names vice president
BERKLEY TOWNSHIP - CEO of Millennium Radio Bill Saurer has announced that Kevin Williams will be the new vice president of quality control at Millennium Radio's Bayville campus.
Due to his new responsibilities, the Kevin and Steve show on 1160 AM has been discontinued.
OCEAN CITY - Foundation Title has appointed Susan Peterson its office manager of its Ocean City branch.
Formerly of the Title Company of Jersey, Peterson has 27 years of experience in real estate transactions, short sales and developing customer service.
Grossman to head
ATLANTIC CITY - John L. Grossman, a partner in the Atlantic City office of Fox Rothschild LLP, has been appointed president of the Board of Greater Atlantic City Charities Inc.
Greater Atlantic City Charities, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that operates The First Tee of Greater Atlantic City, which introduces hundreds of children, ages 7 to17, from different socioeconomic backgrounds to the game of golf each year.
Grossman is on the Board of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlantic & Cape May Counties and the Linwood Capital Campaign Committee for Shore Memorial Hospital.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - The Arc of Atlantic County has elected Lee Wasman, Holly Baker and Donna Hogan to its board of directors and appointed Richard H. Walker, of Cooper Levenson, to board president.
Additionally, fund development and communications director Deborah Jewell was promoted to chief development officer at the start of the organization's fiscal year, July 1, 2009.
Wasman is a senior public affairs manager for Atlantic City Electric. He serves on the boards of The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Foundation, the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce, New Jersey Future and Northfield Little League. Lee and his wife, Linda, and daughter Andrea live in Northfield.
Hogan works for Caesars Atlantic City as Operations Controller. She is the United Way chairperson for Caesars. Hogan lives in Egg Harbor Township with her husband, Jim, and children Jessica and Joseph.
Baker is the public affairs officer and spokeswoman at the Federal Aviation Administration's William J. Hughes Technical Center. She lives in Linwood.
Walker recently joined the law firm of Cooper Levenson. Previously, he was vice president, general counsel and secretary for South Jersey Industries. He also serves as secretary on the Richard Stockton College Foundation Board.
Jewell was hired as the fund development and communications director in 2007. She is a Mays Landing resident.
Quinn named library director
TOMS RIVER - The Ocean County Library Commission has appointed Susan Quinn as director of the 21-location system. She replaces Elaine McConnell, who served in that capacity for 25 years.
Quinn began her Ocean County Library career as a children's librarian in Lakewood. She has served as branch manager in Berkeley Township and the headquarters location in Toms River.
ATLANTIC CITY - Masterpiece Advertising has promoted Mark Patten to creative director.
Patten has worked in London and in the Canary Islands. He is a volunteer firefighter in Absecon, where he lives with his wife, Kathryn and 5-year-old son, Donovan.
Bronkesh, Maione join committee
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Noah Bronkesh and Vincent Maione have been selected to join the steering committee for the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy of The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
Maione is regional president of Atlantic City Electric. Bronkesh is a partner of Hill Wallack, L.L.P.
The Southern New Jersey Development Council has announced that the following individuals and organizations will be honored at its Annual Awards Reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 23rd at the Tavistock Country Club, with a special performance by the Bay Atlantic Symphony.
Award winners include: Jeanne Fox, president of the state Board of Public Utilities; Greyhawk, North America; South Jersey Federal Credit Union; and South Jersey Healthcare System.
Call 856-228-7500 for more information.