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The Richmond-based company launched its new website detailing its new brand - Seibert's Family of Companies - on March 1
The Alliance family of companies has built a stellar reputation over the years," said Gary Green, CEO of Alliance Building Services.
has been appointed CEO of the Nelson Family of Companies effective May 1, 2010.
In the past, The Spectrum Family of Companies housed a variety of disparate software packages that made data sharing impossible.
The 'Homefront Fund', established by the Garden State Brickface family of companies to financially aid New Jersey families who lost a loved one due to the World Trade Center tragedy, has recently contributed funds to two New Jersey families.
The Nelson Family of Companies recently announced record revenues of $377 million for their 2006 fiscal year.
Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America (Renaissance America), a member of the Renaissance family of companies, announced today it has assumed all the business of its affiliate, Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company (RLHIC), which is based in Indiana.
The JHS family of companies provides credentialed clinicians, and also develops healthcare software applications that can help hospitals improve clinical and financial outcomes and increase operational efficiency.