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Dr. Paul Carniol of New Providence among Honorees of HomeTowne TV's Fred Honold Community Service Awards

New Providence resident Dr. Paul Carniol was honored with HomeTowne TV's Fred Honold Award for Community Service. Pictured with Beth Brier. Credits: Chase Newhart Photography
This year's honorees: Christy Hodde, Alan Leiber, Dr. Paul Carniol and Dr. Robert Rubino. Credits: Chase Newhart Photography
Pictured l to r: Frank Macioce, Alan Leiber, Christy Hodde, Dr. Robert Rubino, Dr. Paul Carniol.  Credits: Chase Newhart Photography

SUMMIT, NJ - New Providence resident Paul J. Carniol, MD, 22nd President of the Medical Society of NJ, was honored with HomeTowne TV’s Fred Honold Award for Community Service at Hometowne’s Annual Holiday Party held at the Beacon Hill Club on December 10th.

The awards recognize individuals who, “in giving unselfishly of time and talent make the community a better place for family friends and neighbors. This year’s recipients, said Fred Honold, HomeTowne TV President, are “extraordinarily dedicated individuals who are committed to wholeness of being, sound health in our community, and compassionate care in time of need.”

This year's honorees are Frank Macioce, Trustee and Executive Vice President, Governance, for HTTV; Alan Leiber, President of Overlook Medical Center; Christy Hodde, Executive Director, NJ Crossroads Chapter/American Red Cross; and Robert J. Rubino, MD, President of Common Council, City of Summit; and Paul Carniol, MD, 222nd President Medical Society of New Jersey. 

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“By honoring those who embody and exemplify the best of the human spirit,” said Fred Honold, President of HomeTowne Television, “we elevate our community. This year’s recipients are extraordinarily dedicated individuals who are committed to wholeness of being, sound health in our community, and compassionate care in time of need, and who have also demonstrated truly outstanding leadership in the community.”

According to Fred Honold, President of HomeTowne TV, this year’s recipients are “extraordinarily dedicated individuals who are committed to wholeness of being, sound health in our community, and compassionate care in time of need.” 

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