Annual Harbor Lights Ball Raises $360,000 For Raritan Bay Medical Center

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RBMC President and CEO Michael and Geri D’Agnes with Russell Azzarello, chair of the RBMC Foundation, at this year’s Ball at The Addison Park.

RBMC President and CEO Michael and Geri D’Agnes with Russell Azzarello, chair of the RBMC Foundation, at this year’s Ball at The Addison Park. (Photo courtesy of Raritan Bay Medical Center)

PERTH AMBOY — More than 400 event tickets were sold and $360,000 was raised for Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC) at the 2013 Harbor Lights Ball, presented by Landmark Healthcare Facilities at The Addison Park in Aberdeen. The Ball is Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation’s largest annual fundraising event for the medical center. This year’s proceeds exceeded 2012 by $80,000.

“We attribute this year’s tremendous success to our honorees and volunteers who worked hard to bring in donations, and to our presenting sponsor Landmark Healthcare Facilities. Many new faces in the community joined us this year to honor our five award recipients,” said Nancy Barone, executive vice president, RBMC Foundation. As in past years, the Harbor Lights Ball was staffed by medical center employees and volunteers from the community who donate their time to help make the night a success.

This year’s honorees were RBMC President and CEO and his wife, Michael and Geri D’Agnes, who received the Norman Tanzman Award; RBMC’s Board Chairman, Joseph J. Jankowski, Esq.; who received the Humanitarian Award; Chairman of the Department of Radiology at RBMC Dr. Stephen Warren, who received the Excellence in Healthcare Award; RBMC’s longstanding partner in delivering care, Sodexo Health Care, was recognized as Business of the Year; and Chair, Future Leaders Association at RBMC Kurt Rebovich, Jr. who received the Future Leader Award.


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