On the Move

by South Jersey Biz | Mar 22, 2021
On the Move

Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.

PCH Technologies has hired Amy Ferris as IT account manager and Devin Bender as chief relationship manager.
 
The Michaels Organization has hired Kunai Chothani as vice president of acquisitions.
 
Eisenberg, Gold & Agrawal recently made the following announcements: Douglas J. Ferguson and Andrew L. Unterlack were recently named partners of the firm, Rishi K. Desai was named Of Counsel, and Bernadette Irace, William RodioAdam Rosengard and Scott Shectman were added to the firm.
 
Corcentric has appointed Sunil Padiyar as its chief technology officer.
 
Pennsylvania-based bank Bryn Mawr Trust is expanding into South Jersey and has hired George Robostello as senior vice president and managing director of commercial banking, Southern New Jersey.
 
Sandra L. Foley is the New Jersey State Nurses Association’s new president-elect. She will also serve as chair of the board of trustees for the association’s foundation, the Institute for Nursing, which funds innovative programs, including scholarships and a research grant, to advance the practice of nursing.
 
Morgananne Dudzinski has been named associate director of the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities.
 
Brian Berkoff, Esq., Francisco Guzmán, Esq., Bryan Horen, Esq. and Kelsey Knish, Esq. recently joined Capehart Scatchard.
 
Bill Sasso is stepping down as chairman of Stradley Ronan after 27 years. Financial partner Kevin Boyle and managing partner Jeffrey Lutsky have been named co-chairs of the firm.
 
Duly Noted
Former NBA star Grant Hill has been named to Campbell Soup Company’s board of directors.
 
Douglas A. Struyk was recently installed as chair of the board of the New Jersey Hospital Association.
 
PSEG’s general counsel Tamara Linde has been named chair of the board of trustees at the Community Foundation of New Jersey.
 
Kenneth Morgan of Morgan Law LLC has joined the board of the Katz Jewish Community Center.
 
Franklin Bank’s board of directors recognized the 40th work anniversary of Mark Edwards, president and CEO.
 
Michael Campbell, senior vice president, community development officer with Columbia Bank, has been awarded with the bank’s Community Service Lifetime Achievement Award.
 
Yasmeen S. Khaleel of Capehart Scatchard was presented with the 2020 Founder’s Award by the Estate and Financial Planning Council of Southern New Jersey. Established in 2001, the founder’s award is presented to an individual who has provided distinguished service to the estate and financial planning profession.
 
NFP has acquired the P&C brokerage client accounts of A.D. Martin Commercial Insurance Services.

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The Deptford Township Board of Education has awarded a $25 million contract for construction at its middle school and high school to Ogren ConstructionThe project, designed by Garrison Architects, will be managed by New Road Construction Management.
 
 
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