Name Changes

Mercer Associates, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 205, Princeton 08540. 609-779-6700. Guy McPhail, president. www.tswealth.com.

Traust Sollus, a financial planning and investment advisory firm, has been acquired by Mercer Associates.

Crosstown Moves

Dechert LLP, 502 Carnegie Center, Suite 104, Princeton 08540. 609-955-3200. James J. Marino, managing partner. www.dechert.com.

The law firm has moved from Overlook Center to Carnegie Center.

Albridge Solutions/State­ment­One, 1800 American Boulevard, Suite 300, Pennington 08534. 609-620-5800. Gregory Pacholski, CEO. www.albridge.com.

The data management firm has moved from Lenox Drive to American Boulevard in Pennington.

Deaths

Louis A. Zanoni, 85, on October 20. A researcher at RCA Sarnoff Labs, he was the co-inventor of the liquid crystal display (LCD.) In 1970 he left Sarnoff to become one of the co-founders of Optel Corporation, where they designed and manufactured the first LCD watch. Later, he founded WZBN-TV, a broadcast station in Mercer County, and operated it until 2012 when the station was sold.

Harrison Jerome Uhl Jr., 88, on October 3. A 1952 alumnus of Princeton University, he served in the Army and then became a partner in a new architecture firm, Collins Uhl Hoisington, Architects and Engineers, later changed to CUH2A. He retired as managing partner in 1987. A memorial service will be held at Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, Princeton, on Saturday, November 10, at 11 a.m.

Katharine Bretnall, 98, on October 5. She was a reporter and editor at Town Topics starting in 1952 with her “It’s New to Us” column and continued at the paper for 32 years. After she retired in 1984 she served on the boards of the Family Service Agency of Princeton and the Friends of the Princeton Public Library as well as with the Mercer Street Friends Center and Princeton Community Housing.

Carrie Blessing Keith, 54, on October 18. She worked at Educational Testing Service, where she was most recently executive director in the Assessment Development Division.

Charles Edward Stenard, 82, on October 23. He worked for 30 years at AT&T Bell Labs on a range of national security programs.

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