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- SASHE, FASHE and CHFM Members
- Facility Manager of the Year Award Recipients
- President’s Award
- Member Admissions by year
SASHE, FASHE and CHFM Members
The Healthcare Facilities Management Society of New Jersey Congratulates the Following Members who Achieved FASHE, SASHE and/or CHFM designation with the American Society for Healthcare Engineering and the American Hospital Association.
- William D. Anderson, FASHE, CHFM
- George E. Aninwene, MBA, CHFM
- Robert H. Bartels, CHFM, CHSP, CHEP, FASHE
- Joseph A. Berlesky, CHFM
- Cheuk Chin, P.E. CHFM
- Charles F. Church, CHFM
- Michael DePadova, NJLMP, BSME, MHA, CHFM
- Benedict DiFranco, CHFM, SASHE
- John DiGirolomo, MBA, FASHE, CHFM, CHSP, CHEP
- Ed Fay, CHFM, CHSP
- George Gancsos, CHFM
- Leo M. Gehring, CHC, CHFM, FASHE
- Gary Giovinazzo, CHFM, CHEP, CHSP, SASHE
- Joseph Glaski, MBA, SASHE
- Oscar Gonzalez, CHFM, SASHE
- Edward Grogan, CHFM
- William T. Guy, Jr., FASHE
- Jeffrey Henne, CHSP-FSM, CHEP, SASHE
- Wayne E. Kinder, FASHE
- Thomas P. Lazarro, MBA, FASHE, CHFM
- Salvatore L. Micale, CHFM
- Kiran Mody, CHFM, CHSP, CSP
- Michael C. Moore, CHFM
- Scott Reilly, CHSP, CHFM
- John Schliewenz, AIA, CHFM
- Henry K. Schuurman, CHC, CHSP, CHFM, SASHE
- Rajendra Shah, P.E., MBA, BSME, CHC, CHFM, FASHE
- James A. Shoemaker, FASHE
- George L. Thomas, FASHE, CHFM
- Thomas Tufaro, CHFM
- Edo Volaric, CHFM
- Dale Woodin, CHFM, FASHE
Facility Manager of the Year Award Recipients
- 2013 Rajendra Shah, P.E., MBA, BSME, CHFM, FASHE, CHC
- 2012 Michael Olesinski
- 2011 Oscar Gonzalez, CHFM, SASHE
- 2010 John DiGirolomo, MBA, FASHE, CHFM, CHSP, CHEP
- 2009 Edward Fay, CHFM CHSP
- 2008 Darayes F. Bharda
- 2007 Peter H. Appelmann, Sr.
- 2006 James Corueil
- 2005 Robert K. Thompson
- 2004 Oscar Gonzalez, CHFM, SASHE
- 2003 Benedict DiFranco, CHFM, SASHE
- 2002 William D. Anderson, FASHE, CHFM
- 2001 George L. Thomas, FASHE, CHFM
Do you know a member that deserves to be recognized for their…
- Significant contributions to the operation of the chapter
- Made a special contribution to the field of healthcare facilities management
- Done something exceptional for a fellow facilities manager
- Contributed exceptional work in the area of Codes and Standards?
- 2014 Amy E. DiPaolo
- 2014 Jeffrey Henne, CHSP-FSM, CHEP, SASHE
- 2014 Kathleen Melle
- 2013 William D. Anderson, FASHE, CHFM
- 2013 Oscar Gonzalez, CHFM, SASHE
- 2013 Darren Siker
- 2012 William Kelly
- 2012 Robert E. Morrison
- 2010 Mark D. Carter, Sr.
- 2010 Frank Keller
- 2010 Robert N. Roop, P.E.
One man awake, awakens another.
The second awakens his next door brother.
The three awake can rouse a town
By turning the whole place upside down.
The many awake can make such a fuss
It finally awakens the rest of us.
One man up with dawn in his eyes
Surely then multiplies.
We cannot say whether Frank Keller is man number one, two, or three in this poem. We can be assured that he is somewhere in that mix however because he is the one in our chapter with the passion to awaken the rest of us. In past years several of us have had the privilege to accompany him on one of his runs ministering to the homeless or others in need.
