Lisa England, 38, of Brick, accused of stealing nearly $70,000 from a Belle Mead nonprofit, was charged on March 15 with theft by deception after turning herself in to Somerset County authorities.
According to police, England, a former bookkeeper and office manager for Artistic Realization Technologies (A.R.T.), which uses technology to enable physically challenged people to express their artistic ideas, had the nonprofit’s blind executive director, Tim Lefens, sign checks that she prepared. Police say the issue was discovered by England’s replacement after the former was fired for unrelated reasons.
Anthony Bellidora, 65, died on March 11. He worked at Harris Interactive on Independence Way.
Anthony Bencivengo, 72, on March 10. He was the former owner of Valley Pools and Spas in Hamilton.
Lois Zarodnansky, 54, on March 9. She was a teacher at Lakeview Child Center in Hamilton.
Irwin Rosenthal, 69, on March 10. He was an attorney who practiced in the Trenton area.
Joseph Martin, 77, on March 8. He was the founder of Martin Appraisal Associates. A one-time teacher at Rider and Rutgers, he also served as Lawrence Township’s tax assessor in the 1960s and on several real estate and appraisal boards between the ’60s and ’80s.