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March 5, 2018

From the March 5, 2018 issue of NJBIZ.
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March 5, 2018
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March 5, 2018 - (Photo / NJBIZ) Inserra Supermarkets presents a check for $345,164 to the Diabetes Research Institute during an event held at ShopRite of Hoboken. Funds were raised during Inserra’s annual DRI fundraiser and matched by the Inserra Family Foundation. From left: Marie Inserra; Bonnie Inserra; Lindsey Inserra; Joshua Rednik, president and CEO, DRI Foundation; Bill Petsch, manager, ShopRite of Hoboken; Danile Wares, ShopRite of Hoboken; Lawrence Inserra Jr.; Laura Inserra DuPont; Carl Inserra Jr.; and Antoinette Fabrizio, ShopRite of Hoboken. - (Photo / INSERRA SUPERMARKETS) Amboy Bank’s Stan Koreyva, president and COO, and Gregory Scharpf, executive vice president and chief retail officer, present clothing donations to Tina Foley of the Catholic Charities Diocese of Metuchen and Richard Ferreira of the Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton. Donations were collected during a winter clothing drive wherein employees and clients from all Amboy offices donated over 100 bags of clothing and coats. - (Photo / AMBOY BANK) Employee volunteers from Columbia Bank sort and distribute food for residents in need at the Center of United Methodist Aid in the Community, in Paterson. The Team Columbia participants provided 25 hours of community service to CUMAC, which feeds over 2,600 community members per month. - (Photo / COLUMBIA BANK) Mary Kay Roberts, governmental affairs partner and Trenton office manager at Riker Danzig Hyland & Perretti LLP, was honored with the Mary Philbrook Award by the Women’s Political Caucus of New Jersey at the Passion, Power, Progress Awards event in New Brunswick. The Mary Philbrook Award is named for the first woman attorney in New Jersey and is presented to a woman whose legal career has broken barriers and created opportunities for women, with the intent of advancing equality. From left: Riker Danzig attorneys Tony Zarillo, Brenda Liss, Anne Mohan, Cristin Boyle, Ryan O’Neill, Zahid Quraishi, Tracey Wishert, Sam Moulthrop, Mary Kay Roberts, Mick Rossignol, Scott Ohnegian, Teresa Moore, Maha Kabbash, Stephanie Edelson and Mike O’Donnell. - (Photo / RIKER DANZIG HYLAND & PERRETTI LLP) Meadowlands civic and elected leaders joined the NJ Sharing Network and Transplant Games of America at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 27 to announce the Meadowlands as host of the 2020 Transplant Games. The multi-sport festival for people who have undergone life-saving transplant surgeries will take place July 17-22, 2020 and is expected to attract 12,000 people with a $10,000,000 economic impact on the region. From left: Joseph Roth, president and CEO, NJ Sharing Network; Ihor Sawczuk, president, Hackensack University Medical Center; Vincent Prieto, president, NJSEA; Bill Ryan, president and CEO, Transplant Games of America; Elisse Glennon, VP and chief administrative officer, NJ Sharing Network; Elizabeth Stamler, family of organ and tissue donor; Keath Gerald, heart and liver transplant recipient; Barry Ostrowsky, president and CEO, RWJ Barnabas Health; Jim Kirkos, president and CEO, Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce; and Dr. Shamkant Mulgaonkar, chief of transplant division, Saint Barnabas Medical Center. - (Photo / AXIOM COMMUNICATIONS)

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