The 2017 directors and officers of the Limousine Association of New Jersey were elected at the organization’s general meeting held on January 18 in Princeton.
The officers are: president Jason Sharenow (Broadway Elite Chauffeured Services, East Hanover); first vice president and treasurer Jon Epstein (Royal Coachman Worldwide, Denville); second vice president Jeff Brodsly (Chosen Payments, Moorpark, Calif.); and secretary Karen Gajda (Country Club Transportation, Newark).
In addiiton to Sharenow, Epstein and Gajda, the other elected operator directors are: Anthony Azara (Avalon Chauffeured Services, Trenton); Sam Emam (Chauffeurs Limo Corp., Kenilworth); Howard Gogel (My Limousine Service, East Hanover); Scott Greenwald (AAA Worldwide Transportation, Clinton); Joe Gulino (Gem Limousine Worldwide, Woodbridge); John Maziarz (Arrive in Style Transportation, Hamilton); Michael Renehan (Concorde Worldwide, Freehold); Tim Rose (Flyte Tyme Worldwide Transportation, Mahwah); Bob Schiavo (Albert’s Transportation, Mt. Laurel); David Seelinger (Empire CLS, Secaucus); Eddie Somers (Arrow Limousine, Red Bank); and Christian Stochholm (New Jersey Limo Finder, Short Hills).
In addition to Brodsly, the other elected supplier directors are: Pete Corelli (Lakeview Custom Coach, Oaklyn); Brian O’Neill (Grech Motors, Riverside, Calif.); Barry Trabb (Complete Fleet Livery Sales, Vauxhall); and Chris Weiss (Chauffeur Driven, Marlton).
All but Emam and Gulino, who are new to the LANJ board this year, are incumbents.
Operator and supplier directors are voting members of the LANJ governance body. Additionally, the 2017 board includes one honorary director — Steve Rhoads, president of the Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association — who holds a non-voting position at LANJ’s invitation.