Boston Properties (BXP), 101 Carnegie Center, Suite 104, Princeton 08540. 609-452-1444. Micky Landis, senior vice president, regional manager. www.bostonproperties.com.
Boston Properties, a commercial real estate developer that owns many properties nationwide, has moved to Building 101 from Building 302 in Carnegie Center, which they own.
M. Daniel Cantor, 134 Franklin Corner Road, Suite 101A, Box 6611, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-895-6990.
Daniel Cantor, a lawyer practicing in bankruptcy, real estate, municipal court, and other areas of law, has moved from 132 to 134 Franklin Corner Road.
Zweena LLC, 609-651-4826. John Phelan, founder & CEO. www.zweenahealth.com.
Zweena, a personal health records firm, has left its office on Hamilton Avenue, and its employees now work remotely, including CEO John Phelan, who works from his Princeton home.
Traf Group/Credit America/A-1 Collections, 2297 Route 33, Suite 906, Hamilton Square 08690. 609-771-9200. Patricia Genovay, owner and president. www.trafgroup.org.
A-1 Collections, a collections agency that is part of the Georgia-based Traf Group, has moved from Grovers Mill Road in Lawrenceville to Route 33 in Hamilton Square.
Surface Technology Inc., 1405 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing. 609-259-0099. Michael Feldstein, president. www.surfacetechnology.com.
Surface Technology Inc., a chemical manufacturing company that makes composite diamond coatings, has moved from Gold Drive in Robbinsville to Lower Ferry Road in Ewing.
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Tawazon Chemical Company LLC, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 1185, Plainsboro 08536. 609-785-5676, www.tawazon.com.
Tawazon Chemical Company, a Dubai-based firm that makes films, aluminum foil, inks, solvents, and other materials, has opened an office on Plainsboro Road.
US Dfulube LLC, 433 Wall Street, Princeton 08540. 609-917-4418.
US Dfulube, an import/export business, has opened an office on Wall Street.
Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, 182 Nassau Street, Suite 301, Princeton 08542. 609-924-1776. Peter Crowley, CEO. www.princetonchamber.org.
The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce has promoted Lorraine Holcombe from vice president and CFO to executive VP/CFO and continues in her role as managing director of the Women in Business Alliance.
Alice Barfield, program director, has been promoted to vice president overseeing chamber programs. She will continue as managing director for the Independent Business Alliance and the Real Estate Business Alliance.
Kara Grimes, development director, has been promoted to VP overseeing event management and signature events. She continues as managing director for the Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau and the chamber’s new Technology Business Alliance
Gina Guarino, marketing and events manager for the chamber, has been promoted to senior manager of marketing and events. She will assume marketing responsibilities for the NJ Conference for Women and continue her leadership with chamber’s Global Opportunities and Young Professionals programs, as well as the chamber’s regional partnerships with Plainsboro and Kingston. She will continue to lead the promotional branding aspects of the chamber.
“I could not be prouder of Lorraine, Alice, Kara, Gina, and the whole team at the chamber. They are the reason we have grown to become the largest chamber in Central New Jersey,” said Peter Crowley, president and CEO of the chamber.
Princeton Area Community Foundation, 15 Princess Road, Suite A, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-219-1800. Jeffrey M. Vega, president. www.pacf.org.
The Princeton Area Community Foundation has hired Nelida Valentin as vice president of grants and programs.
“We welcome Nelida to our team with great enthusiasm,” said Jeffrey M. Vega, PACF CEO. “We believe her expertise will help inform our own grantmaking and initiatives, especially as we embark upon a new strategic plan that includes addressing the issue of children living in poverty.”
Valentin was previously co-chair of the Greater Trenton Initiative during its formative stages. She also previously served as a trustee on the I AM Trenton Community Foundation, where she also served on the community grants committee. She served on the boards of numerous nonprofit groups and was director of the Center for Leadership Development at Thomas Edison State College, where she secured funding to launch Leadership Trenton.
She also previously served as the executive director of the state Human Services Advisory Council, which coordinates human services programs and policies with county human services officials.
Most recently, she was a director at the Innovation Institute at NJIT in Newark. She earned a master’s in political science/public policy from Rutgers University and a bachelor’s in business studies from Stockton State College.
Mark A. Wolters, 56, on August 8. He was the CEO of Grand Bank in Hamilton and was previously the founder and CEO of the first Grand Bank, which was sold to MetLife. He also founded Carnegie Bank in Princeton.
Efrosine “Effie” Judge, 66, on July 31. She was a partner with her husband at their business, Century Business and Financial Services in Lawrenceville.
Mary Ann Liptak, 71, on August 1. She was a teacher and past dean of academics, past chair of English and world studies, and past vice principal at Notre Dame High School, retiring last year.
Anthony N. “Tony” Moro, 69, on August 5. After 25 years as a security guard for Hamilton Township, Moro created a business, Tony and Pat’s Removal, together with his wife. The company provided logistical support for the funeral industry.
Nicholas Robert “Bob” Napoleon, 65, on August 1. He owned Napoleon’s Towing and Recovery, a Ewing-based family business where he had worked since age 9.
Joseph Harvie, 36, on August 6. He was a spokesman for Monroe Township and former reporter for the Princeton Packet, the South Brunswick Post, and the Cranbury Press.
Curtis Kaine, on August 5. He worked for Tenacre Foundation for almost 30 years and was an actor in off-Broadway and regional and local community productions, including the Off-Broadstreet Theater in Hopewell.
Alfred W. Wensley, 90, on August 9. He was a founder of the Project Freedom handicapped living organization.
Sylvia Dichner Weiss, 101, on August 7. She initiated East Windsor’s senior citizen program and was a member of the East Windsor council and a chairperson of the NJ Commission on Aging.
Kevin W. Quigley, 52, on August 5. He was co-owner of City Street Cafe in East Windsor.
George Kenyon, 55, on August 8. He was employed by the state Civil Service commission.
James J. Tietjen, 83, on August 10. He served as CEO of RCA American Communications, the David Sarnoff Research Center, and Stanford Research International. He was later a dean at Stevens Institute.
James R. Deneen, 88, on July 16. A longtime Educational Testing Services executive, he co-wrote “Urban Schools: Crisis and Revolution” with Carm Catanese (U.S. 1, December 21, 2011).