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Staten Island Advance – When it Comes to the Atlas Dinner, There’s Strength in Numbers

You won’t ever catch Teddy Atlas taking anything for granted.

He can’t. Not in the business he’s in.

The chairman of the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Foundation hosted the 21st annual Teddy Dinner on Thursday night and, one by one, those in attendance started to make their way into the Nicotra Ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn.

After all these years, you might think the Teddy Dinner, which has helped Atlas raise millions of dollars for his charitable organization, might lose some luster over time….

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Asbury Park Sun: American Heart Association Survivor Ambassador Shares His Story

There have been many variations to 78-year-old Howard Schoor’s work throughout his years along the Jersey Shore, and beyond.

The avid traveler is an engineer turned entrepreneur, inventor, home builder, bank owner, who went on to become one of the area’s staunchest philanthropists and humanitarians.

After 25 years leading Schoor DePalma, he turned his attention to home construction and land development by way of SGS Communities, HMS Consulting, and Woodstone Companies before trying a hand in the world of finance through the creation of Community Bank of New Jersey, serving as Director of Midlantic/Merchants National Bank and New Era Bank, on the Board of First Pioneer Farm Credit Association’s Customer Service Council, and on the Board of Directors of YHD and Foxtons North America….

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Forked River Gazette: Local Heart Disease Survivor Shares Story To Support Heart Walk In Asbury Park

…“I had no symptoms whatsoever. I felt no chest pain, and was fit and healthy. It was like someone hit me on the side of the head with a 2×4 when I found out,” sextuplet bypass survivor Howard Schoor shares his story this year as the Survivor Ambassador for the 2017 Shoreline Heart Walk.

Howard Schoor, 78 years young, of Asbury Park never expected to battle heart disease.  Although his father had a valve replacement at age 88, Schoor had no other family history of heart disease. 

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Atlantic Highlands Herald: Local Heart Disease Survivor Shares Story to Support Heart Walk in Asbury Park

Asbury Park, NJ – “I had no symptoms whatsoever. I felt no chest pain, and was fit and healthy. It was like someone hit me on the side of the head with a 2×4 when I found out,” sextuplet bypass survivor Howard Schoor shares his story this year as the Survivor Ambassador for the 2017 Shoreline Heart Walk.

Howard Schoor, 78 years young, of Asbury Park never expected to battle heart disease. Although his father had a valve replacement at age 88, Schoor had no other family history of heart disease….

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