As we make a singular trip with him we feel good about what we have done, but none of us seem ready to commit to the level Frank has. The difference is Frank has intentionally continued to act and in doing so made a tremendous difference to so many. Those who know him know there is no ulterior motive just love for those in need. Those he calls "our friends."
It is appropriate that someone who humbly carries on such important work for those marginalized by society be recognized. This past month that was the case for Frank and his not for profit Howard's Mission as their story was shared in the Daily Record. With the permission of the Daily Record, we are reprinting the article below.
Morris man fills a hole by giving to others
By LORRAINE ASH @LorraineVAsh August 23, 2015
When the white Howard's Mission van parked on Mercer Street in Dover Wednesday, dozens of homeless people, all clutching shopping bags, gathered around.
Volunteers from the seven-year-old mission, which started making a monthly stop at Trinity Lutheran Church in July, jumped from the van and into a well-oiled routine.
Want men's shirts or brand new cargo shorts? Go to the side door. Hoodies? Sweatshirts? Sneakers? Water? Go to the park benches.
"Anybody need socks? I got socks!" yelled out Rick Hey of Parsippany, who became the mission's only employee after retiring from the insurance industry. Men gathered around him.
A woman approached a volunteer with a box of sweatshirts.
"Can I take that gray one?" she asked in a soft voice. She smiled.
"You got it," he said.
David DeFazio, who lives around Dover, held his new blue hoodie at arm's length, admiring it.
"I need some hoodies and warm clothes," he said, "because the seasons will be changing. People need sneakers. They got sneakers here today."
Blankets were popular items, too, despite the heat, since people sleep on top of them in summertime. They help smooth out the hardness of a concrete or forest floor.
Meanwhile, at the back of the van, Frank Keller, a trustee of Howard's Mission and a friend of the late Howard Gellman, its namesake, gave out other types of clothing as well as underwear, knapsacks, and toiletry kits.
"We get rushed as soon as we park," said Keller, of Morris Township, a tall, thin man with a ready smile.
That's why the team fans out-to instantly dilute and organize the crowd.
"It's what we called controlled chaos, but that's the way we like it," Keller said. "It's messier. It's crazier. There are some organizations that will set up tables and have the volunteers on one side. So it winds up the haves are on one side and the have-nots are on the other. We don't want to do that."
The system was developed over years of making weekly runs to New York City, which is where Howard's Mission began. The late Gellman, who lived in Gillette, used to deliver the Daily Racing Form in and around New York City. As he made his way around the streets, he saw how people were struggling.
He was moved to personally help them, however he could, till his death in 2006 at age 60. On his deathbed, Gellman asked Keller, his buddy, to take care of his elder sister, Gloria. Keller kept that promise, carrying through on Gloria Gellman's wish to formalize her late brother's good works.
In 2008, the legal wheels started turning to create the nonprofit. Gloria Gellman died three years ago, but Keller, president of CARPET, et cetera, based in Cedar Knolls, has kept the mission alive, housing it under the same roof as his business.
"Two days ahead of time, we'll text out to our volunteers, our street friends, in New York that we're going to be at such-and-such a stop," Keller said, explaining how Thursday night runs to the other side of the Hudson River are organized. "They get the word out to the people who really need us."
The van goes to Penn Station, Grand Central, 40 th and 10th, The Bowery Mission, Tompkins Square Park, South Ferry Terminal in Battery Park, and Times Square Church. Recently, because it wants to reach new people, in addition to its customary expectant beneficiaries, Howard's Mission has been doing so-called "pop-up runs" to New York.
"On those runs," Keller explained, "we won't divulge where we're going."
Personal and direct
What distinguishes Howard's Mission-and is a point of pride among its five trustees-is its personal touch. The nonprofit's motto is "From our hands to theirs."
"I like the intimacy of the runs. I like the direct contact," Keller said. "Something about the process resonates with people. One woman needed hand cream one night. No one had any. On the next run, she got a ton of hand cream. These are the little connections we make."
Extraordinary effort even goes into the making of the toiletry kits that are distributed. Since Howard's Mission began, they have been a labor of love for Keller's mother-in-law, Florence Colarusso, 88, of New Vernon. She makes sure every kit contains a bar of soap, hair products, dental products, and a hand sanitizer.
