New in Town

Schock, 281 Witherspoon Street, Suite 110, Princeton 08540. 609-592-2565. Tracy Dacko, marketing manager. www.schock-na.com.

The construction and engineering company, based in Baden-Baden, Germany, has opened an office on Witherspoon Street.

Crosstown Moves

Gold Medal Impressions Inc., 196 Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-606-9001. Richard A. Druckman, president. www.goldmedalimpressions.com.

The sports photography studio has moved from 43 to 196 Princeton-Hightstown Road.

Ocean Power Technologies (OPTT), 28 Engelhard Drive, Monroe Township. 609-730-0400. George Kirby, CEO. www.oceanpowertechnologies.com.

The company, which is developing devices to generate power from ocean waves, has moved from Pennington to a new headquarters in Monroe Township. All other contact information remains the same.

Leaving Town

Medrona, 101 College Road East, Princeton.

The Tacoma, Washington-based medical billing company has left its College Road East office. Its listed phone number was disconnected.

The Dreher Group, 166 Nassau Street, Princeton.

Charles E. Brodsky, 166 Nassau Street, Princeton.

The commercial real estate development company, which specializes in drug and grocery stores in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, has moved to Pennsylvania along with its attorney, Charles E. Brodsky, who worked in the same building.

Forrestal Village Fitness, 121 Main Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton.

The gym closed as of December 31. The pool will be transferred to the Five Star Swim School.

Deaths

Joseph G. Griswold III, 74, on December 30. He was a professor at City College of New York from 1971 to 2002. After retirement, he helped found Real Partners Uganda, which supports a school for orphans and vulnerable children in Lukaya, Uganda. His son, Jamie Griswold, is founder and co-publisher of Community News Service, which publishes U.S. 1. Services will be held on Saturday, January 27, at noon at Community Presbyterian Church, 1501 West Brigantine Avenue, Brigantine.

Brendan Byrne, 93, on January 4. He was a two-term governor of New Jersey in the 1970s, and a graduate of Princeton University.

Judith Kase Cartlidge, 85, on January 5. Together with her husband, Chris, she managed the Original Trenton Cracker Co. in Trenton and Lambertville.

Sanford Zeitler, 84, on January 3. He founded Princeton Telephone Answering Services Inc. and was a longtime landlord in Princeton.

Salvatore Astarita, 83, on January 1. He was an engineer and manager at AT&T in Hopewell.

Charles Powers, 68, on January 2. He was a computer technician at McGraw Hill.

John Boychuk, 90, on December 31. He was a design engineer at the Plasma Physics Laboratory, where he worked on fusion reactor research and was a liaison with an exchange program with Soviet physicists.

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