#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

Allegra Print & Imaging, 12 Stults Road, Dayton 08901; 609-771-4000; fax, 609-771-8771. Ellis Galimidi, president. www.allegranj.net.

Allegra Printing & Imaging has moved to 12 Stults Road, Suite 100, in Dayton, from an office on Route 1. The move was a merger with another Allegra location, led by Dave Kovacs and formerly owned by competitor Alpha Graphics.

Ellis Galimidi, president of the combined company, says it will have about 35 employees and more than $6 million a year in sales, with equipment capable of high-end large-format printing jobs.

Progressive Center for Independent Living, 3525 Quakerbridge Road, Hamilton 08690; 609-581-4500; fax, 609-581-4555. Scott Elliott, director. www.pcil.org.

Progressive Center for Independent Living, a nonprofit group formerly based at 1262 Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road, recently signed a long-term lease at Ibis Plaza Office Suites in Hamilton, where they will rent 2,140 square feet starting Wednesday, October 1.

Scott Elliott, executive director of PCIL, said a factor in the decision to lease there was that Ibis found a location outside the suite to store training equipment and wheelchairs that are used only occasionally. PCIL plans to hold meetings in the new Ibis Venue Center.

Added Elliott: “We need to ensure our consumers have unimpeded access to our center to receive their critically needed services. We have been able to work with Ibis Management, Christopher Jerjian and Ellen Dollard, and the George Geiger property management team to proactively address any issues and to make sure the facility meets the needs of individuals with disabilities.”

#b#Leaving Town#/b#

Watov & Kipnes PC, 186 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Princeton Junction 08550. Kenneth Watov, president.

The law firm of Watov and Kipnes PC has closed after 23 years in business. Partners Kenneth Watov and Alan Kipnes retired in August.

The firm, based in Windsor Business Center, specialized in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets. The company also did intellectual property protection work on behalf of clients located overseas, such as U.S. patent work for Japanese and English companies. Watov said it served mostly small local companies, but a few large ones as well: Watov once worked for Exxon and Caterpillar.

“I can simply say we’ve appreciated having an opportunity to serve many clients, both individuals and small, medium, and large corporations, and we thank them for giving us that opportunity,” Watov said.


John Sheridan, 72, and Joyce Sheridan, 69, on September 28 after a house fire at their Montgomery Township home. John was the president and CEO of Cooper University Health System in Camden. He had previously served more than 40 years in government, including as transportation commissioner under former governor Thomas Kean.

Joyce Sheridan was a retired teacher in the South Brunswick school district.

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