William Felder, 74, on June 11. He was a research chemist in the Princeton area for 45 years who had a doctorate in chemistry from MIT. Services will be Wednesday, June 14, at 1 p.m.. at Orland’s Ewing Memorial Chapel, 1534 Pennington Road, Ewing.
Jim Goodman, 86, on June 11. He was a state house reporter who worked for the Times of Trenton between 1961 and 2005. Goodman covered both national and local news but his most famous story took place in 1992 at a Trenton elementary school where Vice President Dan Quayle was visiting. Goodman asked the VP to spell “Potato,” and he got it wrong.
Gary Reading, 66, on June 10. He was an entrepreneur, chef, and business owner in Mercer County.
Jody “DJ Bunny” Blizzard, 47, on June 7. He was an insurance agent for Aflac and American Income Life Insurance who created an online radio station, RZZR.
Alan Goldstein, 71, on June 10. He was a chief investigator for the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender.
Christine Lokhammer, 68, on June 10. She was a well known force in the Princeton-area banking community who began her career in 1969 with Princeton Bank & Trust and retired in 2016 as senior vice president and team director at PNC Wealth Management. Two charitable funds have been established in her name at the Princeton Area Community Foundation. Services will be Wednesday, June 14, at 11 a.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street.
Peter Speranza, 87, on June 8. He was employed by Educational Testing Service.
Eugene Michael Urban, 104, on June 7. He was a photographer for the Trenton Times who covered the Lindbergh kidnapping trial. Later in life he was an estimator for DiStefano Plumbing, working until two weeks before he died.