Pahang joins FBK accounting firm

Aneta Pahang has joined Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly PC in the Marmora section of Upper Township as a staff accountant.

The graduate of Richard Stockton College and the University for National and World Economy in Bulgaria has dual bachelor’s degrees in accounting and economics. She is working toward obtaining accreditation as a certified public accountant.

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Pahang lives with her husband and son in Mays Landing.

Papperman joins health-billing board

Rich Papperman, president of Cape Medical Billing in Cape May Court House, has been appointed to the Healthcare Billing & Management Association board of directors for a three-year term.

The association, a leading health care revenue cycle management authority, works with government agencies to improve the medical billing business.

Papperman lives in Cape May Court House.

Doyle to join medical practice

Stephanie S. Doyle, M.D., a family medicine physician, will join the Cape Regional Physicians Associates office in the Rio Grande section of Middle Township on Monday.

Doyle received her medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She has been in private and group practice for 15 years, working most recently at South Jersey Healthcare Life Center as a primary care physician.

She has also served as a school physician in several New Jersey districts.

Host Awards dinner to honor Doughertys

The 16th annual Atlantic City Host Awards will honor the best in the hospitality industry May 8 in the Adrian Phillips Ballroom of Boardwalk Hall.

The program, presented by the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority and its foundation, selects winners in 26 service categories.

The Spirit of Hospitality Award will be presented to the Dougherty family, which owns and operates Dock’s Oyster House, the Knife and Fork Inn and Harry’s Oyster Bar. Dock’s has been in the family since it opened in 1897.

Tickets for the Host Awards banquet are $65 and available by calling Jacqui Carole at 609-449-7174.

Cape legal secretaries’ fundraising party

The Legal Secretaries of Cape May County will hold a Cinco de Mayo-themed party from 5:30 to 8 p.m. April 23 at Avalon Links Restaurant in Cape May Court House.

The party is open to the public. Admission is $25 and includes hors d’oeuvres and beverages, with a silent auction and cash bar.

Proceeds benefit the LS Scholarship to a Cape May County student majoring in paralegal studies at Atlantic Cape Community College. RSVP by April 18 to Michele Devine-Hartnett at 609-846-0969. For more information, visit

CNN journalist to speak at Stainton Society event

Journalist Anderson Cooper, who has a show on CNN, will be the featured speaker during the 24th annual Stainton Society Thank You Brunch on May 5 at Revel in Atlantic City.

Members of the Stainton Society, the Shore Medical Center Foundation’s largest fundraising organization, and the Stainton Associates will be invited.

To join and secure an invitation, call 609-653-3800, email or visit

Arc of Atlantic County names David-Wilson CEO

The board of directors of the Arc of Atlantic County has hired Michael J. David-Wilson to serve as the agency’s new CEO.

David-Wilson has 24 years of experience in nonprofit executive and senior management. He most recently served as president and CEO of Brunswick Senior Resources Inc. in North Carolina.

He has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from St. Alphonsus College and a master’s degree in theological studies from Washington Theological Union.

David-Wilson said he and his wife, Dottie, look forward to returning to New Jersey and boating here.

Colonial Bank honors Hummel

Vineland-based Colonial Bank FSB, a community bank with nine branches throughout southern New Jersey, has honored Derek Hummel, head teller at the Upper Deerfield Township branch, with its 2012 Employee of the Year award.

Hummel joined Colonial Bank in July 2009. He was honored for exceptional service to customers and the bank.

Thornton to discuss state of county

The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will hold its next business meeting Tuesday at Avalon Links Restaurant in Cape May Court House. The guest speaker will be Freeholder Director Gerry Thornton.

Check-in and networking begin at 11:30 a.m., with the lunch program starting at noon. Pre-register at or by calling 609-465-7181, ext. 104.

Community expo planned in Vineland

The Consumer Business Expo will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 4 at Haven of Vineland, 2725 N. Delsea Drive.

The community event, sponsored in part by the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce, will feature carnival games, a craft show, health fair, car show, bounce houses and face painting, food, a bike show, and music and a live concert with One of Six Friends. The expo is free and open to the public.

Vendor space for businesses is $75.

Call the chamber at 856-691-7400 or email for more details and to register.

JCC to honor Kline at gala reception

The Milton & Betty Katz Jewish Community Center’s annual gala will honor Ed Kline with a cocktail and tapas reception at 5:30 p.m. April 21 at the Chelsea Prime restaurant in Atlantic City.

Kline is CEO of Kline Construction Co. and a former three-term assemblyman.

Tickets to the event are $200, and proceeds benefit the JCC’s mission.

For more information, visit, call Julie Fink at 609-822-1167, ext. 159, or email

Brenner joins orthopedic practice

Christian Brenner, a physician assistant, has joined the practice of Premier Orthopaedic Associates of Vineland.

Brenner graduated from Rowan University in 2009 and earned his master’s degree from Hahnemann University Hospital in 2012.

He is experienced as an athletic trainer and as a physical therapy assistant.

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