Cranford Resident Appointed To Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation Board Of Trustees

MOUNTAINSIDE — John Nietzel, of Cranford, senior vice president of Investors Bank, has been appointed to serve on the Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees for the next three years. The hospital serves children affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism, developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses. 

The Board of Trustees at the Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation governs, guides, and advocates for the hospital, patients, and families. The Board guides the foundation to secure new and continued levels of philanthropic support from a diverse donor constituency through a variety of gift and investment opportunities. While minimizing expenses and maximizing the positive impact that each gift has on the lives of special needs children.

“We’re so excited that Mr. Nietzel has joined our Board of Trustees and can share his expertise in business banking with us,” said Philip Salerno III, president and chief development officer, Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation.

Nietzel brings over 25 years of banking experience working at financial institutions, super regional banks and community banks. He leads a team of bankers responsible for managing and growing the relationships of commercial clients, government entities, and not-for-profits throughout New Jersey and New York. Nietzel also manages the Bank’s Advisory Board.

Nietzel earned his MBA from Seton Hall University and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Marist College. He is also a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

Active in the community, Mr. Nietzel is also the Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Paper Mill Playhouse, a Board Member of The Newark Regional Business Partnership, The Autism Education Foundation of the Morris /Union Jointure Commission and The Union County Economic Development Corp (UCEDC).

Nietzel lives with his wife, Marlene in Cranford, New Jersey.

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