Then come what Colarusso calls the goodies-bras and panties for women, washcloths, tweezers, nail files, safety pins, band-aids, sunglasses, pads and pencils, a cap, a visor, a wallet, anything she can get.
"My lady friends at The Woman's Club of Morristown have been so kind," she said. "They donate what they have, empty their vanity and junk drawers, bring me all the goodies they get at hotels when they go on vacation, shop at Walmart. They are wonderful.
"When I'm making these bags," she said, "I wonder if the people who receive them get as excited about opening the bags as I do about closing them. I think so."
The direct delivery to the homeless heartens more than the recipients, according to Keller. Individual donors, who leave clothing in a bin outside the CARPET, et cetera building on East Frederick Place in Cedar Knolls, like it, too. So do those who run drives for Howard's Mission, including St. Kateri Church in Sparta.
"When people drop off boxes of clothing someplace, they really don't know where it goes or even if their donation is being handed out to the poor," Keller said. "But people who donate to us know that what they give goes from their hands to our hands to the hands of the homeless."
Expanding to Morris
The recent decision to expand and serve sites in the Morris County area was a natural, Keller said. For one thing, many of the people who run Howard's Mission are from New Jersey. But there's another factor, too.
"Because we are here, people who give to us like to know that we're giving to people in our communities," said Debbie Campesi of Whippany, an accountant and another Howard's Mission trustee. "They really like to hand me a shirt, knowing that shirt will go to somebody in Morristown or Dover."
Howard's Mission reaches 50 to 100 people each week. Ultimately, it will never be a large operation, according to Campesi. Its trustees, each of whom head up one aspect of the operation, all have jobs and families.
Yet, starting this summer, Howard's Mission opened its own space, adjacent to the carpet business. That works well since CARPET, et cetera employees are encouraged to spend an hour, here and there, sorting clothing, bagging lunches, or making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to supplement the two dozen donated weekly by Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament parish in Roseland.
"We can make 60 to 70 PB&Js in an hour," Keller said.
The goal, Campesi said, is for Howard's Mission to be just a little bigger.
"So far the funding is private, but we are starting to look for donations," she explained. "We have this new space. We're going to start soliciting for more donations, especially more donations of clothing, so we can grow and give more.
"Now, we're giving out a significant number of items a week," she added, "but you're talking a dozen shirts, a dozen pairs of shoes-not 50. We're doing the best we can."
Keller, the energetic 64-year-old who coordinates all the runs, has a very busy life. Married with two grown daughters, he runs CARPET et cetera, pursues a doctorate at Fordham University, and sits on the social justice committee of the Health Care Facilities Management Society of New Jersey.
Yet he always has time for Howard's Mission.
"We are the sum of our experiences," Keller said. "I grew up in the lower middle class. My mom was very ill. She suffered from schizophrenia and nobody spoke about it. It was ignored. I saw that, early on. I never went to school. I've been on my own since I graduated high school.
"I started the carpet business in 1975 and became relatively successful," he went on. "Around the mid-nineties, as I got into my 40s, existential issues started to come into play. I decided I wanted to go to school."
So he attended the College of St. Elizabeth in Convent Station, first earning a certificate in pastoral ministry, then a bachelor's degree in theology and philosophy, and then a master's degree in theology. His background, and all that studying, led to lots of soul searching for Keller and to a resolve to help people.
"You come to realize that we are what we give away," he said. "We're all born with this hole in the soul and we try to fill it using an outside dynamic - food, drugs, sex, alcohol, material things. It doesn't work. What works is the in-out dynamic. When you give of yourself, you fill that hole."
He stays humble, he said, in the face of the gigantic need that he sees all around him. It appears to him that there are now more homeless people in New York City than there have been in several years. Though he may drive into Manhattan with a truck loaded to the hilt with clothing, supplies, toiletry kits, and food, it's always empty when he comes back and there are always more people in need.
Statistics released by the Coalition for the Homeless bear him out: the number of homeless New Yorkers sleeping in municipal shelters nightly is now 72 percent higher than it was 10 years ago.
