Princeton Radiology, 9 Centre Drive, Monroe Centre at Forsgate, Jamesburg 08831. 609-655-1448. Tina Biemuller, office manager. www.princetonradiology.com.
Princeton Radiology, a provider of imaging services at outpatient centers and hospitals in Central New Jersey, has extended its reach into Monmouth County through a merger with Freehold Radiology.
Freehold Radiology has centers in Freehold and Marlboro, while Princeton Radiology has offices on Harrison Street in Princeton, Lawrenceville-Pennington Road in Lawrenceville, and Quakerbridge Plaza in Mercerville in addition to affiliates throughout the region.
Freehold Radiology will be known as Freehold Radiology — A Princeton Radiology Practice.
“Princeton Radiology’s focus is two-fold: high-tech diagnostic and interventional radiology with a commitment to patient experience,” said Dr. Jonathan Lebowitz, president of Princeton Radiology. “We look forward to expanding this approach with added strength from the complementary skill set of our new colleagues from Freehold Radiology.”
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China International Capital Corporation, US Securities Inc., 334 Wall Street, Princeton 08540. 609-206-8383. Ni Hong, managing director.
The investment management company, headquartered in Hong Kong, has opened an office on Wall Street.
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Snelling, 50 Millstone Road, Suite 130, East Windsor 08520. 609-750-1820. Rebecca Owen, recruiter. princeton.snelling.com.
The employment agency has opened an office on Millstone Road.
Jensen & Brusca Consulting Group, 3840 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 130, Hamilton 08619. 609-438-9005. www.jbcon.com.
The healthcare consulting firm, which specializes in software development, automation, data analytics, and systems integration for the healthcare industry, has opened an office on Quakerbridge Road.
Martin Protean, 281 Witherspoon Street, Princeton.
The startup, which has invented blood testing technology, has left its Witherspoon Street office.
Allstate Insurance, 1 Executive Drive, Building 100, Monmouth Junction.
The Executive Drive branch of the insurance company has closed.
Edward C. Taylor, 94, on November 22. He was a Princeton chemistry professor whose study of butterfly wing pigments led to the development of Alimta, an anti-cancer drug manufactured by Eli Lilly beginning in 2004. He began his research in the compound, now known as folic acid, as a graduate student in 1946, not knowing the drug would become a cancer treatment. Royalties Princeton received from the drug built the new Frick chemistry building, completed in 2010. Services will be held Saturday, December 9, at the Central Presbyterian Church at 500 Cedar Street in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Roger F. Wagner, 90, on December 1. He was deputy commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Banking for 20 years.
Robert Burke, 87, on November 27. He was a self-employed real estate broker and owner of Maguire Burke Agency in Hamilton for more than 50 years.
Lawrence “Larry” J. Frantz, 64, on December 1. He was a vice president at Munich ReInsurance.
Dr. George Wham, 97, on November 29. He was an Army officer during World War II who served as economics officer in the U.S. sector military occupation government. Later he earned a doctorate in textile chemistry at the University of Tennessee and worked for Hearst Corporation, where he led the testing of products for the “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.” He lived in Hightstown. Services will be held Thursday, December 7, at 3:30 p.m. at the Meadow Lakes Community, 300 Etra Road, Hightstown.
Raffaele DiMeglio, 82, on November 29. He was owner of Ralph DiMeglio Inc. Gardening & Landscaping of Lawrenceville until his retirement in 2015.