Eva’s Village held its Annual Benefit Gala Dinner on November 8, 2012 honoring Wells Fargo Bank and The Church of Christ the King. The Benefit Gala was subtitled “30 Years of Hope”. Each year this event provides a critical funding source to the many programs that make Eva’s Village one of the most comprehensive and effective antipoverty organizations in NJ. The Gala was a great success raising over $630,000 to support Eva’s programs.
Representatives of Wells Fargo Bank (Where Hope Begins Award Honoree) - Back Row: Cathy Huntley, Relationship Associate, Jeremy Ferguson, Customer Service Manager, Toby Babeuf, Regional Manager for Northern NJ Market, Christian Gonzalez, Credit Analyst, John Oldakowski, Business Development Officer, Domenic Minervini, Sr. Private Banker. The ladies in front: Ana Isabel Miranda, Executive Assistant, Shakeea Martin, Credit Analyst, Julie Domingues, Relationship Associate and Rachele Brady, Relationship Associate.
Marty McFeeley, CFO, El Rancho Foods, LLC, Annette Altamore Davila, President, Amor Realty Company, Ricardo J. Davila, President, El Rancho Foods, LLC.
Richard G. Taylor, President, Rapid Pump & Meter Service Co., Inc. (Event Sponsor) and his wife Aleta Taylor.
Msgr. John F. Corr, former pastor of The Church of Christ the King, New Vernon (Community Service Award Recipient) and Marie Reger, Executive Director, Eva’s Village.
Al Daloisio, Jr., President, Railroad Construction Company, Inc., Joe Piscopo, Master of Ceremonies, Michael Piscopo, Richard G. Taylor, President, Rapid Pump & Meter Service Co., Inc. (Event Sponsor), and John C. Crimi, President, County Concrete Corporation.
Marie Reger, Executive Director, Eva’s Village, Toby Babeuf, Regional Manager for Northern NJ Market, Wells Fargo Bank (receiving Where Hope Begins Award), Al Daloisio, Jr., President, Railroad Construction Company, Inc.