In Morris County, there were 273 households found to be homeless this past Jan. 27, according to an official point-in-time count - a drop of 9 percent from 300 in January 2014. But talk of federal funding cutbacks, due to sequestration, could reverse that change virtually overnight, advocates say.
At the Dover stop Wednesday, Howard's Mission emptied every bag, box, bin, and plastic container it had brought in 20 minutes. At the end, one lone man, who arrived late, tapped Keller on the shoulder.
"Could I bother you for some toiletries?" he asked.
"I'm sorry," Keller said. "We're out of everything."
"Don't worry about it," the man said. "That's OK."
Hey told the man Howard's Mission would be back at Trinity Lutheran Sept. 16, the third Wednesday of the month.
"We may need to double our route here," Hey said. "I'm hearing that people are working on summer gardening jobs now. When the weather gets cooler, this crowd could double in size."
Keller made a mental note to bring more goods for women next time. Usually, he said, about 15 percent of the people who show up at Howard's Mission stops are women. In Dover, the number was much higher. He closed up the van and looked at the people, laden with shopping bags, smiling big smiles, ambling away, to wherever.
"You go home tonight. You take a shower and get into your nice clean bed," he said, his gaze looking heavenward, "and you just say, Thank you."
Lorraine Ash: 973-428-6660; email@example.com
• Want to donate money, clothing, supplies, or time to Howard's Mission? Contact the organization at www.howardsmission.com or 973-605-8787.
We thank the Daily Record for permission to reprint this article. We also thank Frank for the significant difference he makes in others lives each and every day. As our chapter's Social Justice Chairman we thank him for keeping us aware of the needs of others. In the words from a Franciscan blessing:
May God bless you with discomfort,
At easy answers, half-truths,
And superficial relationships
So that you may live
Deep within your heart.
May God bless you with anger
At injustice, oppression,
And exploitation of people,
So that you may work for
Justice, freedom, and peace.
May God bless you with tears,
To shed those who suffer pain,
Rejection, hunger, and war,
So that you may reach out your hand
To comfort them and
To turn their pain to joy.
And may God bless you
With enough foolishness
To believe that you can
Make a difference in the world.
So that you can do
What others claim cannot be done
To bring justice and kindness
To all our children and the poor.
Submitted by Hank Schuurman, Trustee
In 2017 we welcome as new members:
- Edward Maher
- Nathan Nace
- Andrew Schober, PMP
- Terry Pomeroy
- Sal Vazquez
In 2016 we welcome as new members:
- Louis Babecki
- Daniel Bensimon
- Dave Buckman
- Luis Cacers
- Robert Carney, CHFM, BEAP, OPMP, PEM
- Mark Dougherty, FACHE
- Mark Evers
- Steven Garcia
- Lourdes Hernandez
- Tim Laboranti, AIA, LEED, NCARB
- Lee Levicoff
- William Lobdell
- Fred Missel
- Glenn Mohring
- Matthew Mokracek
- Katie Obergfell
- William Payne
- Caroline Polhemus
- Benett Rosen
- Dennis Rudloff, CHFM
- Tracy Schnyer, AIA
- Thomas Sparling
- James Toner
- Sean Torpey, PE
- Robert Tweed
- Cindy Vasta
In 2015 we welcome as new members:
- Keary E. Allen
- Rick Alonso
- Maged Ayad
- Diana Barsoum
- Joseph A. Blasi
- Jason Bossart
- Christina DePack
- John D’Elena
- Jessalyn Delleani
- Joseph H. Earl
- Daniel Grover, P.E.
- Anna Ibrahim
- Herbert Kislow
- Philip Lewis
- Eric Lorenzen
- Richard Lynch, PhD, CIH
- Patricia Madrid
- Robert Masters II, AIA, NCARB, LEED, AP BC+C
- Christopher McIvor
- Cherise Poulin, Associate AIA
- Inder Rodrigue
- Donna Terzano, AIA
- Jay Torres
In 2014 we welcome as new members:
- Obi Agudosi, R.A.
