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Newsmakers the Week of October 31, 2013
Temple University has opened the Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Residence Hall and Dining Complex on its North Broad Street campus. The three-building complex is made up of singles, four-bed and five-bed apartment/suites. Mitchell Morgan is a member of the university’s board and a prominent local developer.
Former Gov. Ed Rendell will be honored at the 2013 Fight for Life Gala on Dec. 4 for his ongoing commitment to battle AIDS/HIV. The gala is set for the Union League.
Hillel Zaremba has been named director of community relations and new media at the Consulate General of
Israel to the Mid-Atlantic Region. He has more than two decades of experience working on a variety of issues pertinent to the Philadelphia and South
Jersey Jewish communities.
Sidney D. Rosenblatt, an executive with Universal Display Corp., has been named to the board of managers of the Overbrook School
for the Blind.
H. Ronald Klasko, founding partner of Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP, discussed “Challenges to Entrepreneurs Coming to the United States” at the 46th annual Immigration & Naturalization Institute confab, held in New York.
Nancy L. Hohns, director of marketing, communications, outreach of EnergyWorks, Mayor’s
Office of Sustainability, recently attended the World Brand Congress in Mumbai, India.
Lynnie Schleifer has beeen named president of the board of directors of the Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation while Candice Cohen has been named to the board.
Harris J. Chernow of Chernow Kapustin, LLC, in Horsham, has been named Lawyer of the Year, Best Lawyers 2014, in the field of franchise law.
Ilene Blitzstein Poses has been named a board member of the Philadelphia Young Playwrights.
Dr. Stephen M. Hahn, who heads up the radiation/oncology department at the U of P Perelman School of Medicine and Abramson Cancer Center, is one of 10 chosen as 2013 Fellows of the American Society for Radiation Oncology. Hahn is also the Henry K. Pancost Professor of Radiation Oncology at Perelman/Abramson.