Crosstown Moves

Bel Air Partners LLC, 578 Province Line Road, Hopewell 08525; 609-252-1125; fax, 609-252-1322. Sheldon Sandler, senior managing director.

Bel Air Partners, an investment banking firm, has moved from 71 Tamarack Circle to 578 Province Line Road in Hopewell, a representative said.

Central Mouldings Corp., 1011 Whitehead Road Extension, Unit E, Ewing 08638; 609-538-0698; fax, 609-538-1026. George Hyman, president.

Central Mouldings Corp., a maker of molded auto parts, has moved from 1005 Whitehead Road Extension to 1011 Whitehead Road Extension.

Class A/Kuller Travel, 2 Stafford Avenue, Ewing 08618; 609-924-2550; fax, 609-924-0340. Trudy Dougherty, owner.

Class A/Kuller Travel has moved from 425 Wall Street to 2 Stafford Avenue in Ewing. The new office offered lower rent, an employee said. All other contact information is the same.

NRI Lawrenceville, 3175 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-896-4100; fax, 609-737-3323. Gary Geraci, manager.

The Pennington office of graphics and printing company NRI has moved from Route 31 to the existing Princeton Pike office of the company in Lawrenceville.

Snelling Staffing Services, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-750-1820; fax, 609-750-1878. Kelley Geraty, branch manager.

Snelling Staffing Services, an employment agency, has moved from 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 111, to shared office space in the same building.

Leaving Town

WRH Marketing/Ferag Americas, 3150 Brunswick Pike, Crossroads Corporate Center, Lawrenceville. Joe Colletti, president.

WRH Marketing Americas, a company that designs printing systems for the newspaper industry, has moved from Brunswick Pike to Somerset. A company spokesman said the move was intended to put the office closer to New York City, where it is more accessible to clients. About 12 employees were affected by the move, and all stayed with the company.


Margaret “Peggy” Yohe Snyder, 54, on May 2. A civil engineering graduate of Lafayette College, she earned a masters in computer science at Villanova and spent much of her career working to preserve New Jersey wetlands. Her engineering firm, Emerald Environmental Solutions, was based in Pennington.

Robert Ambrose, 71, on May 3. He maintained a practice as a chiropractor for 41 years.

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