On the Boards

Stewart R. Singer
Stewart R. Singer
Posted: November 27, 2012

Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life, a nonprofit provider of services to seniors, elected the following trustees to its board:

John Birnhak, owner of Weight Watchers of Philadelphia Inc., Fort Washington.

Nina S. Goldfarb, president of the auxiliary of the Abramson Center.

Neal S. Grabell, an attorney at Saul Ewing L.L.P. in Wayne and a visiting professor at Haverford College.

Fran Michelle Levin, executive vice president at Northeast Building Products Corp., Philadelphia.

Stewart R. Singer, an attorney and partner at Salmon, Ricchezza, Singer & Turchi L.L.P., Philadelphia.

Martin L. Trichon, an attorney and partner at Kogan, Trichon & Wertheimer P.C., Philadelphia.

Dorothy Wasserman of Bala Cynwyd, who is active with the Philadelphia Jewish Archives, Jewish Family and Children Services, Interfaithways, and Ben Gurion University of the Negev.

Attorney Carlton L. Johnson has been elected first vice president of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia, the city-based chapter of the international nonprofit housing-rehabilitation organization. Johnson is a partner in the Philadelphia office of Archer & Greiner P.C. and serves as co-chair of the firm's civil rights and government relations practice groups.

American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania has inducted the following board members:

Teresa Bryce Bazemore, president of Radian Guaranty.

Thomas DeGarmo, principal at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Suzanne Garber, chief financial officer at International SOS.

Jim Gentile, director at Elliott Lewis.

Ed Goldberg, senior vice president at Macy's.

Dan Guerin, director at Boeing.

Richard Harris, an attorney.

Jeff Ladoceur, director at SEI Wealth Management.

Leon LaRosa, a partner at Eisner Amper.

Marc Lucca, vice president at Aqua Pennsylvania.

Brigette McInnis-Day, vice president at SAP America.

J. William Mills, president of PNC Bank.

Elisabeth Roland, a psychologist in private practice.

John Susanin, retired senior vice president at SSH Real Estate.

Christina DelVecchio-Tuller, of Guardian Life Insurance.

Rich Yoegel, a director at QVC.

Lori Shemtob, a founding partner of Shemtob Law P.C., Blue Bell, has been elected secretary of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller shareholder Steven T. Miano has been elected vice chair of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy and Resources. The section is a forum for strategies and information for environmental, energy, and resource lawyers. Before entering private practice, Miano was an assistant regional counsel for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region III. He also is an adjunct professor at Rutgers University Law School-Camden.

Roger D. Stark, a Washington-based partner at Ballard Spahr, has been named a co-chair of the American Bar Association's Committee on Renewable, Alternative and Distributed Energy Resources.

Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, a nonprofit organization, named Bill Whitmore and Chris McElwee vice chairs. Whitmore is president of AlliedBarton Securities and McElwee is president of Fastrack Construction.

Ari Rabban, founder and chief executive officer of Phone.com,Mount Laurel, has been named to the board of the New Jersey Technology Council.

Pennoni Associates, a Philadelphia engineering, design and consulting firm, said president and chief executive officer Tony Bartolomeo has been appointed chair of the American Society of Civil Engineers' Industry Leaders Council.

Carolyn Mirabile, a partner in the Norristown office of Weber Gallagher and member of the firm's family law practice group, has been appointed to the Programming Committee and Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Family Law Section.

- Mike Zebe

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