- Mary Alcaraz, P.E., LC, CEM, LEED, BD+C
- Andrew Boyko
- Jim Burge
- Patrick J. Burke, Jr., M.S., BS, PMP
- James Case, B-Arch, AIA
- Cheuk Chin, P.E., CHFM
- Melissa Goyette, BSME
- Kenneth Haber, CHSP-FSM, FACHE, MPA
- Orisis Hodge
- Christopher King, BS, MBA
- John S. Kroncke
- Tony Kwiatkowski
- Jason C. Lee, AIA, LEED, AP, LGP
- Lillian Marr
- Antonette Mitterando, P.E., RA, LEED, AP
- Larry Patton
- Connor O’Flynn
- Faith Orsini, P.E.
- Rishi Persad, BSEE, MSEM
- Matthew J. Robinson
- Edward D. Seemon
- Denise Schmidt
- Lyndsay Schnell
- Louis L. Zuegner, P.E., P.P.
In 2013 we welcome as new members:
- Anthony Adrignola
- Craig Aukett, E.I.T.
- Relito Blanco
- Joseph W. Boltzer
- David J. Cilona
- Janna Cohen
- Rodney Conway
- Jay D’Agostino
- Leo DiFonzo
- Erica Gitin
- Russell Hendricksen
- Michael Jones
- Christopher N. Martinson
- Ellis Molina, Jr.
- Sarah Molnar
- Kenneth M. Noll
- Pat Naused
- William O’Connor
- Nitin Pathakji
- Robert Rodriguez
- Mario Santos
- Leonard Savino, PE
- Craig Senior
- Robert J. Smedberg, PE
- Michael E. Snyder
- Joel Tannenhaus
- Nancy Witt
- Chuck Zagorskie
In 2012 we welcome as new members:
- Peter H. Applemann, Jr.
- Jeffrey N. Beeden, PE, CEM, CEA, LEED, AP
- Dennis David
- Donna DeBiasi
- Michael Demauro
- James Franklin DePremo
- Kelley Esposito
- Steve Foster
- Michael Gfroehrer
- Linda Gugliemo
- Marl J. Hari
- Rich B. Kahn, AIA, LEED, AP
- John King, CHFM
- Vincent Knoll
- Andrew Mazzella
- Joel Mercado
- Kiran Mody, CHFM, CHSP, CSP
- Mark A. Orsini
- Michael Perdoni
- Terry L. Pomeroy
- Wally Puchalik
- James Scandale, PE, LEED, AP
- Jeffrey William Schmidt, Jr.
- Jarret Shapiro
- James Wiedo
In 2011 we welcome as new members:
- Joseph Baldanza
- Jeffrey Batten, PE
- Ralph Carito
- Mauro Cecchetti
- Johnathan Coleman, PE
- Sal Curi
- Sam Diamond
- Marcel Dirle
- Barry J. Duignan, PE
- Hector Genao
- Edward Grogan
- Richard Guditus
- Howard Halverson
- William H. Hartman
- Daniel Horton
- Kenneth Juillet
- Irving Leong
- James Major
- Ryan P. Mullen, P.E.
- Mary Padgett-Duquette
- Frank Pessolano
- Umberto Petrucci
- Geri Roatti
- Adria Rosoff
- Albert H. Seiler
- Alvin St. Paul
- William L. Stranahan, PE
- Robert K. Thompson
- Phillip Toussaint, AIA
- Annette Vega-DeFazio
- Alan V. Veltidi
In 2010 we welcome as new members:
- Fran Consoli
- Frank Dariano
- Mark DiDolci
- Robert Donegan
- Robert Dyker
- George Gancsos
- Patrick Glenn Garofalo
- Joshua A. Glaski
- Joseph Green
- William Hamilton
- Patrick J. Hogan
- Nick Juliano
- Terrence McCarthy
- Robert Mendez
- Michael Murphy
- John S. Musial
- Jennifer O'Donnell
- Robert Pietropinto
- John Rushforth
- Gaetano Santangelo
- Jerry Schimmenti
- Albert H. Seiler
- Darren Siker
- Joseph Suchanek
- Nolan M. Thrope
In 2009 we welcome as new members:
- Brian Banner
- Gary Coopersmith, LEED, AP
- Scott Curia
- Joseph J. Hendershot, P.E.
- William Leleszi
- Terry Pollin
- Samuel N. Prisco
- Frank Prospero
- Denis Rawls
- Tricia L. Romano, P.E.
