ALK Technologies Inc., 1000 Herrontown Road North, Princeton 08540; 609-683-0220; fax, 609-683-0290. Alain Kornhauser, founder. www.alk.com.
ALK Technologies, which develops software and technologies for the transportation and logistics industry, has named Barry Glick as its new CEO. Katherine Kornhauser will remain as president of the company.
Glick is a 25-year veteran of the mapping, location technology, and navigation industry. In 1994 he was the founding CEO of GeoSystems Global Corporation, the company that developed MapQuest. GeoSystems went public in 1999 and was acquired by AOL/Time Warner in 2000.
Glick later became chairman and CEO of Webraska Mobile Technologies and a vice president at NAVTEQ. He holds a Ph.D. in geography from SUNY-Buffalo and a master’s from Cornell.
According to the company, founder Alain Kornhauser will continue in his role as a researcher and on the board of directors, which provides strategic decision-making for the company.
Meals On Wheels of Trenton/Ewing, 546 Bellevue Avenue, Trenton 08618; 609-695-3483; fax, 609-393-7725. Judy Shouse Levy, executive director. www.mmte.org.
Meals On Wheels of Trenton/Ewing has named Judy Shouse Levy its new executive director. Levy, a resident of West Windsor, replaces Sister Kathleen Purser in the role.
A longtime volunteer, Levy is a former president and secretary of Families In Transition Inc., trustee of the Board of Delaware Valley Christian Camp Inc., and volunteer for the Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (now Learning Ally). She also is a graduate of Texas.
Cintas Document Management, 649 Whitehead Road, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-584-8811. Christopher Lavine, general manager. www.cintas.com.
Accurate Document Destruction, which does mobile and in-house document shredding, has changed its name to Cintas Document Management.
Sweetwater Construction Corp., 32 North Main Street, Cranbury 08512; 609-655-3332; fax, 609-655-0062. Ronald C. Witt Sr., president.
Sweetwater Construction, a general contractor and construction manager specializing in the construction of offices, laboratories, and clean rooms, has moved from Prospect Plains Road in Cranbury.
The firm’s president is Ronald Witt, a Naval Academy graduate and former Navy pilot. The company does much of its work with biotechs, small to mid-sized pharmaceutical companies, and healthcare providers, including the Northstar VETS animal hospital and trauma center in Robbinsville.
Kevin F. D’Amour PC, 1 Washington’s Crossing Road, Suite 12, Pennington 08534; 609-818-0900.
Kevin D’Amour has moved his law practice from Roszel Road to Pennington.
Kevin D’Amour’s practice concentrates on corporate law, real estate development, taxation, commercial litigation, and international law. He earned his JD from Southwestern University in 1982 and got his bachelor’s from Florida International University after attending the United States Naval Academy.
PSS Distribution Services Inc., 121 Ridge Road, Jamesburg 08831; 732-274-1333. Gary Borne, president. www.pssdist.com.
PSS, which operates a 1 million-square-foot network of distribution centers for warehousing and transportation, has moved from 7 Nicholas Court in Dayton.
Bernstein & Manahan LLC, 3120 Princeton Pike, First Floor, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-895-9001; fax, 609-895-9002. Edward M. Bernstein Esq., managing member.
Edward M. Bernstein and James P. Manahan have moved their law office from Main Street in Lawrenceville to Princeton Pike. The pair, who had practiced together on an informal basis since 1999, opened their firm in 2005.
Manahan grew up in Dunellen, where his father was a corporate attorney and his mother a librarian. He went to Rider College, Class of 1980, and to Rutgers in Camden for law school. He does real estate, wills and trusts, small business organization and litigation, and some family law.
Bernstein’s parents had owned Sanbern Furniture on Spruce Street in Ewing. A graduate of Lehigh University, Class of 1975, he earned his law degree at Emory and a master’s in tax law from Temple.
Bernstein worked at Levy Levy & Alpert, Brener Wallack & Hill, and Edelstein Bernstein before that firm merged with Ridolfi Friedman in 1989. In 1993 he was affiliated with a New York firm. In 1999 he opened Edward M. Bernstein LLC, where he worked with Manahan.
Bernstein’s most famous case: In 1999 his client successfully sued Dow Jones/Telerate for $6 million including interest and damages. The case, involving commodities contract arbitration, started in New York and finished in appellate court in New Jersey. Bernstein does taxation, business and corporate, commodities law, contracts ,and contract litigation.
Biostream Technologies USA Inc., 2033 Route 130, Suite H, Monmouth Junction 08852; 609-409-0700. Paul Kim PhD, executive director. www.biostream.co.kr.
Biostream Technologies, an international distributor of medical diagnostic equipment, has moved from Clarke Drive in Cranbury to Monmouth Junction.
Tarxien Partners LLC, 106 Carson Road, Princeton.
Tarxien, which provides leadership enrichment services, appears to have left its offices on Carson Road. The company’s phone number does not connect and its website is down. There is no forwarding information.
Gardner Inc., 106 Melrich Road, Cranbury. 800-456-5691.
Gardner Inc. has closed its engine and parts distribution facility in Cranbury. The company’s distribution center is now in Massachusetts.
TREcom Wireless, 244 Wall Street, Princeton.
TREcom, a provider of wireless data integration services, has left its offices at Research Park. The company’s phone number is out of service and its website is down. There is no forwarding information.
Paul Sigmund, 46, chief of staff to Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, was charged with heroin possession, two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, obstruction of justice, and resisting arrest near Trenton City Hall on May 2. Sigmund is the son of Paul Sigmund,a professor emeritus of politics at Princeton University. His late mother, former Princeton Borough Mayor Barbara Sigmund, founded WomanSpace, the Trenton-based nonprofit that assists women in domestic violence situations.
Frank Tyger, 81, on May 2. Tyger began his career as a cartoonist with the Trenton Times in the early 1960s. He stayed for 35 years, becoming a promotion manager and columnist. His work appeared in national print publications, including Forbes Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Editor and Publisher, and the Wall Street Journal.