(Galloway, N.J.) Seashore Gardens Living Center (SGLC) held its annual meeting on January 23, 2018, installing a slate of officers and members of the board, and recognizing staff and volunteers who have gone “above and beyond” in their roles of enriching elder lives.
SGLC President/CEO Martin H. Klein presided over the annual meeting, along with Board Chair Adrienne Beinfest who renewed her one-year term. Past Chair Shirley Labov Bernstein installed the board members of Seashore Gardens Living Center. Rabbi Aaron H. Krauss delivered the invocation and closing benediction.
The 2018 slate of officers for SGLC is:
- Chair of the Board: Adrienne Beinfest
- Vice Chairpersons: Michael Stark, Mark Stein, Esq. , Michael Weinraub, Esq.
- Treasurer: Robert Hordes
- Secretary: Sharon Harris-Zlotnick
- Assistant Secretary: Janice T. Cambron
Rabbi Jonathan Kremer joins the board as a new member. Returning members who renewed their terms include: Cy Baltus, Janice T. Cambron, LNHA, CALA, Alan J. Feldman, M.D., Sindy O. Finkelson, Esq., Sharon Harris-Zlotnick, Robert Hordes, Michael A. Hyett, Esq., David Karp, Martin H. Klein, William Kohler, Esq., Ethel F. Levinson, Martha Morowitz, and Irvin Snyder. In addition, the Unexpired Board of Directors includes Adrienne Beinfest, Ronald L. Caplan, Rabbi Aaron H. Krauss, David R. Lieberman, Judy L. Schlank, Michael Stark, Mark Stein, Esq., Michael Weinraub, Esq.
The following Seashore Gardens Living Center staff members and volunteers were also recognized at the annual meeting:
- Making a Difference: Nursing – Andrea Travers, LPN
- Making a Difference: Management – Missy Rundio ADC, CDP
- Making a Difference: Other – Emma Ramirez, Dietary Department
- Rookie of the Year: Juliana Stipa, LPN
- Volunteer of the Year: Suzanne Dawson
“We congratulate our award winners for their dedication to Seashore Gardens Living Center, and our mission, and we wish our board members luck as they embark on their new positions,” said Mr. Klein.
The Simon & Sylvia Zisman Seashore Gardens Living Center (SGLC) is a nonprofit home for the aged, guided by Jewish tradition, law, and charity, dedicated to enriching the quality of life for its residents. The 125,000 square foot senior Living Center features a continuum of services which include assisted living, short and long term nursing care, Alzheimer’s care, respite care and full rehabilitation services, all under one roof. For more information, visit www.seashoregardens.org.