- Metivier Sanderson
- Brian Smith
- Terrence White
- Gary Wunderlich
In 2008 we welcome as new members:
- Kurt Baur, AIA
- Steve Botbyl
- Arthur Cardillo
- Jerry Comi
- Frank Conti
- John Cornacchio
- THomas Delcalzo
- John Kronke
- Austin Murphy
- Robert Nolan
- Michael Olesinski
- Hadi Raji
- Rajendra Shah
- Scott Smith
- Joseph Suchanek
- Rick Toncic
- Thomas Tufaro
- Quentin Wiest
- Danielle Wolenz
- Ahmad Yousufi
In 2007 we welcome as new members:
- Janos M. Angeli, Raritan Bay Medical Center, Old Bridge, NJ
- George E. Aninwene, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
- James Clark, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
- Frank Conti, St. Barnabas, Bronx, NY
- Charles K. Crugnola, Palisades Medical Center, North Bergen, NJ
- Fred Eilinger, PE, Pascack Valley Hospital, Westwood, NJ
- Alexander Gutkin, PE, AKF Engineers, New York, NY
- Chris Hariegel, Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth, NJ
- Tracy Jordan, American Industrial Supply, Perth Amboy, NJ
- Gamal A. Kaldas, Holy Name Hospital, Teaneck, NJ
- Louis Linn, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ
- Manuel O. Mederos, Palisades Medical Center, North Bergen, NJ
- Kathleen Melle, International Elevator Company, High Bridge, NJ
- Patrick Naused, Raritan Bay Medical Center, Perth Amboy, NJ
- John Nesbitt, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
- Robert Payton, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ
- George Pinilla, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ
- Hadi Raji, Christian Health Care Center, Wyckoff, NJ
- Michael Simchera, Christian Health Care Center, Wyckoff, NJ
- Anthony Steene, Hawk Solutions Group, Poughkeepsie, NY
- Mark Tucker, Mountainside Hospital, Montclair, NJ
- George P. Walker, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
- Christopher M. Wienberg, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Englewood, NJ
- George Young, Saint Clare's Health System, Dover, NJ
- Robert Zawadki, Livingston Technologies, Cedar Knolls, NJ
In 2006 we welcome as new members:
- Brian Akers, Saint Joseph's Wayne Hospital, Wayne, New Jersey
- Diane Applebaum, RN, M.P.H., CIC, Kindred Hospital New Jersey, Rahway, NJ
- Patricia Clark, RN, The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ
- Sandra H. Fernandez, Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth, NJ
- Michael Formanek, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ
- Gary Giovinazzo, Metropolitan Hospital, New York, NY
- David Gonzalez, Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth, NJ
- Michele Mitchell, RN, The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ
- Michael C. Moore, Centra State Medical Center, Freehold, NJ
- Bob Mulcahy, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, New Jersey
- Allen Prinzi, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ
- James Tencza, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ
- Tom Wilgocki, Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, NJ
In 2005 we welcome as new members:
- Suzanne M. Bonney, Sweet Construction of New Jersey LLC
- Anthony C. Denike, BSME, MSEE, P.E.,Caretsky & Associates, LLP
- Edward Fay, Bergen Regional Medical Center
- Jan M. Gasparec, P.E., Caretsky & Associates, LLP
- Joseph Glaski, Bergen Regional Medical Center
- Marie Kassai, RN, M.P.H., CIC, MRK LLC and Kindred Hospital, New Jersey
- Mark Ligon, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton
- Bruce Lindstrom, Ingersoll-Rand Company
- Jose Moniz, St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
- Allan Sacks, Bard, Rad & Athanas, Consulting Engineers Inc., P.C.
- Jay Sanders, Melrose Enterprises, Ltd.
- Richard A. Schneider, LEW Corporation
- Roger A. Shults, Energy Options, Inc.
- Richard Spano, Advanced Furnace & Air Duct Cleaning
- Mark E. Tufaro, The Henderson Corporation
- Michael W. Volk, Bergen Industrial Supply Co.
