Mercer Street Friends Food Bank, 824 Silvia Street, Ewing 08628; 609-406-0503; fax, 609-406-7328. www.mercerstreetfriends.org.
Mercer Street Friends executive director Shannon Mason will resign by June 3, according to an announcement by the Silvia Street-based nonprofit group.
Mason, who is also a pastor at New and Living Way Ministries in Trenton, plans to focus more time on her pastoral ministry and church growth as well as writing and speaking engagements.
Mercer Street Friends chair Bob Anderson said the group was sorry to lose Mason. “We are grateful and proud that Dr. Mason has led Mercer Street Friends in a major expansion of our efforts to bridge opportunity gaps and help families and communities make the journey out of poverty,” he said. “Mercer Street Friends launched the community school movement in Trenton. We are now providing integrated support services at the Rivera Community Middle School so that students can focus on learning, and teachers on teaching. The federal government recognized the promise of this visionary effort by awarding MSF a $2.27 million grant.
“In addition, Dr. Mason has stabilized agency finances while maintaining the full range and quality of our services. That is quite a legacy for Dr. Mason and a solid foundation for her successor.”
Pentair, 29 Orchard Road, 2, Skillman 08558; 609-454-2122; fax, 609-275-4608, www.pentair.com.
Multinational valve and water control systems manufacturer Pentair, headquartered in Minnesota, has moved its satellite office from Carnegie Center to Orchard Road. All other contact information is the same.
Stone Toro Asset Management, 189 Carter Road, Princeton 08540; 888-778-5764; fax, 888-442-4407. Michael Jarzyna, chief investment officer.
Stone Toro Asset Management, an investment advisory company, has moved from Commons Way to Carter Road.
Chambers Street Properties (CSG), 47 Hulfish Street, Princeton
Gramercy Property Trust has closed the Hulfish Street office that once housed Chambers Street Properties, a real estate investment trust. The two companies merged in December, keeping the name of New York-based Gramercy.
Cloudeeva Inc., 104 Windsor Center Drive, East Windsor.
Cloudeeva, an IT consulting company, has left its Windsor Center Drive office. The company’s website redirects to FirstTek, a Piscataway-headquartered IT company with offices throughout the country.
Resolute Natural Resources Co., 103 Carnegie Center, Princeton.
The Carnegie Center office of Resolute Energy Corporation, formerly known as Resolute Natural Resources, has closed. The oil and gas exploration company is headquartered in Colorado.
Solution Quest Inc., 2271 Route 33, Hamilton Square.
Solution Quest Inc., a consulting company focused on enterprise content management, has left its Golden Crest Corporate Center office. Its listed phone number was disconnected.
Sophion Bioscience Inc. USA, 671 Route 1 South, Technology Center of NJ, North Brunswick.
Sophion Scientific USA, the American branch of a Swedish biotech company, has closed its office located in the Technology Center of New Jersey on Route 1 in North Brunswick. Sophion Scientific USA is now headquartered in Paramus.
TriState Capital Bank, 1200 Lenox Drive, Lawrenceville.
Tri-State Capital, a bank headquartered in Pittsburgh, has moved its New Jersey office to Edison. The bank, which has no branches, is focused on commercial and industrial banking, commercial real estate, and private banking.
Wave Systems Corp. (WAVX), 101 Morgan Lane, Princeton North Plaza, Plainsboro.
Wave Systems Corporation, a software company, has left its Morgan Lane office. The company’s phone number was disconnected and its website was down.
Robert Del Tufo, 82, on March 2. He was former New Jersey Attorney General and a federal prosecutor. He prosecuted many organized crime cases and is known for objecting to the federal Abscam sting operation, in which politicians were covertly videotaped taking bribes from a fake Arabian company.
Debra Johnson-Wilson, 58, on February 27. She worked for Johnson & Johnson for 30 years, retiring in 2011.
Ellen Thaler, 66, on March 1. She was a food program specialist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Robbinsville.