Free help for small businesses
Several agencies — including area banks, the Small Business Administration and the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center — will offer small businesses assistance and information about lending programs during free “A Day With The SBA” events Sept. 29 at the Ramada Inn, 2216 W. Landis Ave., Vineland. Identical sessions will be held from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.
Preregistration is required. Call the Small Business Development Center at Richard Stockton College at 609-347-2174.
O’Brien joins Woodbine salon
Leah Egbert O’Brien, a certified massage therapist, has joined the staff at Profound Beauty Hair Salon in Woodbine. O’Brien, who lives in Millville, previously had her own business for five years.
Cape Medical appoints Burke
Kevin R. Burke has been appointed director of materials management at Cape Regional Medical Center. Previously he served in the same capacity for Palos Community Hospital in Palos Heights, Illinois. Burke has a master’s degree from St. Xavier University.
Two doctors join Rothman Institute
Two doctors, podiatrist James A. Cancilleri and orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon Joseph N. Daniel, have joined the Rothman Institute and will see patients at its Egg Harbor Township offices.
Cancilleri, previously the owner and president of the Centre for Foot and Ankle Care in Somers Point, will also see patients in Rothman’s Manahawkin offices.
Icon Hospitality promotes three
Icon Hospitality of Galloway has promoted three employees: Kristin Steelman, who has been named director of sales; Paige Puentes, assistant pastry chef; and Paul Delaverdac, assistant manager of Gourmet Liquors.
A resident of Absecon, Steelman has a bachelor’s degree from Richard Stockton College. She previously was sales and catering manager.
Puentes, formerly a pastry cook and lead cake decorator, lives in Hammonton and graduated from the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College.
Delaverdac, a Galloway resident, is a Boston University graduate.