Bacharach Hospital Foundation
Celest Abdel-Baaith (above), branch manager of the Atlantic City office for TD Bank, has more than 25 years of experience in the banking industry. Ms. Abdel-Baaith is very involved in the community, serving on the board of the Metropolitan Business & Citizen’s Association and volunteering with the Atlantic City Regional Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Atlantic City. She said, “I am honored to be a part of Bacharach Hospital Foundation because it is such a prestigious organization that positively impacts people’s lives when they need it the most.”
Douglas Heun (below), a CPA and partner with Freidman, LLP, was a founding partner of Tracey Heun Brennan & Co. He has 40 years of experience in accounting, taxation, financial planning and managerial consulting. Mr. Heun serves as president of the Challenged Children’s Charities Corporation and vice president of Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children. In addition, he is a member of Sturdy Bank’s Board of Directors and the Community Advisory Board for Jewish Family Services of Atlantic County, serves as treasurer for Cape Mediation Services and is a member of the Shore Medical Center Foundation Board and Shore Medical Enterprise. He shared, “I wanted to serve on this board because I have always been impressed with Bacharach and its CEO Richard Kathrins, and I believe they do a great job for the community.”
Patrick McCormick (below), sales director at Trump Taj Mahal, has extensive experience in gaming industry hotel sales. He previously served at Bally’s Entertainment as a sales manager and Trump Entertainment Resorts as a national sales manager.
Robert Mairone, president of the Bacharach Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees said, “We welcome our new board members. Celest, Douglas and Patrick bring a wealth of experience that will greatly benefit the Bacharach Foundation. The board looks forward to working with them as we continue to support Bacharach in its mission to provide our community with the highest level of patient care.”