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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, October 28, 1999 Page 43

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By PAUL J. PEYTON Village Super Markets of Springfield has won a lawsuit against opponents of a ShopRite Supermarket that the company wants to build in Garwood on the Westfield line.

The supermarket, which will be approximately 58,000squarefeet, was originally to be built in Westfield and Garwood on the site of Westfield Lumber and Home Center.

The WestfieldGarwood store was rejected by the Westfield Planning Board and approved by the Garwood Planning Board in 1995.

Village Super Markets later presented a plan to shift the entire store into Garwood, a plan also approved by the Garwood board. It was this plan that Union County Superior Court Judge Edward W. Beglin, Jr., ruled on last week.

In other area supermarket news, Britishowned Marks & Spencer (M& S) announced last month its intention to sell the 25store Kings Super Markets chain. M& S purchased the company in 1988 for $110 million. Locally, the chain has a store in Garwood on South Avenue.

* * * * * Sherl Brand of Westfield, Director of Corporate Business Development at Patient Care in

Westfield, was recently elected to the position of Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Home Health Assembly of New Jersey. The Assembly is actively involved in state and federal issues that impact the home care industry.

Ms. Brand also serves on the boards of The Junior League of Elizabeth, New Jersey Connect and The Freeman Apartments. She is Chairwoman of the Health Care and Related Services Committee for the United Fund of Westfield.

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Guy Levy of Scotch Plains has joined CrollReynolds Company Inc., of Westfield as contract administrator for Vacuum Systems.

Mr. Levy will be responsible for all domestic and international contracts from time of order through to ontime delivery. He will work with company engineers and suppliers to expedite production, providing customers with frequent order updates.

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CrollReynolds is a major supplier of steam, jet ejector systems for the chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical and food processing industries.

Born in Haifa, Israel, he has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa.

* * * * * Print Tech, with offices in Westfield, Kenilworth, Summit and Mountainside, has announced that Gary J. Alessio has joined the company as Corporate Sales Manager.

In his new position, Mr. Alessio is responsible for growth and retention of commercial accounts.

* * * * * Dagmar Finkle, recently named a media specialist in the Westfield High School library, was recently named the recipient of the annual “President’s Award” by Villy Gandhi, President of the Educational Media Association of New Jersey.

Mrs. Finkle, a resident of Chatham, served as Vice President, Conference Chairwoman and later President on the executive board of the Professional Development and Research Committee.

She has served on the board since 1991.

The association represents 1,000 library media specialists in education throughout the state.

* * * * * Christine Kline of Scotch Plains has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Rahway Hospital

F o u n d a tion. Mrs. Kline, an office manager for a L i n d e n based orthopaedic

group, is a Past President of the R a h w a y H o s p i t a l Auxiliary and presently serves as Vice President. She is also Vice President of Union Unit of the American Cancer Society, past President of the Union County Medical Society Alliance and

works in various leadership capacities for the Medical Society of New Jersey.

* * * * * Alex Nesenjuk of Westfield has joined Research Triangle Park, North Carolinabased Ericsson Wireless Internet Solutions as Director of Business Development for Travel Services.

In this position, Mr. Nesenjuk will provide wireless Internet developers with the application development tools and the building blocks to create thirdparty solutions.

The company simplifies communications for its customers in the area of network operators, service providers, enterprises and consumers.

Currently, working out of the Totowa office, he will be relocating to North Carolina.

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Dr. John A. Kline of Scotch Plains, a orthopaedist in Linden, has been elected Chairman of the Rahway Hospital Foundation. A longtime member of the foundation’s Board of Trustees, he previously served as Second Vice Chairman.

He has been on staff at Rahway H o s p i t a l since 1972 where he is an orthopaedic surgeon and Chief of the Division of Orthopaedics.

* * * * * Joel M. Rosen of Westfield has received the Legislative Recognition Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA).

A partner in the Morristownbased law firm of Pitney, Hardin, Kipp & Szuch, Mr. Rosen was recognized for the assistance he provided to the NJSBA Real Property, Probate and Trust Section through recent testimony he provided.

