UJA-Federation of New York in Westchester to Honor Leaders at Business and Professional Division’s 2019 Annual Luncheon on May 16

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Corporate luncheon to honor Robert Glazer and Ed Stoppelmann for professional and philanthropic achievements.

Westchester Business and Professional Division’s 2019 annual luncheon will honor Robert Glazer, CEO of ENT and Allergy Associates LLP (ENTA), and Ed Stoppelmann, president of Red Oak Transportation, for their leadership and support of the Westchester Jewish community and UJA on Thursday, May 16, at 11:30 a.m. at the Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, N.Y. Award-winning journalist Rebecca Solomon of News 12 Westchester will serve as emcee of the event. Solomon was nominated for an Emmy Award for her three-part series on a Holocaust survivor’s reunion with his liberator.

The event theme is “Game Changers” and pays tribute to Glazer and Stoppelmann for their outstanding professional and philanthropic contributions. They are both game changers and champions in their respective industries – Glazer in healthcare and Stoppelmann in transportation.

For the past two decades, Glazer has served as ENTA CEO. Through his leadership, the practice has grown to become the largest ear, nose, throat, allergy and audiology practice in the nation, with more than 200 board certified specialists and 1,500 staff members in its 42 clinical office locations throughout New York and New Jersey. The practice proudly serves more than 80,000 patients each month and is currently on track to serve one million patients this year. ENTA’s continued growth and success is credited to the environment Glazer has created, where all ENTA team members work collaboratively and seamlessly to ensure the best medical care is delivered to those in need. Outside of ENTA, Glazer has served as president of the Association of Otolaryngology Administrators (AOA) Leadership Council, and has participated on ad-hoc committees of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS).

Ed Stoppelmann serves as president of Red Oak Transportation, a third-generation family-owned business, which has grown into Westchester’s leading limousine service. Stoppelmann takes great pride in the company’s 83-year tradition of providing professional ground transportation and exceptional client service. Ground transportation services include airport transfers, corporate events, shuttle buses and social events. A diverse fleet of new, company-owned vehicles include luxury sedans, stretch limousines, SUVs, Sprinter vans and buses. Red Oak Transportation was inducted in the Westchester Business Council’s Hall of Fame in 2008 and is the official ground transportation provider of the Westchester Knicks and a Transportation Partner of TAO Group NY. Stoppelmann is a past chair of the American Heart Association Westchester Division and currently serves on the Westchester County Taxi & Limousine Commission. Red Oak Transportation supports many organizations including UJA-Federation, POINT, BJCC, the John Starks Foundation, March of Dimes, and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Gary Sastow and Debra A. Weiner serve as chairs of the Westchester Business and Professional Division. The event chairs for the 2019 luncheon are Stacey Cohen and Jamie Schwartz.

The event will raise funds for UJA-Federation and its network of hundreds of health, human-service, educational, and community-building nonprofits. Please contact Alexis Goldstein at goldsteina@ujafedny.org or 914-385-2122 for event and sponsorship information.

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