West Long Branch man promoted at Monmouth

Monmouth University, West Long Branch, has announced West Long Branch resident Jim Pillar has been promoted from director of housing operations to director of residential life and housing operations.

Pillar has more than seven years’ experience working in Monmouth’s residential life program. As director, he will be responsible for providing leadership for the department that supervises the undergraduate residential life community on and off campus.

Additionally, he is an adjunct faculty member within the school’s software engineering department. Pillar serves as treasurer of the New Jersey College Personnel Association, and is a member of both the Association of College and University Housing Officers International and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.

He holds a master of business administration degree in management and finance from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.

Re/Max opens Ocean Township office

Re/Max Champions, Moorestown, has announced the opening of a new office at 931 W. Park Ave., Ocean Township. Timothy Kwok, broker and owner of the firm’s Aberdeen office, owns and operates the new office.

For more information, call the new office at (732) 695-1600.

Local charities receive Comcast donations

Comcast Cable, Eatontown, has donated $60,000 to six New Jersey organizations providing assistance to the families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks.

The recipients are The Todd M. Beamer Foundation, The Alliance of Neighbors of Monmouth County, Holmdel Victims Relief Education Fund, Union WTC Remembrance Fund, Middletown’s Friends Assisting Victims Of terroR (FAVOR), and Jersey Jams/Jersey Cares.

Donations range from $5,000-$15,000 and are the proceeds from a charity golf tournament organized by Comcast’s management team and supported by several cable industry partners.

Monmouth department receives accreditation

The obstetrics and gynecology residency program at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, has once again earned national accreditation for upholding the highest standards of clinical education.

The accreditation, given by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medication Education, was given for five years rather than the standard four, indicating added confidence in the program’s ability to provide quality education.

Accreditation was granted following an on-site inspection performed by a national residency review committee.

Three local real estate

associates are honored

Weichert, Realtors, Ocean Township, has announced that three sales associates were recognized for industry successes during July. Connie King led the office in listings, while the team of Michael Danziger and Mary Jo Dellomo led the office in sales and were named overall top producers.

King is a member of the Weichert’s Sales Club and was named "Rookie of the Year’ in 2001. She also qualified for the New Jersey Association of Realtors (NJAR) Million Dollar Sales Club in 2001 at the silver level.

Danziger is a member of Weichert’s Sales and Marketed Clubs, and also qualified for the NJAR Million Dollar Club in 2001 at the silver level. Additionally, he earned membership in Weichert’s Ambassador’s Club, which recognizes him in the top 2 percent of the firm’s 9,000 sales associates.

She also qualified in 2001 at the silver level in the NJAR Million Dollar Sales Club.