Name Changes

The Learning Point, 34 Chambers Street, Suite 016, Princeton 08542. 609-258-4388. Brenaea Fairchild, executive director.

BFair Tutoring (U.S. 1, November 23, 2017), has changed its name to Learning Point and become a nonprofit group with former owner Brenaea Fairchild as executive director. The organization partners with schools and provides professional training and summer camps, focusing on academic intervention for students who have fallen behind in English and math.

Crosstown Moves

CFT Securities LLC, 324 Wall Street, Princeton 08540. 732-632-4100,

Brokerage firm CFT Securities has moved from Vaughn Drive to Wall Street. On its website, the company describes itself as a financial broker/dealer that executes trades with third parties on behalf of hedge funds, venture funds, institutions, and wealthy families.

New in Town

Manek Event Decorators LLC, 3525 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 6150, Hamilton 08619,

The company, which specializes in decorations for Indian weddings, has opened an office on Quakerbridge Road.

Infer Solutions, 12 Roszel Road, Princeton 08540. 609-664-6504. Aruna Balupalli, president.

The computer consulting company opened an office on Roszel Road.

Leaving Town

Operation IT, 116 Village Boulevard, Princeton.

The IT consulting firm has left its Village Boulevard office.

Sir Speedy Printing Center, 3100 Quakerbridge Road, Mercerville.

The printing company has moved to a new location in Pennsylvania.

Yashi Consulting, 12 Roszel Road, Princeton.

The consulting company has left its office on Roszel Road and its website was down. It specialized in IT product development for the life sciences industry.


Winston C. Wright, 75, on February 7. He worked at FMC for 30 years. Services will be held Friday, February 15, at 10 a.m. at St. George Church located at 1370 River Road in Titusville.

Marilyn A. Lynch, 82, on February 2. She was program coordinator and then as assistant director for all WIC agencies in New Jersey for more than 25 years.

Robert F. Eaton Sr., 71, on January 30. The retired research chemist earned a PhD in chemistry at Princeton in 1974 and held more than 30 patents for his work in the field.

John Pickett Dismukes on January 29. He worked at RCA Laboratories, where his team won an award for its work on thermoelectric alloys.

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