The executive committee of the board of trustees of Daughters of Miriam Center/The Gallen Institute in Clifton appointed board member Andrew Kanter to the executive committee as vice president. It also appointed Michael C. Rudolph and Dr. Steven Weisholtz to the board. All were welcomed at the annual board of trustees dinner.
Andrew Kanter of Wayne is the owner and vice president of the Hertz Passaic/Clifton Driv-UR-Self Systems, Inc., a family-owned Hertz franchise for more than 50 years. The Kanter family has been involved in the Passaic/Clifton area for more than 100 years. Mr. Kanter is co-chairman of the DOMC golf classic. His family belongs to Barnert Temple in Franklin Lakes.
Michael C. Rudolph has been an attorney in New Jersey for more than 51 years and is a member of the New Jersey State and Passaic and Morris County bar associations, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is a member and past president of the Wayne Rotary Club, a member of Temple Beth Tikvah in Wayne, and legal adviser to its board for nearly 30 years.
Dr. Steven J. Weisholtz of Tenafly, who specializes in internal medicine and infectious diseases, has been practicing in Englewood for 33 years. He was chief of the infectious disease division at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center for many years, and he was president of the medical staff and on the hospital’s executive board. He and his family are members of Congregation Ahavas Shalom in Newark, which is home to the Jewish Museum of New Jersey.