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August 20, 2018

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Midland Park-based Atlantic Stewardship Bank announced it has donated over $738,000 in charitable contributions. According to the bank, ASB is the only one in the U.S. that gives back 10 percent of its taxable income through its Tithing Program, with recipients selected by its board of directors. Pictured from left, ASB President and CEO Paul Van Ostenbridge; Christian Health Care Center President and CEO Douglas Struyk; and ASB board member Kim Vierheilig giving one such donation, a $10,000 gift in May to Wyckoff’s Eastern Christian Health Care Center.
Midland Park-based Atlantic Stewardship Bank announced it has donated over $738,000 in charitable contributions. According to the bank, ASB is the only one in the U.S. that gives back 10 percent of its taxable income through its Tithing Program, with recipients selected by its board of directors. Pictured from left, ASB President and CEO Paul Van Ostenbridge; Christian Health Care Center President and CEO Douglas Struyk; and ASB board member Kim Vierheilig giving one such donation, a $10,000 gift in May to Wyckoff’s Eastern Christian Health Care Center.
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Midland Park-based Atlantic Stewardship Bank announced it has donated over $738,000 in charitable contributions. According to the bank, ASB is the only one in the U.S. that gives back 10 percent of its taxable income through its Tithing Program, with recipients selected by its board of directors. Pictured from left, ASB President and CEO Paul Van Ostenbridge; Christian Health Care Center President and CEO Douglas Struyk; and ASB board member Kim Vierheilig giving one such donation, a $10,000 gift in May to Wyckoff’s Eastern Christian Health Care Center. Inspira Health Network announced Aug. 9 a $50,000 donation to M25 Initiative’s Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative, bringing the health network’s total donations to the organization to $100,000. Inspira, a founding member of CCHFC, will also provide logistical and behavioral health support to further CCHFC’s goal of ending chronic homelessness in the county by 2020. From left, Bridgeton Mayor Albert Kelly; M25 board member Maryam Nassiri; Rev. Robin Weinstein; Inspira President and CEO John DiAngelo; Freeholder Carol Musso; and Inspira Director of Behavioral Health Dave Moore. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose, pictured third and fourth from right, respectively, announce the purchase of 46 new fire, public works and sanitation vehicles Aug. 2 at City Hall in Newark. “The deployment of this new equipment underscores progress we’ve made in updating antiquated equipment because of our improved financial situation,” Baraka said at the event. - (Photo / CITY OF NEWARK) The New Jersey Department of Health selected Trinitas Regional Medical Center as the first recipient of its Public Health Innovator Award, recognizing the hospital for vaccinating 97 percent of its employees against the flu. Employees from Trinitas’ Employee Health and Infection Control staff pose with the award outside the hospital earlier this month. Law firm Bressler, Amery & Ross of Florham Park hosted a group of Boy Scouts from Puerto Rico at Sabattis Adventure Camp in the Adirondacks the week of July 23. The scouts, whose summer camp suffered damage from Hurricane Maria, were sponsored at Sabattis by Bressler, with the firm paying camp fees for the group to attend. Bressler Principal Mark Tallmadge, a scout leader himself, is third from right. - (Photo / BRESSLER, AMERY & ROSS) Hoboken-based environmental consulting firm Atlantic Environmental Solutions Inc. on July 10 sponsored the “U.S. and Global Outlook: Tax Cuts, Trade Wars and Rising Interest Rates” real estate symposium in New York City. More than 60 industry professionals attended the event, featuring keynote speaker Julia Coronado, president and founder of Macro Policy Perspectives and executive in residence and economics blogger at Rutgers Business School. Pictured, from left, Morris Davis, Paul V. Profeta chair of real estate, professor of finance and economics and academic director, Rutgers Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School; Michael Novak, president, AESI; Coronado; Scott Perkins, senior vice president, NAI James E. Hansen; Jonathan Stravitz, principal, SVN l BIOC; and Robert Pearson, president, National Realty Club.

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