Law & Mediation Office of Catherine A. Ross, 2622 Nottingham Way, Hamilton 08619. 609-838-7744. www.ross-ross.com.
Catherine A. Ross, an attorney specializing in divorce, has moved from Lakedale Drive to Nottingham Way in Mercerville. The phone number has changed.
Porzio, Bromberg & Newman PC, 600 Alexander Road, Suite 2-1, Princeton 08540. 609-924-8555. Robert G. Shepherd, principal. www.pbnlaw.com.
Porzio, Bromberg & Newman PC, a law firm, has moved from Thanet Road to Alexander Road. All other contact information is the same.
The Bunbury Fund, 15 Princess Road, Lawrenceville, 08648. 609-219-1800. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.pacf.org/receive/the-bunbury-fund.
The Bunbury Company, a private philanthropic foundation, has become a donor-advised fund of its longtime partner, the Princeton Area Community Foundation and moved out of its office at the Hopewell Train Station.
A donor advised fund is a kind of fund administered by a charitable organization in accordance with the directives of its original contributors.
The Bunbury Foundation was established in 1952 by Wall Street investor Dean Mathey, who named it after Uncle Bunbury in “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde. The company has given out more than $75 million in grants over the years, mostly in Mercer County. In March, the Bunbury Company’s board president, Jamie Kyte Sapoch, joined the board of the PACF.
Gauss School of Mathematics & Science, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 1020, Plainsboro 08536. 201-736-6058.
Gauss School of Mathematics has moved from Suite 1050 to Suite 1020 on Plainsboro Road.
Masterex Technologies Inc., 2525 Route 130, Cranbury 08512. 609-662-7451. Radjeev Chadha, founder, CEO. www.masterexinc.com.
Masterex Technologies, an information technology consulting firm, has moved from Princeton-Hightstown Road to Route 130 in Cranbury.
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 hired Jean Bryer to be its new marketing and graphic design coordinator.
The chamber says Bryer will work with new and expanding programs and promote the chamber across the region.
“The Chamber is excited to continue its expansion throughout Mercer County and Central New Jersey. Jean’s marketing expertise and insight, complement the outstanding staff that the Chamber has assembled. Her knowledge of graphic design brings a valuable expertise to the Chamber,” said Rick Coyne, chairman of the chamber.
In the September 7 issue of U.S. 1 in the article “A Different Divorce,” divorce lawyer Supti Bhattacharya’s name was misspelled and her title was misstated. She is chairperson of Hill Wallack’s family law practice group.
In the September 14 issue, in the article “Data Center Is There When Disaster Strikes,” the address of Continuity Center was incorrect. The company is located at 500 College Road East, Suite 102.
John Brinster, 95, on September 9. He created the first multichannel radio telemetry device for obtaining data from distant moving vehicles, and worked with Wernher von Braun and other scientists on the National V-2 Panel. He founded two companies: General Devices, a small high tech company that built the telemetry device used in John Glenn’s space capsule, and Marine Drive Systems. After retiring, he studied neuroscience and made donations to promote the field at Princeton University.
Carl Mackerer, 76, on September 16. A scientist and businessman who had a doctorate in medical biochemistry from the University of Nebraska Medical School, Mackerer was a researcher in petrochemical toxicology who developed new products for pharmaceutical and industrial use and held 17 patents. He worked for Mobil Oil’s Environmental Health Sciences Laboratory and later Mobil subsidiary Stonybrook Laboratories in Pennington. In 2000 he founded C&C Consulting.
Rodney Templon, 63, on September 15. He was director of procurement at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, retiring in 2014. He also founded Muleshoe Consultants LLC.
Andrew Valerian Jr., 83, on September 12. He was a judge of compensation for the state Division of Workers’ Compensation in the Department of Labor. In 1992 he went into private practice with Michals Wahl, Silver and Leitner Tort and DeFazio, both in Edison, and then worked with the law office of George T. Kotch in Burlington.