Thursday, August 24, 2017
Attorney Marc Rovner is a resident of East Rockaway that has decades of experience in the legal practice. Currently a senior attorney for the multi-million-dollar title insurance company BETA Abstract, Marc Rovner is also a men's club member at Temple Am Echad.
Located in Lynbrook, New York, Temple Am Echad is a Jewish place of worship and community that serves southwestern Nassau County and southeastern Queens. The temple, which was formed through the merger of Temple Emanu-El of Lynbrook and Temple Sinai, offers a number of community activities and groups designed for children, women, and men.
The men's club is one such community group. Organized over 80 years ago, the men's club is designed to improve cultural and educational achievement of the Jewish people while also supporting religious activities and events. The group is very active in charitable programs and supports youth camps and conventions. The group meets monthly for dinner on Tuesday nights or for breakfast on Sunday mornings. Additional information on the group can be found at www.am-echad.org.
Thursday, August 3, 2017
A native of East Rockaway, New York, Marc Rovner serves as a senior staff attorney for the multi-million dollar insurance company BETA Abstract, LLC. When he isn't working as an attorney for the firm, Marc Rovner enjoys attending New York Rangers games.
The Rangers have reached the National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs in 11 of the past 12 seasons, but have failed to win the Stanley Cup during that time. Last season, the team lost in the second round of the playoffs to the Ottawa Senators. In an effort to improve its chances at winning its first Stanley Cup since 1994, the Rangers made a splash in free agency by signing highly-coveted defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk to a four-year contract with an average annual salary of $6.65 million.
Expected to join Ryan McDonagh on the Rangers' top defense pairing, Shattenkirk gives the Rangers an element of offense from the blue line. The 28-year-old recorded a combined 56 points in 80 games between the St. Louis Blues and Washington Capitals in 2016-17. He has 298 points through 490 career games and has recorded at least 25 power-play points in each of the previous four seasons.