Bacharach names

Mohr VP of nursing

Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation has named Diane Mohr as chief nursing officer, vice president of nursing and patient care.

Mohr started her career in 1984 as a staff nurse at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center and joined Bacharach in 2010 as a clinical nurse educator.

Mohr has a bachelor of science degree in nursing and a master’s degree in business administration of health and medical services.

Wells Fargo Advisors

promotes Robbins

Wells Fargo Advisors has named Donald W. Robbins as senior vice president of investments. Robbins is a financial adviser in the firm’s Vineland office.

A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with a degree in economics, Robbins has been a financial adviser for 19 years, joining Wells Fargo Advisors in 2003.

He and his wife, Dana, live in Millville with their two children.

Reeds in Stone Harbor

appoints Ostrander

The Reeds at Shelter Haven, a 37-room boutique hotel resort in Stone Harbor, has named Krista Ostrander as sales manager.

Ostrander most recently worked for five years as the wedding and social sales manager at Congress Hall in Cape May.

She is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in English and early childhood education. She lives in Cape May Court House with her husband and 2-year old son.

Somers Point

branding event

The Somers Point Economic Development Advisory Commission will present a new branding initiative from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 14 at Greate Bay Country Club.

Hosted by Somers Point Business Association, there will be complimentary food and refreshments along with a cash bar.

Please RSVP to secretaryspba@aol.com.

Grants/loans program

for storm damages

The Greater Atlantic City Chamber, with the Small Business Development Center at Richard Stockton College, will hold a Stronger NJ Business Program: Grants and Forgivable Loans for Superstorm Sandy-Impacted Businesses.

The event will take place from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Aug. 20 at the SBDC’s Carnegie Center in Atlantic City. The featured speaker will be Linda Kellner, of the NJ Economic Development Authority, director of its Office of Recovery.

Eligible small businesses and nonprofits may apply for grants and forgivable loans of up to $50,000 per impacted location. Admission is free with on-line registration at www.acchamber.com.

Advance registration for the one-on-one meetings is required by emailing the EDA’s Patience Purdy at ppurdy@njeda.com.

Call 609-345-4524, ext. 12, or email emonroe@acchamber.com.

Morris manager

at South Jersey Eye

South Jersey Eye Associates, of Bridgeton, has named Lynnette E. Morris its optical manager, responsible for training optical personnel, managing inventory and overseeing eyewear sales at SJEA.

Morris, certified by the American Board of Opticianry, has 24 years optical experience.

She lives in New Castle, Del.

More than 30 years’ experience reporting and editing for newspapers and magazines in Illinois, Colorado, Texas and New Jersey and 1985 winner of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association’s John Murphy Award for copy editing.