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These articles were published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on July 7,

1999. All rights reserved

Expansions: Waterhouse Securities

Waterhouse Securities Inc. (TWE), 182 Nassau


Princeton 08540. Nora Harrison, branch manager. 609-497-3492; fax,

609-497-4670. Home page:

After six years at Forrestal Village the eight-person discount


moved from 1,700 feet at 125 Village Boulevard to a prominent spot

on Nassau Street, in 2,300 feet in the former First Union branch


Cox’s Store and Sovereign Bank, in the Gershen building.

Harrison, a psychology major at University of Massachusetts at


went into the brokerage business in 1987 and has been with this


brokerage for eight years. "We have the second largest marketshare

for Internet trading," she says. "We have more than 200


worldwide, including a branch in every state, and 40 more branches

are planned by the end of next year."

"We’ve grown, and we have more customers who want to just stop

in," says Harrison. "We had a small lobby before, and now

we have a ticker. We knew we wanted to come to Nassau Street."

The publicly traded stockbrokerage firm was founded by Larry


in 1979 and was purchased by the Toronto Dominion Bank in 1996. It

was never renamed. The parent company, T.D. Waterhouse Inc. based

in Manhattan, has just completed its initial public offering. It


on the New York Stock Exchange as TWE.

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New in Town

Maritz Performance Improvement Company, 103


Center, Suite 200, Princeton 08540. Mark Syp, group vice president.

609-520-9393; fax, 609-520-9396. Home page:

The multinational organization, dedicated to helping its client


reach their business goals by improving people performance, has moved

from Bridgewater to Carnegie Center. The company uses the Maritz


System, a process integrating research, communications, learning,

measurement and feedback, and rewards and recognition to achieve its


Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, Maritz offers performance


marketing research, and travel services through its operating


located in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia


The Carnegie Center facility employs about 18 people.

Tasha Rana Photographics, 14 Mercer Street,


08525. 609-466-6665. Home page:

A professional photographer for over a decade, Tasha Rana trained

in the fine arts at the Mason Gross School of Art. Every photograph

she produces is hand printed. "Although expensive and


hand printing is the only process which allows for beautifully tonal

black and white prints, and deeply saturated color images." Rana

does weddings and portraits, and beginning in June, 2000, she will

also have a studio in Stowe, Vermont.

Superior Infrastructure Technology, 613 Ridge Road,

Suite 102, Box 661, Monmouth Junction 08852. Jon Ruedemann,


732-329-0409; fax, 732-329-0429. Home page:

The company, founded late last year, provides turnkey


network services, with a focus on providing Internet Protocol (IP)

based applications. Core offerings include voice over IP, integrated

voice and data networks, network architecture and design, high-speed

Internet access, virtual private networks (VPN), remote network


of both voice and data networks, and Internet services such as web

design, web hosting, and E-mail.

The company also provides consulting and engineering services,


and maintenance, and training and management services. Jon (Rudy)

Ruedemann, CEO, is a United States Army certified cryptologic


technician and senior signals analyst.

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Christopher R. Barbrack, 5 Independence Way, Suite

300, Princeton 08540. 609-497-1111; fax, 609-497-0242.

Barbrack has moved his office from 1000 Herrontown Road to 5


Way. He focuses on cases involving psychology and psychiatry and



Kathleen Scott Chasar Esq., 2500 Brunswick Pike,

Suite 207, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-882-2200; fax, 609-883-5000.

Kathleen Scott Chasar moved in mid May from an office in Ewing. Raised

on Staten Island, she went to Rider University and law school at


and worked for an attorney in Trenton before opening her own practice

in 1997. She does family law, elder law, and real estate.


I have been doing more on grandparents’ rights to visit with their

grandchildren," says Chasar, "and on planning for long-term

health care, to see that the state does not get your estate.

Capital Consultants of Princeton Inc., 301 North

Harrison Street, Princeton 08540. Richard L. Wines, president.


fax, 609-818-1922.

The investment banking and thrift consulting firm has moved from 1000

Herrontown Road to 301 North Harrison Street. Phone and fax are new.

Cittone Group, 214 Carnegie, Suite 105, Princeton

08540. Monazza Awan, staffing consultant. 609-243-8960; fax,


When the Cittone Institute closed the school at Canal Pointe at the

end of last year, this staffing office moved to the Carnegie Center.

The 12-year-old firm has three locations, and this three-person office

does permanent and temporary office staffing plus technical staffing

and some additional human resources services, such as testing,


exit interviews, and outplacement. It contracts for graphics services.

Monazza Awan majored in economics at Rutgers, Class of 1995, and then

joined Cittone as a staffing consultant.

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Name Changes

BMAT Inc., 6 Litho Road, Box 5064, Trenton


Jim Bernard, director of operations. 609-493-1000; fax, 609-493-1010.

Formerly called Trenton Metal Decorating Inc., the company changed

its name after being bought by Atlanta-based Brockway Standard last

November. Founded in 1964, the company has more than 100 employees

and does shearing, metal decorating, coil cutting, coating, and


on metal. Phone and fax are new.

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Bootstrap Partners LLC, 173 Rolling Hill Road,

Skillman 08558. Mike Kranzler, manager. 609-333-0433; fax,


Mike Kranzler has moved his consulting practice from the Straube


to Skillman. Phone and fax are new. Kranzler had been CEO of Base

Ten; he helps businesses find money in the investment community and

in general management. "We decided we didn’t need the space to

do the things we are going to be doing," says Kranzler.

Children’s Futures New Jersey, 100 Canal Pointe

Boulevard, Suite 112, Princeton 08540. Velvet G. Miller, executive

director. 609-452-8701.

This organization has moved to another office and calls are being

taken at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation by Paul Tarini.

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Leaving Town

Apogee Transport International Inc., 812 State

Road 206, Suite 204-206, Princeton 08540. Thomas Walls, president.

Tom Walls has merged his transportation logistics company with another

company in the field, Audubon International, and relocated to its

office in Audubon, New Jersey, near Deptford. The phone number for

Audubon is 609-546-0933.

R&D Data Products, 2009 Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill

08034. 609-616-0222.

Rich Diatlo, the president, has separated his firm into north and

south divisions and moved the Jefferson Plaza office to south Jersey,

where Bob Piccolo, sales manager, is in charge. Diatlo’s Princeton

area telephone number 732-329-0555, rings in a virtual office. He

does value added resales of Digital Equipment Corporation and IBM

products Compaq, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba, and Cisco., 379 Thornall Street, Edison 08837.

Carl E. Jaeckel. Home page:

This law firm-turned website for legal information moved from 133

Franklin Corner Road.

TIG Holdings (TIG), 104 Interchange Plaza, Suite

303, Cranbury 08512.

The branch office of holding company has moved from 1,400 square feet

at Interchange Plaza. The firm has other operations in Texas and


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Nancy L. Barlow, 79, on June 24. She worked at Caliper Management on Mt. Lucas Road until last year.

Betty M. Gilbert, 74, on July 3. She and her late husband owned and operated Tiger Taxi.

Richard L. White, 52, on July 3. He owned Custom Panel Erectors in Lawrence.@ENDBOX = n

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