#b#New in Town#/b#

Laborers’ International Union of North America, 104 Interchange Plaza, Suite 301, Monroe 08831; 609-860-9223. Raymond M. Pocino, eastern regional manager. www.njlaborers.com

The New Jersey Laborers’ Union, a trade organization for union workers in the state, has opened an office at Interchange Plaza in Monroe.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

Mercer Corporate Interiors, 55 Route 31, Suite B-1, Pennington 08534; 609-671-9400; fax, 609-671-9420. Ralph Finaldi, general manager. www.mercercorporateinteriors.com

Mercer Corporate Interiors has moved from Route 1 Plaza in Lawrenceville to Pennington.

The 35-year-old firm is one of the biggest names in liquidated office furniture in the region. The company buys high-end office furniture and accessories for companies that move, downsize, close, or redecorate, and then sells the pieces at a deep discount.

#b#Leaving Town#/b#

ESE Group LLC, 9 Braemar Drive, Princeton.

ESE Group, which provides new-product introduction and target costing, supply-chain analysis and design, and operations optimization, no longer operates at 9 Braemar Drive. The company’s phone number and website no longer exist and there is no forwarding information.


Richard Turner, 74, on June 16. He was a research editor at GfK, based at 1060 State Road, where he worked for 22 years.

Stewart Good, 64, on June 15. A former customer sales representative with New Jersey Bell and Verizon, he worked at GTECH in Lawrenceville.

Calvin Renaud, 85, on June 15. He worked in accounting and finance for the McGraw-Hill Companies in New York and Hightstown for 60 years.

Rosalee Pinckney-Weeks, 60, on June 9. She was employed in the dietary department at New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company and Royal Health Gate Nursing Home.

Betty Chenicek, 94, on May 24. She served on the boards of the Friends of the Princeton Public Library, McCarter Associates, Women’s College Club, and the Present Day Club. She was a 21-year member of the Princeton Historical Society where she instituted and led guided bus tours of historic Princeton from 1976 to 1994.

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