JP Morgan, 300 Carnegie Center, Suite 120, Princeton 08540; 609-524-2144; fax, 609-750-0448. Shawn J. Gold, executive director, senior banker.
JP Morgan has moved from 103 College Road East to 300 Carnegie Center, the newest building on the campus. JP Morgan has 10 to 12 employees there, who are part of the bank’s commercial banking and private banking business. The move was an upgrade, going from a shared office space to a new Class A location with a client center for private banking customers.
Princeton Area Community Foundation, 15 Princess Road, Suite A, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-219-1800; fax, 609-219-1850. Nancy W. Kieling, president. www.pacf.org.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation has named Jeffrey Vega as the replacement for retiring president and CEO Nancy Kieling. Kieling, who has been CEO of the PACF since its founding in 1991, will retire at the end of the year.
Vega, 47, is president of New Brunswick Tomorrow, a community development nonprofit. He joined the organization in 1993. Vega has a bachelor’s degree in urban studies from Cook College, Rutgers, and a master’s in political science and public policy from the Eagleton Institute at Rutgers.
The PACF gives grants to individuals and nonprofit groups throughout Mercer County. It has a $105 million endowment and has made $55 million in grants.
ERA Levinson Realtors, 349 Applegarth Road, Monroe Township 08831; 609-655-5535; fax, 609-655-0207. Scott Lauri, broker/owner.
ERA Central Realty Group, owned by Stephanie Bellanova, and ERA Levinson Associates, owned by Scott Lauri, have merged. The combined company covers central New Jersey. It will do business as ERA Levinson Realtors and will be located at Levinson Associates’ current office.
Lauri founded ERA Levinson in 1998 and grew the company from six agents to more than 50. Bellanova operates ERA Central Realty with her mother, Ann Davis, who founded the company in 1986. They have three offices and more than 100 agents.
Howden Insurance Services, 902 Carnegie Center, Suite 340.
Howden Insurance Services, a Singapore-based provider of business insurance, has closed its Carnegie Center office.
John J. Heldrich, 88, on October 28. Heldrich, a retired executive with Johnson & Johnson, founded and endowed the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers and was also founding chairman of the civic group New Brunswick Tomorrow.
Kenneth McCaffrey, 61, on October 31. He was a teacher at Hamilton High School West and the Hun School of Princeton for 27 years.
Caroline Coleman, 62, on October 23. She worked for Bristol-Myers Squibb for 27 years.