Newsmakers, the Week of September 17, 2015


Harris Devor, Rob Greer, Irwin W. Aronson and Tools for School.

Harris Devor, shareholder in Shechtman Marks Devor PC, the Center  City accounting firm, was the recent winner of the SMART CEO CPA Service Area Firm award. Devor heads up the Litigation Consulting and Forensic Accounting group. Hundreds attended the SMART CEO CPA & ESQ Awards luncheon at The Ben, honoring the region’s most enterprising accountants and attorneys for their leadership, accomplishment, innovation and success.
Rob Greer is opening a Philadelphia franchise of hygiene-focused company Enivro-Master, the company’s second in Pennsylvania. Most recently, Rob was vice president and corporate controller for a private equity-owned national records and imaging company. Rob graduated from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business combined BBA/MBA program, earning both degrees in public accounting. Active in his community, Rob has been a GEYA Little League Commissioner and has held committee and board positions at Beth Israel Congregation of Chester County over the past 10 years.
Irwin W. Aronson, partner of the Philadelphia labor, employment and workers’ compensation firm Willig, Williams & Davidson’s Harrisburg office, has been appointed to chair the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts Board (IOLTA). Pennsylvania’s IOLTA program enables lawyers to raise millions of dollars to help provide legal services to the poor and disadvantaged. Aronson concentrates his practice in labor and employment law, employee benefit matters, governmental affairs and legislative drafting and analysis, and has been selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers of America and has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer by Thomson Reuters.
Tools for School assembled a team of volunteers at the Union Avenue School in Margate to stuff 500 backpacks with school supplies for distribution to JFS in Atlantic County, Boys and Girls Clubs of Atlantic City and Camden New Jersey, Sons of Israel, the Foundation for Jewish Day Schools, and Nemours duPont Pediatric Hospital in Philadelphia. The project, which began in 2013 as a mitzvah project with the goal to raise money to purchase and deliver backpacks filled with school supplies to underprivileged kids in our area, is now an annual event.
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