In 2004 we welcome as new members:
- Charles R. Cochran, Englewood Hospital & Medical Cente
- Steven J. DiFlora, PE, Kallen & Lemelson, Consulting Engineers, LLP
- Amy E. DiPaolo, International Elevator Company
- Louis A. Garlatti Jr., Albert Garlatti Construction Co., Inc.
- Jeff Gentile, TANDUS
- Patrick J. Hogan, Englewood Hospital & Medical Center
- Michael W. Jarvis, PE, e2ECTA, Inc.
- Bill Macedo, Turner Construction Co.
- Nicholas Mollica, Englewood Hospital & Medical Center
- Michael Strauss, Chempac, Dist.
- Thomas H. Freund, Buist Incorporated
- Ronald E. Leard, PMK Group
- Fran Mc Murran, Monmouth Medical Center
- Alan W. Nau, Advantage Contracting & Environmental Svcs., Inc.
- Matthew J. Tomasco Sr., Belimo Air Controls
- Andrew Ellis, East Orange General Hospital
- Jerry Galanido, East Orange General Hospital
- Herman Lindenbaum, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
- Marie A. Mohr, Skanska USA Building Inc.
- Stephen Murrell, Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center
- Matthew E. Otte, Saint Joeseph's Regional Medical Center (St. Vincent's N.H.)
- Stephan B. Shyka, National Air Filter
- Sandy, Stead Energy Solutions
- Solomon Hecht, PE, Schoor DePalma Engineers & Consultants
- Michael Perdoni, Union Hospital
- Jonathan Cuviello, Shore Memorial Hospital
- Conrad F. Hahn III, Siemens Building Technologies
- Anthony Locarro, Birdsall Services Group
- Harry J. Sassaman, Forest Electric Corp.
- Clare Morris Broderick, Morris Johnson & Associates
- Ken Chin, Hackensack University Medical Center
- Bob Cooper, Chempac, Dist.
- Ralph J. D'Apuzzo, Di Stasio & Van Buren, Inc.
- Kevin Kane, Torcon, Inc.
- Slawomir Kielczewski, Environmental Contractors, Inc.
- James Lefkowitz, Valcourt Building Services
- Paul P. Panzarino, Di Stasio & Van Buren, Inc.
- Peter Schmidt, Medigas Firestop Solutions
- William S. Hamilton, R.A., Posen Architects, LLC
- Craig C. Ranalli, The Sherman Engineering Co.
In 2003 we welcome as new members:
- Raafat Boles
- Neil Bryant
- Joseph Collins
- Robert Donegan
- James Kraus
- Raffel Lucci
- Edo Volaric
- Mary Wells
- Jack Williams
- Michael Caprio
- Dominick Frontera
- Steve Szioba
- Bruce Talan
- Don Van Hook
- Dan Zalasko
- Michael Mulyk, Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth.
- Salvatore L. Micale, St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital, Wayne.
- Bob Morrison, Honeywell
- Mary Padgett, Diversified Fixture, Lakewood
- William Savino, Ondeo Nalco.
- Brian Vick, Trinitas Hospital
- Darayes Bharda, R.W. Johnson University Hospital
- Chris Brockner, Hackensack University Hospital
- Tony Gorospe, Trinitas Hospital
- Richard D. Ciullo, Ashland Chemical Co.
- Frances D'Auria, Trinitas Hospital
- Carl Del Conte, Community Medical Center
- Roger W. Ennis, Deerpath Construction
- Lynn Manzella Decker, Hilti Corp.
- Kathy Schielke, Dolan & Traynor.
- Neal Spainer, A.I.A., AHSC Architects
- David Burton, Besam Automatic Entrance Systems.
- Stan Gregorowicz, Frontline Industries.
- Patrick Lorimer, MPH, PMK Group.
- Frank Keller, Carpet, et cetera, Morristown, NJ.
- Marvin Sachs, R.A., The Sachs Group, Architects
- Walter Smyth, Holt Construction Corp.
In 2002 we welcome as new members:
- Peter Zafonte, The Trane Co.
- Chris Green, Clinical Delivery Systems
- Frederick Halikias, H2O Applied Technologies, West Hempstead, N.Y.
- Stan Levin, Aero-Vac Services, Amityville, N.Y.
- John DiGirolomo, Englewood Hospital, Englewood, N.J.
