Family Guidance Center Family and Children’s Services, 1931 Nottingham Way, Hamilton 08619. 609-586-0668. Peggy Grauwiler, CEO. www.fgccorp.org.
Family Guidance Center Corporation has chosen Peggy Grauwiler as its new CEO. She began at the agency on May 31, succeeding Shannon Mason, who was serving as the interim executive director.
“Peggy has striking qualifications and great presence, and came along at precisely the right time,” said Family Guidance Center board president Pete Jaques.
Grauwiler has a PhD in clinical social work from New York University, a master’s in social work from Columbia, and a bachelor’s in art history from Hunter College. Most recently, she served as executive director of Court Appointed Special Advocates in New York City (CASA-NYC).
Grauwiler lives in Princeton. “I am passionately committed to meeting the needs of vulnerable children and families, by providing responsive social services that reflect my belief that innovative advocacy and program development really can change lives, and promote social justice,” she said in a prepared statement.
Amrep Corporation (AXR), 300 Alexander Park, Princeton.
The media services and real estate development company has left its Alexander Park office. Its listed phone number was disconnected.
Eileen P. Thornton, 75, on June 2. She was a former Hamilton councilwoman, current president of the Hamilton Democratic Club, and a community activist involved with many nonprofit organizations. Before retiring she was a specialist in the Department of Environmental Protection’s communications office. Services will be held Friday, June 9, at 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Sorrows Church on East State Street in Hamilton.
Walter Kosul, 77, on June 3. He was tax assessor for Bordentown, Pemberton, East Brunswick, and other towns. Services will be Friday, June 9, at 9:30 a.m. at Knott’s Colonial Funeral Home, 2946 South Broad Street, Hamilton.
Lionel A. Kaplan, 69, on June 3. He was a managing partner of Joseph D. Kaplan and Son in Trenton, and a prominent advocate and fundraiser for pro-Israel causes. He was also president of the Princeton/Mercer/Bucks United Jewish Appeal-Federation.