In his testimony, he advanced the NJSBA’s position on legislation that would exempt real estate brokers, salesmen and brokersalesmen from the Consumer Fraud Law under certain circumstances. The NJSBA is opposing the legislation, stating that it would leave consumers without protection or recourse should they be misled regarding the purchase of a home.

Minerva Salinas Guttman of Westfield has been named Director of the Henry P. Becton School of Nursing on F a i r l e i g h D i c k i n s o n University’s Te a n e c k Hackensack

Campus. Dr. Guttman comes to F a i r l e i g h D i c k i n s o n from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) School of Nursing where she served as the Assistant Dean since 1994.

Prior to joining UMDNJ, she chaired the joint UMDNJMiddlesex County College Associate of Science in Nursing Program. Dr. Guttman previously directed the registered nurse and bachelor of science programs at the State University of New York Health Science Center in Brooklyn.

* * * * * Glenn Carr has been named Store Manager for American Tire & Auto Care of Westfield, located at 600 North Avenue East, the location formerly known as Whalen’s Automotive Service.

He succeeds Jeff Pultorak who has been promoted to Manager of American Tire & Auto Care’s larger Flemington store.

* * * * * William J. Dobson of Westfield

has been appointed Director of Wall Streetbased Americana Financial Services, Inc. In this role he will be involved with new business production and the servicing of a diverse client base as an account executive.

He will be responsible for “analyzing overall client operations and exposure to risk and the delivery of an array of risk management services to effectively manage these exposures,” according to Americana Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, David Stoller.

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Mary McEnerney is Among ‘Elite’ at Coldwell Conference

WESTFIELD — Mary McEnerney, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker of Westfield, recently attended the Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation’s “Elite Retreat,” a threeday conference held at the Hilton New York and Towers in New York City. This is the fourth consecutive year that she has been in attendance at the event.

Invitations are extended to the company’s top producers who have achieved outstanding sales volume. Only the top 2 percent of all Coldwell Banker sales associates are invited to attend the Elite Retreat as members

OUTSTANDING REALTOR… Alex Perriello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation, welcomes Mary McEnerney, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker’s Westfield office, to the corporation’s recent “Elite Retreat” for top producers. The threeday conference was held in New York City at the Hilton New York and Towers.

of the company’s President’s Elite and President’s Circle.

In 1998, Ms. McEnerney participated in over $13 million worth of real estate transactions and was top producer in Union County for February and June.

“The members of the President’s Elite and President’s Circle represent the very best of the Coldwell Banker system. We are proud to honor Mary McEnerney and value her affiliation with Coldwell Banker,” said Alex Perriello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Coldwell Banker.

Several area students were named to the Alpha Lambda Delta national scholastic honor society at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa.

They are James Bishop and Ian Doebber of Scotch Plains; Kelly Korecky of Westfield, and Jill Sieffer

of Mountainside. James is a sophomore majoring in electrical engineering and is the son of Virginia and Craig Bishop of Scotch Plains. Ian is a firstyear student majoring in engineering and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doebber.

Kelly is a firstyear student in the College of Arts and Sciences and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Korecky. A sophomore majoring in business administration, Jill is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sieffert.

* * * * * SCOTCH PLAINS – Greig MacIntyre, of Euan and Margaret

MacIntyre of Scotch Plains, received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Colgate University in Hamilton, N. Y.

Greig concentrated in political science at Colgate. He is continuing his studies at the T. C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond.

* * * * * SCOTCH PLAINS – Tara McCall,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. McCall of Scotch Plains, was named a Woodruff Scholar by Emory University, Atlanta, Ga., for the 19992000 academic year.

The scholarship awards fulltuition scholarships to students who have demonstrated qualities of unselfish character, intellectual vigor, outstanding academic achievement, leadership and communication skills.

The Robert W. Woodruff Scholars Program is named in honor of the late chairman of the CocaCola Company.

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