- Donald R. Van Houten,P.E., Schoor DePalma Engineers, Manalapan, N.J.
- Wayne Klingelsmith, president, A.S.H.E., Honorary Member.
- Ronald M. Maslo, Ph.D., P.E., Senior Project Consultant, GPU Energy, Manasquan
- Robert Virgona, Construction Engineer, Hackensack Medical Center
- Mark D. Carter, MDCC Maintaing Direct Communications.. S.Amboy
- John Nartowicz, Engineering Manager, University Hospital, U..M.D.N.J., Newark, NJ.
- Donald Ferrell, Assistant Director Design and Construction, Hackensack Univ. Med. Ctr.
- Patrick Smith, District Representative, Ondeo Nalco, Asbury, N.J.
- Arthur Pearson, Business Development, Keyspan Business Solutions, Brooklyn, N.Y..
- John E. McGee, V.P. Sales & Marketing, Motivated Security Services, Somerville
- Ed Cinchewcs, Sales, ECI Sales, Doylestown, PA.
- Peter Asselin, Power Equipment Sales Co.
- James F. Case, A.I.A., Ronald Schmidt and Associates, Architects, Englewood.
- Roman S. Krochmal, Advanced Technical Construction
- Harry Segner, Ewing Cole Architects
- Leon Mowadia, Jr., OK Electric Supply Co.
- Jody Crawford, Supervisor, Facility Operations R.Wood Johnson University Hospital.
- Robert Gallt, Director of Engineering, West Hudson Hospital
In 2001 we welcome as new members:
- Ellis Essig, Manager of Electrical Systems, Newark Beth Israel Med. Center
- Otto Von Eilbergh, Advanced Medical Construction, Bedminster.
- Ronald A. Loria, Market Dev. Manager, Ashland Specialty Chemical Co.
- Fred Minick, Sales, Blejwas Associates, Inc.
- David R. Pospisil, Business Dev. Mngr., PSEG Energy Technologies, Inc.
- Robert J. Rybka, NJ District Sales Manager, Belimo Aircontrols.
- Ira H. (Ike) Jenkins, Safety Officer, Rahway Hospital.
- Robert Thompson, Manager Facility Operations, R.W.Johnson U. Hospital.
- Everett Ferri, V.P.Facilities Management., The Valley Hospital.
- Douglas S. Johnstone, Business Dev. Exec., Keyspan Business Solutions.
- Benedict DeFranco, Chief Engineer, Union Hospital.
- Henry J. Hoffman, Sales Engineer, Systems Sales Corporation.
- Stuart Mirowitz, Director, Risk Mngt. & Safety, Newark Beth Israel M.C.
- Salvatore Rullis, Facilities Improvement Coordinator, Union Hospital.
- Gary S. Carter, FACHE, Pres./C.E.O., N.J. Hospital Association (Honorary)
- John Bilotta, Sr. Project Manager, Syska and Hennessey Engineers.
In 2000 we welcome as new members:
- William P. Biache, Jr., Security Manager, Rahway Hospital
- David Morales, Supervisor Facility Op., R.W. Johnson University Hospital.
- James Inman, Plant Operations, Healthsouth Rehabilitation, Toms River.
- Eric Miller, Director Plant Operations, Wayne General Hospital.
- William Schneck, Mngr.of Maint.-Eng., Mountainside Hospital.
- Joseph Burlesky, Manager Plant Operations, R.W. Johnson Univ. Hospital.
- Ronald S. Carvalho, Environmental Management Services, Jersey City.
- Robert F. Geremia, Construction Engineering & Management, Princeton
In 1999 we welcome as new members:
- Ben P. Lee, Nadaskay Kopelson Architects
- Kuriakose Fernandez, Plant Engineering, Irvington General Hospital
- Frank J. Del Gaudio, Princeton Risk Protection
- Thomas E. Hudson, R.G. Vanderweil Engineers
- Patrick A. LaCorte, DMR Architects.
- Tom Liquori, KFA Consulting Engineers.
- Milton Azous, KFA Consulting Engineers.
- Lawrence Patton, Plant Operations, Hackensack University Medical Center.
- Richard Thomas, Project Manager, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
- John Taguer, D & B Engineering.