Cape May Ferry promotes two to captain
The Cape May-Lewes Ferry has promoted Stan Hansen, of Lower Township, and Peter Dudley, of Cape May, to the rank of captain.
Hansen was hired by the ferry in 1988 after working for 14 years in the area’s commercial fishing industry, owning and operating five different vessels.
Dudley was recognized by the Coast Guard in 2006 for the rescue of two sailors afloat on the Delaware Bay.
Dudley, a Vietnam War veteran, worked two years for Bay Ship Management before joining the ferry. In all, Dudley has 40 years of maritime experience.
Both Dudley and Hansen possess a Coast Guard Inland Masters License for unlimited tonnage.
Reliance Medical Group appoints Ortiz
Reliance Medical Group has appointed Dr. Thomas Ortiz as medical director.
Ortiz works in Pleasantville after recently merging his Forest Hill Family Health Associates practice with Reliance, led by Jon Regis, M.D.
Ortiz has served as past president and immediate past chairman of the board of the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians.
Greater Atlantic City Chamber mixer scheduled
The Greater Atlantic City Chamber will hold its monthly Business Networking Mixer from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Carrabba’s Italian Grill on the Black Horse Pike in Egg Harbor Township will host the mixer, which will have appetizers and a cash bar.
The mixer is free for members and $10 for nonmembers. To register, visit acchamber.com. For more information, call 609-345-4524, ext. 12.
LoBiondo to address Ocean City Chamber
The Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly membership meeting at noon Monday at the Flanders Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Rep. Frank LoBiondo, R-2nd. The event will be open to the public.
Cost is $20. For reservations, call 609-399-1412 or email email@example.com.
Somers Point business breakfast
The Somers Point Business Association will hold a breakfast meeting at 8 a.m. Wednesday at Greate Bay County Club, 901 Mays Landing Road.
Rich Hohmann, partner and senior business consultant at Innovative Leadership of the Delaware Valley, will present “How to Create a Simple Strategic Business Performance Process to Measure your Success.”
The cost is $10 per person and includes a full breakfast. Visit somerspointba.org or call 609-920-7004.
Dadak a director of Atlantic City agency
Alison “Ali” Dadak has joined Masterpiece Advertising Design of Atlantic City in the newly created position of executive director of clients services.
Dadak previously worked at Golden Nugget Atlantic City and before that for casino operator Colony Capital.
She has worked in digital marketing for major corporations, including Seminole Gaming Corp., Turner Classic Movies and Virgin America.
Colonial Bank promotes Garcia
Vineland-based Colonial Bank FSB has promoted Ray C. Garcia to assistant vice president.
Garcia began his career in banking in 2001 at Colonial Bank. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Franklin University.
Ocean City Home Bank promotes 3 to V.P.
Ocean City Home Bank has promoted Bernadette Gizelbach to vice president of residential lending, Nancy Haig to vice president of information technology/customer care center and Brenda Gleeson to assistant vice president of the customer care center.
Gizelbach has 20 years of experience in bank lending, including two years at Ocean City Home Bank. She has been a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary for 22 years.
Haig joined the bank eight years ago and has 14 years of experience in information technology.
Gleeson has 20 years of experience in the customer service industry, including seven years at the bank.
Mirallegro joins insurance firm
John Mirallegro has joined IOA Northeast, the northeastern hub for the Insurance Office of America, as an executive producer in the commercial property and casualty department.
He has eight years of experience in the insurance industry and lives with his wife and two sons, Nick and Anthony, in the Ocean View section of Dennis Township.
Three doctors join Cape Physicians
Dr. William Bradway, Dr. Donald Tomasello and Dr. Michael Boriss have joined Cape Regional Physicians Associates in Cape May Court House.
Boriss received his medical degree from the University of Health Science, College of Osteopathic Medicine, and is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiology and nuclear cardiology.
Tomasello received his doctor of medicine from Thomas Jefferson Medical College and is board-certified in surgery. He serves as secretary/treasurer for the hospital’s Medical Staff Executive Committee.
Bradway received his medical degree from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery and is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine and sleep medicine. He has served on the board of trustees of the medical center.
Bradway’s private practice, previously known as Regional Heart and Lung Associates, also is in Cape May Court House.
Cape Regional Physicians Associates is a multispecialty medical group affiliated with Cape Regional Health System, with eight locations in Cape May County.