Management Moves

Billtrust, 1009 Lenox Drive, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-235-1010. Flint Lane, founder and CEO.

Billtrust, a business-to-business billing company, has hired Marcel Korst as senior vice president of marketing. He will report directly to Billtrust’s president, Steven Pinado.

Korst previously was leading marketing at Mattersight, where he worked on for personality-based software applications. Prior to that, he spent 13 years at Microsoft working in sales and marketing. During his last five years with the company he led marketing and public relations for the global customer service and support division. Korst began his career at IBM.

Korst holds a master’s degree in business communications from Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Leaving Town

Practice Bridge, 3100 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville. 877-394-5567.

The medical billing company has moved to Minnesota.

Crosstown Moves

Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni PLLC, 101 Carnegie Center, Suite 106, Princeton 08540. 609-270-4992.

The intellectual property law firm has moved from Princeton Pike to Carnegie Center.

Harwill Express Press, 92 North Main Street, Windsor 08520. 609-895-1955. Steven Portrude, president.

The printing and bindery company has moved from Princeton Pike to Windsor Industrial Park.


Gerard C. Finn, 88, on October 14. He was an entrepreneur and real estate developer who built communities up and down the East Coast including Brooktree and Old York Estates in East Windsor. His landmark development, Twin Rivers in East Windsor, was the original Planned Unit Development, creating the legal framework for mixed-use zoning in New Jersey. He also developed Village 2 in New Hope among other projects. After selling his development company he became a consultant and adviser, and founded NAI Global, which has become the world’s largest network of commercial real estate brokerage firms. Services will be held Wednesday, October 17, between 4 and 7 p.m. at 2133 Windrows in Princeton.

Margaret Ardith Giudice Baker, 89, on October 11. She was an executive secretary for RCA’s patent department at Sarnoff Labs in Princeton.

Herbert B. Bowes, 71, on October 7. He was a longtime realtor in Hamilton Township and owner of Century 21 Cross County Realty.

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