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                 Banking

Wells Fargo Private Bank has appointed
John Garone as regional manager for North-
ern New Jersey based in Summit. Garone will
oversee all wealth management functions for
the region, including private banking; credit;
investment management; trust and estate
services; and brokerage services. He was pre-          Duarte Cardoso             Bill Connolly              Jason Frommer               Jason L. Jurkevich       Theodora McCormick          Lisa A. Sokoloff
viously regional director for Wachovia Wealth          Industrial Products        Industrial Products        Industrial Products         Law                      Law                         Law
Management. Garone has a bachelor’s degree
from Colgate University.
                                                       counties of Mercer, Monmouth, Passaic, Somer-         Jerrold J. Wohlgemuth have joined the employ-        elor’s degree from Dartmouth College, as well as a
    Industrial Products                                set, Union and Warren.                                ment and labor department of Porzio, Brom-           master’s and Ph.D. from Columbia University.
                                                                                                             berg & Newman P.C. All are former members of
Foley Inc. has also promoted Duarte “Dewey”                                  Law                             the employment and labor practice group of Sills,                 Real Estate
Cardoso to rental account manager. He was                                                                    Cummis & Gross P.C. Anderson has joined the
previously branch manager of Foley Rent’s              Jason L. Jurkevich and Theodora McCormick,            firm as a principal, and will co-chair its employ-   The Goldstein Group has appointed Mark
Monroe location. Before coming to Foley, Car-          both focusing on litigation, have been elected of     ment and labor department. She is a graduate of      Handwerker as a sales associate. Most recently,
doso worked as an assistant equipment man-             counsel to Sills, Cummis & Gross P.C. Jurkev-         Rutgers University School of Law — Camden, and       Handwerker was the retail project manager of
ager at Cruz Construction.                             ich received his J.D. from New York University        Mount Holyoke College. Horwitz has joined the        North America for Ethan Allen Global Inc.
                                                       School of Law, and McCormick received her J.D.        firm as counsel. He received his J.D. from Emory
Foley Power Systems has promoted Bill Con-             from Rutgers University School of Law.                University School of Law and his B.A. from the              How        to     Submit
nolly to on-highway product support sales man-                                                               University of Michigan. Wohlgemuth has joined           Who’s News items may be e-mailed to
ager, and Jason Frommer to on-highway product          Sills, Cummis & Gross P.C. has also appointed         the firm as of counsel. He is a graduate of Catho-      ftr@njbiz.com with “Who’s News” in the
support sales representative in its on-highway en-     Lisa A. Sokoloff as an associate in the litigation    lic University of America — Columbus School of         subject line. Please include employee’s full
gine division. The division provides truck and bus     practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Sokoloff   Law and Cornell University ILR School.                     name; a high-resolution headshot
engine parts and service, emissions solutions and      was an associate at Fabiani Cohen & Hall LLP.                                                                 photograph; the title of the new position;
mobile field service. In his new role, Connolly will   She is a board member and former president                    
								
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