. Messman has joined Friedman LLP as tax partner.
 
Robert Lamilla has joined Parker McCay as an associate in its environmental law department.
 
Investors Bank has added Edward Hepworth and Darleen N. Andfield both as vice president, business banking.
 
William Coffey joins WSFS Bank as senior vice president, chief technology officer.
 
Lauletta Birnbaum, LLC has added Chad Lewis to its law firm.
 
The Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative has named Helen Hannigan as its new executive director.
 
Charles A. Richman, executive director of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, will be retiring Dec. 30 after 50 years of service.
 
Jaideep Balsara has been appointed head of digital technology at Columbia Bank.
 
Cooper University Health Care has promoted Robert A. Ortiz Jr., JD, to senior vice president and chief philanthropy officer of The Cooper Foundation
 
Duly Noted
Sara Irick, PE, PMP, senior project manager for Grant Integrative Facilities Management, was recognized by the Association for Commuter Transportation as one of its 40 Under 40 TDM Professionals.
 
Capehart Scatchard’s Mary Ellen Rose has been appointed to the executive committee of the Rutgers Law Alumnae Network.
 
To reflect its growth in strategic communication and relationship management services, Graphics Solutions has rebranded and changed its name to Riggs Creative Group.
 
Nessel Development has launched Nessel Energy, a division dedicated to providing energy solutions to property owners by leasing unused rooftop space and providing solar energy production.

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Columbia Bank
 has received the NJ Bankers’ 2019 Silver Community Service Award. In 2019, Columbia Bank employees volunteered over 4,000 hours and the Columbia Bank Foundation donated over $2.6 million to the community.
 
 
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