Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Investors Savings Bank has named Robert M. Cashill as president and CEO. The bank has locations in Colts Neck, Freehold, Marlboro, Long Branch, Middletown, Wall, Lakewood and Brick.

Prudential New Jersey Properties’ Holmdel office announced the appoint­ments of Candace McKenna and Anna M. Rivera. Recently licensed, McKenna has resided in Howell for almost nine years. She specializes in the residential real estate market throughout Monmouth County. She can be reached at (732) 367-5200, Ext. 126. A resident of Jackson for more than 10 years, Rivera’s market area includes Jackson, Howell, Holmdel, Colts Neck and Toms River.

Perlmutter Family ShopRites, Toms River, was presented with an "American Heartsaver Award" by the American Heart Association for its dedication to strengthening the chain of survival through the purchase of automated external defibrillators (AED) for all five of its ShopRite supermarkets in Ocean County.

Awards were presented on Feb. 4, National Heartsaver Day, to individuals or or­ganizations who saved or help to save a life by performing CPR or by using an AED. The night was especially meaningful to the Perlmutter Family ShopRite associates at­tending because of a save they made in the Manchester ShopRite last year.

In May, a fellow co-worker was found on the sales floor of the store, unresponsive and in need of immediate medical attention. Because the store personnel had the proper training and access to an AED, they were able to revive their co-worker. At the awards ceremony, that co-worker, Henry Koenig, was honored to present his co-workers with individual Heart Saver Awards on behalf of the American Heart Association. Perlmutter Family ShopRites in Ocean Country are located in Manahawkin, Lacey Township, Manchester, Toms River and Jackson.

The Jersey Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross, Tinton Falls, has announced that Maureen Buehl, Jackson, has accepted a position as manager of its Ocean County office. She will be responsible for managing the daily operations, and will work with service directors to ensure service delivery in all programs in Ocean County. Buehl has extensive Red Cross disaster training and experience. She has worked in the disaster services department of the Red Cross since 1996, and served in the disaster management position in mass care as well as the disaster action team dispatcher.