John P. Paone, Jr. of the law firm Paone, Zaleski, Brown & Murray in Woodbridge and Red Bank has been appointed by the state Supreme Court to serve on the Special Committee on Attorney Ethics and Admissions to review the recent American Bar Association (ABA) amendments to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct and standards for admission to practice law for attorneys.
The committee, chaired by former Chief Justice James R. Zazzali, will submit a report to the Supreme Court setting forth its recommendations and specific findings.
Paone is a certified matrimonial law attorney, immediate past president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and past chair of the board on attorney certification. He limits his practice to divorce and family law matters.
Cups & Cakes Bakery Moves to Larger Location
RUMSON – Cups & Cakes Bakery LLC has moved to a larger store on River Road.
The bakery moved Dec. 28 to 124 River Road, the former location of the Rumson Marketplace in the heart of Rumson’s Business District.
“Our larger space and central location will help us to better accommodate the needs of our clients,” said Denise Kelleher, owner and operator of the bakery. “We’re also pleased to continue being part of the downtown Rumson business community.”
Cups & Cakes Bakery specializes in coffee, high-quality baked goods including cakes, cookies, cupcakes, breakfast items, custom desserts and gift baskets.
“Our new location will enable us to expand and include a juice bar in addition to the specialty coffees, teas and baked goods that we currently serve,” Kelleher said. “I am especially excited that residents will now have a place to meet, have a cup of coffee and a tasty treat.”
In addition to providing the community with high quality food items, Cups & Cakes will offer expanded breakfast catering, gift baskets, a new juice bar, basic grocery items, espresso, cappuccino, and a place for the community to gather.
Cups & Cakes Bakery, LLC may be reached at 732-842-8080, www.cupsandcakesrumson.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maureen Voccola joins Resources Real Estate, Atlantic Highlands
Voccola is excited to explore her passion for real estate which grew out of her search for her first home. A neuroscience nurse with a degree from Fairfield University, she currently lives in Middletown, and works closely with Linda Gillespie, an agent in Resources’ Rumson office.
“Maureen is a great addition to our team at Resources because of her enthusiasm for the business,” said Carolynn Diakon, broker-senior partner. “We’re very happy to have her.”
“I love this area because it has a little bit of everything,” said Voccola. “We have wonderful towns, suburbs, farms and beaches, all within minutes. I was born in Essex County but fell in love with Monmouth through my husband who grew up in Middletown.”
“I think Maureen’s background as a nurse and her love of the area will serve her well. She’s going to be a wonderful person to work with,” said Thomas McCormack, broker-managing partner.
Resources Real Estate is a full-service independent residential brokerage opened by Diakon in 2000. McCormack, with the company since 2002, joined her as a partner in 2010. Resources Real Estate is located at 112 East River Road in Rumson, 36 Beach Road in Monmouth Beach, 4A W. Front St. in Red Bank, and 65 First Ave. in Atlantic Highlands.
For more local real estate information or to inquire about a career in real estate, call 732-212-0440 or visit resourcesrealestate.com.
Turton Congratulates Staff for Certification, License
RUMSON – Diane Turton, president of Diane Turton Realtors, and Dale Bisgrove, manager of the Rumson Office, congratulated Leonard Dunikoski on completing his GRI Certification and Michael Steinhorn on achieving his New Jersey State Broker’s License.
Diane Turton, Realtors has 16 offices from the Rumson Office, located at 8 W. River Road, to Beach Haven and Little Egg Harbor in Ocean County.
United Teletech Becomes Official Municipal Depository
TINTON FALLS – United Teletech Financial Federal Credit Union (UTF) recently became an official municipal depository in the state of New Jersey.
The eligibility was secured through the Governmental Unit Depository Protection Act (GUDPA), which protects the deposits of municipalities and local government agencies.
The credit union filed its GUDPA application and received its official Notification of Eligibility in November.
“This is a big deal and allows UTF to bid for the deposits of various public entities as they receive funding at the beginning of the year,” said Leo R. Ardine, president and CEO of UTF. “I’m very proud that we are one of only a handful of credit unions in the state to obtain this distinction.”
UTF will be included on the list of eligible depositories for local government entities, municipalities and school districts in Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties.
The New Jersey Credit Union League helped to pass legislation in 2011 to allow credit unions to enter the $15 billion municipal depository market.
“The league opened the door for credit unions across the state, and we consider this eligibility not only a great achievement for UTF, but for the industry as a whole,” Ardine said.
Additional information about UTF, is available by visiting www.utfinancial.org.
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