SJ Mag Turns 20: Family and Friends

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Check out who we go to when we need help making a great story.


Publisher Marianne Aleardi’s husband Joe and daughters Klein, Maura and Marirose have often been the subjects of her Wide Awake column. (They got used to SJ readers knowing a lot about their lives.) But they’ve also had cameos through the years, having been invited to try some family activities for the pages of SJ Magazine.



Longtime photographer David Michael Howarth has turned to his family when we needed an amazing model (or two). David’s sister-in-law Debbie Howarth let us shoot her as a bride in 2003, then his 2 kids, Sawyer and Brynn, helped us out with the tough job of eating ice cream for our 2018 Best of SJ coverage. And David and his wife Dale gave us permission to print Dale’s Baby Bump summer in 2012 (that’s Brynn she’s holding at week 45.)


Downtime with Santa Clause

January 2004
SJ Mag’s design duo John and Ellen Errichetti are always ready to pitch in as needed, like when John dressed up as Santa Claus for this summer vacation shot.


Court’s in Session

Long before Jayne Jacova Feld became SJ Mag’s editor, she took her kids to the Cherry Hill Mall food court for an article about finding healthy food for picky eaters. (The picky one was 2-year-old Lee, now 14 and an adventurous eater.)


Hero to Watch

January 2009
We featured our current vice president of sales operations Todd Moreland as a “Hero to Watch” in 2009 – before he started working for the magazine. We highlighted the foundation he started, Circle of 12, which provides services for impoverished children with special needs in the Dominican Republic. Circle of 12 has helped over 100 families in the Dominican Republic. (We’re really proud of the difference he’s making.)

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