Joseph Licciardello, 76, on April 29. He co-owned, with his wife, French Luxe dry Cleaners on Princeton-Hightstown Road.
Katherine Schwenker, 87, on April 29. She was the founder of the Princeton Youth Employment Service.
Beatrice Greenberg, 96, on April 26. She was the longtime proprietor of Mrs. G TV & Appliances at 2960 Brunswick Pike in Lawrenceville.
David Freedman, 89, on April 24. He started a small machine shop in New Brunswick that became New Brunswick Scientific Co., a developer of biotech equipment used around the world.
Chris Gadekar, 89, on April 23. A chemist and consultant who worked with Carter-Wallace in Cranbury and Perritt Laboratories in Hightstown in the 1960s, his research contributed to early developments in antibiotics in the treatment of hypertension.
Helen Brener Smith, 91, on April 21. A longtime Princeton-area real estate agent, she was a founding member of the Jewish Center of Princeton.
Dalton H. Pritchard, 88, on April 18. He was part of the division at Sarnoff that developed color TV in the 1950s and ‘60s. His work also contributed to the development of HDTV. He began his le
James McLaughlin, 81, on April 29. A former state deputy attorney general and secretary to Governor Richard Hughes, he was the founding partner of the law firm of McLaughlin and Cooper on West State Street in Trenton.