A 71,922-square-foot industrial space at 225 Willow Brook Road, Freehold Township, was recently leased to EUS Imports, LLC. The transaction was managed by Sheldon Gross Realty Senior Vice President Glenn Jaffe, who represented EUS Imports. The property owner was represented by Sitar Realty Company Executive Vice President Douglas J. Sitar and Senior Director Robert JanTausch. Distributing exclusively throughout the United States, EUS Imports is a third-generation importer and dealer of specialty leather travel accessories. These include high-quality luggage, leather handbags, wallets, and more.
For his achievements, his commitment to business growth and development, and his professional excellence in a New Jersey business, NJBIZ has named young professional Craig McGraw of Marlboro, the vice president of sales and marketing for Trans American Trucking & Warehouse, South Plainfield, a recipient of its 2020 NJBIZ Forty Under 40 Award. McGraw will receive his award at a virtual ceremony on Oct. 28.
As a youngster, McGraw rode with Trans American truck drivers. Later he worked in the warehouse and did a variety of other jobs in the company. He later accepted a sales position in the family business. In 2018, he became vice president of sales and marketing.
McGraw serves on the board of the YMCA of Greater Monmouth County where he organizes the annual “Occupy the Block” party for Freehold Borough, which encourages positive interaction between community children and the police.
The CentraState Family Medicine Residency Program, Freehold Township, in partnership with Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, announces the graduation of six family medicine residents who have trained in their field for three years. All of the physicians have passed their board certification exams.
The Family Medicine graduates are Drs. Sean Sussman, Sherry Kumar, Arthur Kwok, Parneet Grewal, Thomas Wall and Shirlynn Althea Chu.
The curriculum includes rotations through inpatient units at CentraState Medical Center and opportunities to care for patients and residents in three CentraState senior living facilities – Applewood, Monmouth Crossing Assisted Living and The Manor Health and Rehabilitation Center. Many go on to an additional year in CentraState’s geriatric fellowship program.