CA (Computer Associates), a Broadcom Company (CA), 200 Princeton South Corporate Center, Suite 400, Ewing 08628. 800-225-5224. www.ca.com.
Computer Associates, a software company, has been acquired by computer chip manufacturer Broadcom and has changed its name to Computer Associates, a Broadcom Company, in an $18 billion deal. CA is headquartered in New York and has an office at Princeton South Corporate Center in Ewing.
Norman Itzkowitz, 87, on January 20. He was a professor of Near Eastern studies at Princeton and the author of a number of highly regarded books on Ottoman and Turkish studies.
Edward H. Lowndes, Jr., 36, on January 24. He was an assistant branch manager for Northfield Bank, working at both the Quakerbridge and County Line offices.
Gregory Elemer Nagy, 78, on January 25. He was the legal director for the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission between 1978 and 2002.
Walter Sullivan, 79, on January 10. He came to Trenton in the late 1960s to work for UPI, an anti-poverty program, then for the Office of the Public Advocate, the Civil Service Commission, and as a state administrative law judge until his retirement in 1999.
Paul Clement Matthews II, 85, on January 15. He was an artist and writer based in Lambertville, and Keene, New York, whose paintings were shown at galleries and museums in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere. His work was honored with a 2011 retrospective at the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, as well as a one-person show in 2003 at the State Museum in Trenton.
Joseph J. Varrasse Jr., 72, on January 23. He was director of operations for Educational Testing Service for 40 years.
Robert (Bob) Stevens, 81, on January 18. He was a self-employed landscape architect and the proprietor of Garden Scapes in Pennington. After retiring he was the owner of Real Life Designs in Hamilton with his son for 12 years.
Francis H. Chester, 86, on January 22. Along with his late wife, Loretta, he owned and operated Loretta Pratico Jewelers in Hamilton until 2011.