Management Moves

Stark & Stark, 993 Lenox Drive, Building Two, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-896-9060. Michael G. Donahue III, co-managing shareholders. www.stark-stark.com.

The law firm has added attorneys Sherri Warfel, a shareholder, and Alex Fajardo, an associate, to its nursing home litigation group.

Warfel focuses her practice on representing victims and their families with claims of abuse, injury, or death while under the care of a nursing home or other long-term care facility. She is a graduate of Rutgers Law School.

Fajardo concentrates his practice on nursing home malpractice and litigation and other personal injury claims. He is a graduate of Widener University Delaware School of Law.

“We are excited about the proven skills and experience that Sherri Warfel and Alex Fajardo bring to our firm,” said managing shareholder Michael Donahue. “Stark & Stark has demonstrated unparalleled commitment to representing the victims of nursing neglect and abuse for many years, and by adding these attorneys to our team we have further deepened our firm’s expertise in this important area.”

New In Town

Dataformix, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 548, Plainsboro 08536. 732-247-7890. Srikanth Altharaju, director of technical services. www.dataformix.com.

The IT consulting company has moved to Plainsboro Road from Somerset.

Crosstown Moves

Archi-Tech Systems Inc., 238 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington 08534. 609-882-2447. Paul Gray, president. www.archi-tech.com.

The company, which specializes in data services for the pharmaceutical industry, has moved from Phillips Boulevard in Ewing to West Delaware Avenue in Pennington.

Leaving Town

Princeton Mini, 3466 Route 1 North, Princeton.

The car dealership has moved to Mount Laurel.

Deaths

Richard L. Burns, 85, on October 21. He was program director for Graduate Record Examination and other testing programs at ETS. Services will be held Wednesday, October 25, at 10:30 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 343 South Broad Street, Trenton.

Elaine Carucci, 72, on October 17. She was a computer programmer and travel agent who helped start Velcera Pharmaceutical in Yardley, where she worked as an office manager until her retirement. Services will be held Wednesday, October 25, at 2 p.m. at D’Errico Whitehorse Mercerville Chapel, 2365 Whitehorse Mercerville Road in Hamilton.

Theodore J. Manzke, 72, on October 15. He was a newscaster at WBUD, 1260 AM in Trenton and a senior inspector with Mercer County Mosquito Control. He attended the University of Northern Illinois and completed his equestrian instructor certification at the British Horse Society, National Equestrian Center in Kenilworth, Ireland.

Dr. Cesar Sagnip, 89, on October 18. He was a medical doctor, working at Mercer Medical Center, Helene Fuld, and Hamilton Hospital.

Dori Weiss, 86, on October 18. She spent most of her working life in computer systems and was retired from ETS.

Ramona Jean Mydlowski, 89, on October 13. She was a real estate agent in Mercer County who won numerous awards.

Timothy K. Strong, 58, on October 15. He worked for NJM, where he was manager of facility operations.

Steven B. Wesna Sr., 70, on October 17. He was the owner and operator of Amusement of Trenton and Best Amusements and president of Fun Spot, Inc.

Alma Brown, 95, on October 15. She worked for Curtain & Heefner Law Firm as a paralegal before retiring and later went on to work for the Nottingham Insurance agency and Community Blood Council of America, where she became finance director until retiring again at age 87.

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