By State Street Wire Staff | February 1st, 2013 - 2:28pm
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TRENTON - Today, Governor Chris Christie filed the following direct appointments with the Secretary of State’s Office.

 

DIRECT APPOINTMENTS

 

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Senate Members

Reappoint the Honorable Robert W. Singer (Lakewood, Ocean)

Reappoint the Honorable Thomas H. Kean, Jr. (Westfield, Union)

Reappoint the Honorable Loretta Weinberg (Teaneck, Bergen)

Appoint the Honorable Jim Whelan (Northfield, Atlantic)

Public Members

Appoint Adam Geller (Holmdel, Monmouth)

Appoint Amy Winkelman, Esq. (Glen Ridge, Essex)

Appoint Shane C. Berger (Bloomfield, Essex)

Appoint Dr. Luba Sindler (West Orange, Essex)

Appoint Martin E. Mabe (Manalapan, Monmouth)

Appoint Steve Newmark (Florham Park, Morris)

Appoint Marvin Goldklang (Livingston, Essex)

Appoint Sheila Goldklang (Livingston, Essex)

Appoint Sammy Saka (Oakhurst, Monmouth)

Appoint Rabbi Charles A. Kroloff (Westfield, Union)

Appoint Jason M. Shames (Englewood, Bergen)

Appoint Andrew Getraer (Highland Park, Middlesex)

Appoint Rabbi Randall Mark (Wayne, Passaic)

Appoint Rabbi Eliezer Zwickler (West Orange, Essex)

Appoint Rabbi Alan Silverstein, Ph.D. (West Caldwell, Essex)

Appoint Rabbi Josh Pruzansky (Highland Park, Middlesex)

Appoint Rabbi Randi Musnitsky (Warren, Somerset)

Appoint Rabbi Aaron Kotler (Lakewood, Ocean)

Appoint Ralph Zucker (Lakewood, Ocean)

Appoint Steven J. Greenfogel, Esq. (Cherry Hill, Camden)

Appoint the Honorable Emil "Yitz" Stern (Teaneck, Bergen)

Appoint Ruth Gerber Cole (Ridgewood, Bergen)

Appoint Rabbi David-Seth Kirshner (Closter, Bergen)

Appoint Abraham Foxman (Bergenfield, Bergen)

Appoint the Honorable Michael S. Friedman, Esq. (Voorhees, Camden)

Reappoint Mark S. Levenson, Esq. (West Orange, Essex)

Reappoint Sarah B. Biser, Esq. (Holmdel, Monmouth)

Reappoint Gary R. Botwinick, Esq. (West Caldwell, Essex)

Reappoint Rabbi Yosef Carlebach (Ocean, Monmouth)

Reappoint Rabbi Menachem Carlebach (South Brunswick, Middlesex)

Reappoint Rabbi Douglas Sagal (Westfield, Union)

Reappoint Rabbi Laibel Schapiro (Long Branch, Monmouth)

Reappoint Toby Shylit Mack (Marlboro, Monmouth)

Reappoint Barry S. Honig (Tenafly, Bergen)

Reappoint Irwin Sablosky (Springfield, Union)

Reappoint Howard Charish (Englewood, Bergen)

Reappoint Sean D. Gertner, Esq. (Lakewood, Ocean)

Reappoint Lawrence I. Lerner, Esq. (Warren, Somerset)

Reappoint Lawrence Mandel, Esq. (Lakewood, Ocean)

Reappoint Howard Bookbinder (Glen Rock, Bergen)

Reappoint Rebecca Citron (Englewood, Bergen)

Reappoint Howard Cohen, CPA (Livingston, Essex)

Reappoint Leonard A. Cole, Ph.D. (Ridgewood, Bergen)

Reappoint Jerome Herbert Enis (Manalapan, Monmouth)

Reappoint Gerald Flanzbaum, Esq. (Warren, Somerset)

Reappoint Anita B. Fray (Allentown, Monmouth)

Reappoint Jonathan Gold, M.D. (Passaic, Passaic)

Reappoint Steven Goldstein (Teaneck, Bergen)

Reappoint Gordon F. Haas, Ph.D. (Elizabeth, Union)

Reappoint Abraham Halberstam (Lakewood, Ocean)

Reappoint Marlene Herman, Ph.D. (Edison, Middlesex)

Reappoint Lionel Kaplan, Esq. (Princeton, Mercer)

Reappoint the Honorable Herbert C. Klein (Little Falls, Passaic)

Reappoint Max L. Kleinman (Livingston, Essex)

Reappoint Ambassador (Ret.) Daniel Kurtzer (Princeton, Mercer)

Reappoint David Lentz, Esq. (Livingston, Essex)

Reappoint Norman Samuels, Ph.D. (West Orange, Essex)

Reappoint Lee Schwartz (Englewood, Bergen)

Reappoint Judith Sheft (Westfield, Union)

Reappoint Karen L. Small (Highland Park, Middlesex)

Reappoint Yael Zerubavel, Ph.D. (East Brunswick, Middlesex)

Reappoint Stanley Stone (Teaneck, Bergen)

Reappoint Roy H. Tanzman, Esq. (Kendall Park, Middlesex)

Reappoint Jacob C. Toporek, Esq. (Edison, Middlesex)

Reappoint Rabbi Benjamin Yudin (Fair Lawn, Bergen)

Reappoint Shelley M. Zeiger (Moorestown, Burlington)

Reappoint Gerrie Bamira (Oakhurst, Monmouth)

Reappoint Leonard H. Posnock (Monroe, Middlesex)

Reappoint Robert Davidson (Princeton, Mercer)

Reappoint Kenneth Heyman (Morristown, Morris)

Reappoint Lloyd A. Rosenberg, AIA (Suffern, New York)

Reappoint Harriet Lipman Sepinwall, Ed.D. (Pine Brook, Morris)

Reappoint Fred Zemel, Esq. (Teaneck, Bergen)

 

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"Gov. Chris Christie says he won’t campaign for the Republican gubernatorial candidate in New York because the cause is hopeless: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is ahead by more than 30 points. But he will campaign in New Hampshire, over and over, where the Republican is also trailing by more than 30 points. What’s the reason? It may be that New Hampshire holds the nation’s first presidential primary. It may be that he doesn’t want to mess with Cuomo, who knows where the skeletons are buried at the Port Authority. But one thing is certain: Gov. Straight Talk is spinning again. And it seems to be habit-forming." - columnist Tom Moran

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