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SERV Scholarship Fund Winners announced

Winners of the 50/50 Scholarship Fund Cash Raffle were announced Dec. 3 during SERV Behavioral Health System’s holiday party in the Administration office in Ewing.

The Cash Raffle raised $5,460, half of which ($2,730) will support the SERV Foundation’s Scholarship Fund. First-prize winner, Lisa Mongue of Mystic, Ct., won 25%, totaling $1,365. Second-prize of $819 (15%) went to Shauwea L. Hamilton of Ewing and third prize of $546 (10%) went to Rick Stein of East Windsor.

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SERV's Chief Financial Officer receives CFO Finalist award from NJBIZ

SERV Behavioral Health System’s Chief Financial Officer James J. Rose received an award Oct. 26 for being named a finalist in NJBIZ magazine’s 2010 CFO of the Year program, which celebrates New Jersey’s financial executives at all levels who contribute to the success of the state’s economic growth and stability.

Mr. Rose is responsible for managing the finances and accounting for SERV Behavioral Health System and all affiliated entities as well as all insurance, banking and administrative contract negotiations.

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SERV Executive named finalist for CFO of the year award

James J. Rose, SERV’s Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, has been selected as a finalist for the 2010 CFO of the Year award by NJBIZ, a weekly business journal covering the entire state.

The CFO of the Year awards program celebrates New Jersey’s financial executives at all levels who contribute to the success of New Jersey’s economic growth and stability.   Finalists will be recognized and the winners in each of the six CFO categories will be announced during a breakfast awards ceremony on Oct. 26 at the Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset.

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20th annual Volley For SERV

20th annual Volley For SERV returns to tennis-only format and becomes successful fundraiser

For two decades, area tennis players have shown up and suited up to support the SERV Foundation’s Volley For SERV Tennis Tournament. This 20th annual event was no exception.

Gary van Nostrand, SERV Behavioral Health System, Inc. President and CEO, called it the “best Volley in recent memory. It was great to see familiar faces from the past back again,” he said.

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