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Participating in the ribbon-cutting for the new branch of the Two River Community Bank on Broad Stret, Red Bank, are: from left, Red Bank Councilman Art Murphy; Frank J. Patock, chairman of the bank board; architect Jim Gilligan; Mayor Pasquale Menna; Richard Abrahamian, bank CFO; William D. Moss, bank president and CEO; Robert C. Werner, bank COO and Dolores Linquito, branch manager.

Published on January 04, 2013 with No Comments

Nilson Associates Get Top Honors at Convention

 

MIDDLETOWN – Gloria Nilson Realtors®, Real Living, is celebrating the outstanding achievements of three sales associates.

Diana McCarty, Ellen Calman and Christella Fischer all received distinction for their demonstration of superior service and real estate sales excellence.

Last month, during the Triple Play Realtor Convention and Trade Expo in Atlantic City, the New Jersey Association of Realtors (NJAR) named McCarty, a sales associate at the Holmdel office, Realtor-Associate of the Year. The award recognizes her dedication to the community and her “Realtor spirit.”

Calman, a sales associate with the Princeton Junction office, was awarded Realtor of the Year by the Mercer County Association of Realtors.

Spring Lake-based sales associate Fischer was named Realtor of the Year by the South Monmouth Board of Realtors.

For more information or to contact an office near you, please visit www.glorianilson.com or www.rlsrealtors.com.

 

Two River Community Bank Opens Second RB Branch

 

RED BANK – William D. Moss, president and CEO of the Two River Community Bank, proudly opened the bank’s second borough branch at 140 Broad St., on the corner of Broad Street and Reckless Place.

Participating in the ribbon-cutting for the new branch of the Two River Community Bank on Broad Stret, Red Bank, are: from left, Red Bank Councilman Art Murphy; Frank J. Patock, chairman of the bank board; architect Jim Gilligan; Mayor Pasquale Menna; Richard Abrahamian, bank CFO; William D. Moss, bank president and CEO; Robert C. Werner, bank COO and Dolores Linquito, branch manager.

Participating in the ribbon-cutting for the new branch of the Two River Community Bank on Broad Stret, Red Bank, are: from left, Red Bank Councilman Art Murphy; Frank J. Patock, chairman of the bank board; architect Jim Gilligan; Mayor Pasquale Menna; Richard Abrahamian, bank CFO; William D. Moss, bank president and CEO; Robert C. Werner, bank COO and Dolores Linquito, branch manager.

The bank’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday, Dec. 14. The ceremony was attended by borough council President Art Murphy; Jay Patock, chairman of the board of the bank; architect James Gilligan; Mayor Pasquale Menna; Moss; Dolores Linquito, branch manager; Richard Abrahamian, bank CFO; and and Robert C. Werner, bank COO.

“I am very pleased to open our second branch in Red Bank, which will hopefully meet the demands of our existing clients and provide greater banking alternatives for the downtown merchants,” Moss said. “This also provides a very convenient banking location to the Fair Haven – Little Silver market as they come into Red Bank.”

Menna said the borough was “grateful to Two River Community Bank for their service to our merchants, and we are enthusiastic that they are opening their second full-service location in Red Bank. It shows the bank’s confidence in our residences and businesses.”

Two River Community Bank is headquartered in Tinton Falls and operates 16 branch locations and two regional lending offices serving Monmouth, Middlesex and Union counties. The institution is a full-service bank that provides commercial and retail banking services to small and medium-sized businesses, professionals, and individual consumers.

Additional information is available at the website at www.tworiverbank.com.

 

VNA Receives $5,000 Grant from Provident Bank Foundation 

 

RED BANK – Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Central Jersey – a member of the VNA Health Group and a Medicare/Medicaid-certified provider of home health, hospice and community-based services – recently received a $5,000 boost from The Provident Bank Foundation.

The grant supported various healthcare services offered by VNA of Central Jersey, such as post-operative nursing care, rehabilitation therapy, specialized home infusion therapy and home hospice care for individuals who would not otherwise have access to them.

“Generous funding like this enables VNA Health to sustain its mission to care for those most vulnerable at home and in the community,” said Steven H. Landers, president and CEO of VNA Health Group. “We’re proud to partner with The Provident Bank Foundation as part of our ongoing commitment to build healthier communities.”

According to its website, each day more than 1,500 certified home health aides, therapists, social workers and visiting nurses from the VNA Health Group bring their skilled care and compassion in equal measure directly to patients’ homes and communities in New Jersey.

“We are proud to be able to support the VNA of Central Jersey in providing quality home care and hospice programs in our communities,” said Kendall Warsaw, executive director of The Provident Bank Foundation. “Some­times caring for yourself is not an easy task or even possible. When it’s not, it’s encouraging to know that organizations, such as the VNA of Central Jersey, exist to offer these kinds of quality services.”

Additional information about Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey is available at www.vnahg.org or by calling 732-224-6970. Additional information about The Provident Bank Foundation is available by visiting www.ProvidentNJFoundation.org.

 

Women Business Owners Meet

 

MANALAPAN – The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) Shore Region will hold a breakfast networking meeting 8 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8, at Game Shape, 455 Route 9 south.

NJAWBO is the oldest statewide women business owners’ organization in the United States. Its primary objective is to support and encourage business ownership by women. The Shore Region serves members in Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex counties. Information about NJAWBO can be found at www.njawbo.org; information about the shore region can be found at www.njawbo-monmouth.org.

 

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