#b#New in Town#/b#

LG Electronics, 159 Milford Road, East Windsor 08520, www.lg.com.

Electronics manufacturer LG has opened an appliance distribution center in the Gateway Twin Rivers facility on Milford Road in East Windsor, adding another warehouse to the landscape around Exit 8 of the New Jersey Turnpike. The new 410,300-square-foot facility is located across from Conair Corp. and the recently expanded New Jersey Turnpike East Windsor Interchange 8.

LG expects to employ about 50 people at the warehouse, of which LG will be the sole owner. Construction began in October, 2016.

“East Windsor is excited to welcome global giant LG Electronics, and the size and scope of this modern Class A facility marks a significant investment and exhibits strong confidence in the attractiveness and economic vitality of East Windsor for business,” Mayor Janice Mironov said.

“This project will generate substantial local tax dollars and new jobs for our area, as well as new patrons for our many stores and restaurants. LG Electronics’ decision to locate in East Windsor means, once again, East Windsor attracts a world class company due to its strategic central location, excellent access to transportation, highly skilled workforce and a business friendly hands-on local government.”


Massar & Kurs PA, 2235 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, Hamilton 08619. 609-448-2500, principal attorney. www.mercerelderlaw.com.

The law firm has merged with Archer Law Services and moved into that firm’s Hamilton office. The firm was previously located on Princeton-Hightstown Road in East Windsor.

#b#Management Moves#/b#

Greater Trenton, 102 Barrack Street, Trenton 08608. 609-777-1770. George Sowa, executive director. www.greatertrenton.org.

Greater Trenton, nonprofit that promotes revitalization efforts in Trenton, has selected Bryan Evans to serve as vice president of marketing and communications.

“We’re thrilled to have Bryan’s depth of experience to help us spread the word about Greater Trenton and call attention to our great city,” said George Sowa, CEO of Greater Trenton. “I have no doubt that Bryan will excel in shining a bright spotlight on everything that makes Trenton a unique and wonderful place to live, work, play, and do business.”

Before joining Greater Trenton, Evans served as vice president of marketing at the Goldenberg Group, promoting the company’s existing real estate assets and non-profit organization. He was previously director of public relations and publications at Select Greater Philadelphia and was director of policy communications for the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. He also held communications positions at the Alliance for Downtown New York and PR firm Burson-Massteller in New York.

Evans is a graduate of Hunter College, and earned an MBA at Baruch College.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

Eastern States Properties, Box 5031, Trenton 08638. 609-883-5711. Scott Plapinger, manager.

The property company has moved from Colonial Drive to shared office space, and can be reached at a PO box. All other contact information is the same.

BluePrint Research Group, 600 Alexander Road, Suite 1-1 D, Princeton 08540. 609-454-5929. Glen Bergstein, founder. www.blueprintrg.com.

The pharmaceutical market research company has moved from Vaughn Drive to Alexander Road.

CORE Education & Consulting, 5 Independence Way, Suite 300, Princeton 08540. 609-419-1640. Prakash Gupta, CEO. www.coreecs.com.

The Georgia-based education, consulting, and software company has moved from Route 1 to Independence Way.

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.


Uwe Reinhardt, 80, on November 14. He was a professor of political economy at Princeton who was a widely cited expert on healthcare economics. His research on hospital pricing was published in influential medical journals, and he served as an adviser to governments, nonprofit groups, and companies.

Edith Savage-Jennings, 93, on November 12. A Trenton resident, she was a civil rights activist who was friends with Martin Luther King Jr., his wife, Coretta Scott King, and Eleanor Roosevelt. She was influential in the NAACP and participated in countless rallies, marches, and demonstrations.

Ann J. Figge Nawn, 51, on November 8. She founded an equine therapy program in her own barn at Great Road Farm in Skillman. She was married to restaurateur Jim Nawn.

Naomi Elkins, 54, on November 12. She was an artist and illustrator who provided artwork for the children’s book “Zog the Dog” by Mary Young. She was also a librarian at Rider University.

John Hamada, on November 4. He was a chiropractic physician, acupuncturist, chiropractic occupational health physician and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner in Trenton and later Pennington.

Howard Stephen Farmer, 82, on November 5. He had an ear, nose, and throat practice and was an attending surgeon at Princeton Medical Center.

Calhoun J. “Cal” Killeen Jr., 67, on November 7. He was editor for the Packet Media Group, the publisher of the Princeton Packet, from 2011 to 2015.

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