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Posted: Sunday, August 11, 2013 12:01 am

Zalut honored

for research

Dr. David Zalut, a physician with the Kennedy Health Alliance in Voorhees, has been recognized by the New Jersey Primary Care Research Network for outstanding contributions to the future of practice-based research at the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians conference in Atlantic City.

A resident of Margate, Zalut was recognized for his participation in a study about the impact of electronic medical records on patient care. His medical practice was one of 23 statewide recognized for their research efforts.

ACUA appoints

Pantalone VP

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority board of directors has appointed Joseph C. Pantalone, of Hammonton, as the vice president of the wastewater division.

Pantalone served most recently as the engineering department head and human resource director for Adams, Rehmann and Heggan Associates in Hammonton.

He has been executive director of the Hamilton Township Municipal Utilities Authority. He also served on the Hammonton Chamber of Commerce for 15 years, three years as its president.

FBK names

Perry manager

Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly has named Everett F. Perry III a manager of the firm.

Perry joined the firm in 2012 as a certified public accountant. A graduate of West Virginia University and Rowan University, he lives in Brigantine.

Gaiss' Market

ham a winner

Gaiss' Market, in the Villas section of Lower Township, won fourth place in the Traditional Boneless Ham category at the annual American Cured Meat Championships, held in July by the American Association of Meat Processors.

There were 647 entries in 27 product categories, all judged on the basis of aroma, flavor, eye appeal, color and texture.

Counselors board

re-elects Green

The New Jersey Professional Counselor Examiners Committee has re-elected William F. Green, retired professor at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of NJ and a resident of North Wildwood, as its president and chairman.

The board licenses professional and rehabilitation counselors. Green is past president of the American Association of State Counseling Boards.

Lubcher joins

Northfield law firm

Steven S. Lubcher has joined the workers' compensation department of the Northfield law firm of Petro Cohen Petro Matarazzo.

Lubcher most recently managed the workers' compensation practice for a Cherry Hill law firm.

He received his law degree from Rutgers School of Law in Camden. He is married to Julie Lubcher, an Atlantic County prosecutor.

PR honor

for Suasion

Suasion Communications Group, a communications agency in Somers Point, has been honored with a Ragan's PR Daily Award honorable mention for Best Green Initiative in a Public Relations Campaign.

Suasion Communications Group assisted client Concord Suites in hosting a Solar Celebration to unveil the property's solar panel array.

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