Bergman & Barrett, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 210, Princeton 08540; 609-921-1502; fax, 609-683-0288. Edward J. Bergman, partner.
The Bergman & Barrett law firm has moved from a Tamarack Circle office in Montgomery Knoll to 103 Carnegie Center. Phone and fax remain the same.
Lenox, Socey, Wilgus, Formidoni, Brown, Giordano & Casey, 136 Franklin Corner Road, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-896-2000; fax, 609-895-1693. Rudolph A. Socey Jr., senior partner.
The law firm of Lenox, Socey et al has moved from 3131 Princeton Pike to Franklin Corner Road.
Celsion Corp., 997 Lenox Drive, Suite 100, Lawrenceville 08648; 800-262-0394. Michael H. Tardugno, CEO and executive chairman. www.celsion.com.
Celsion Corporation’s board of directors has appointed Michael H. Tardugno, the company’s president and CEO, to the additional position of executive chairman of the board, replacing Max E. Link, who died October 7 at the age of 74.
“Max was a pillar in the pharmaceutical industry — a visionary who believed in the transformative power of science to positively impact human health,” said Tardugno in a press release. “His contributions will leave a lasting legacy.” Link served on Celsion’s board since 1997 and as chairman since 2001.
During Link’s career, he served in numerous positions with Sandoz Pharmaceuticals (now part of Novartis), culminating in his appointment as board chairman in 1992. From 1993 to 1994 he was CEO of Corange Ltd., the parent company of Boehringer Mannheim Therapeutics and DePuy Orthopedics. From 2001 to 2003, Link was chairman and CEO of Centerpulse AG, a medical implant company.
Primus Green Energy LLC, 219 Homestead Road, Hillsborough 08844; 908-281-6000; fax, 908-281-6383. Sam Golan, CEO. www.primusge.com.
Primus Green Energy, an alternative fuel company, has promoted COO Sam Golan to CEO.
Golan, who joined the firm in 2009, succeeds Robert Johnsen as CEO. He previously led multinational engineering, project management, and manufacturing software companies from entrepreneurial stages to establishing a market presence. He was general manager of Cimatron Israel and Cimatron Technologies, and was a co-founder of Smart Team.
Primus is marketing its technology of turning natural gas and other feedstocks into transportation fuel and solvents.
AP Bioscience LLC, 1 Deer Park Drive, Monmouth Junction. www.apbiosci.com.
AP Bioscience, a biotech company in joint venture with Chinese chemical manufacturer in Shanghai, has left its Deer Park Drive office.
Promantis Inc., 329-A Princeton-Hightstown Road, Cranbury. www.promantisinc.com.
Promantis Inc., an IT consulting and staffing company, has moved to Raleigh, North Carolina.
Stephen J. Russo, 79, owner of Russo Music Center in Hamilton for 54 years, on October 10.
Mary Madeline Alessi, 76, on October 8. She owned and operated the Simone Dance Studio in Allentown for the past 48 years.
Michael J. Hart, 51, on October 5. He was team leader of customer service for Educational Testing Service in West Trenton.
David S. Mulchinock on October 5. A graduate of Cornell Law School, he had practiced law for more than 30 years, with an office at 1 Palmer Square.
Anthony Tucker, 91, on October 4. Though not allowed to carry a gun as a black soldier in the U.S. Army, he followed the D-Day invasion into France, stringing communication lines to the front. Returning from the war and discovering that the phone company was not hiring black workers, Tucker became a plumber at American Cyanamid Co. in Bound Brook, where he worked to desegregate the locker rooms. He participated in the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and went to Mississippi during his plant’s summer shutdown to work in Medgar Evers’ voter registration project.
When he moved with his family to Trenton, Tucker served on the boards of Mercer Street Friends, North 21, and the Henry J. Austin health clinic, and served as president of the Trenton Council of Civic Associations. A service will be held Saturday, October 18, at noon at the Princeton Unitarian Church, 100 Cherry Hill Road.