Commercial Property Sale

Commercial Property Network Inc., 29 Emmons Drive, Suite F-40, Princeton 08540. 609-921-8844. William Barish, managing partner, broker.

The commercial real estate firm has sold the Riegel Princeton facility at 1 Graphics Drive in Ewing. The 41,000-square-foot building was sold to Shriji Polymers, a company in the pharmaceutical packaging industry. Weichert represented the buyer in the transaction, the financial details of which were not disclosed.

Name Changes

Cogentrix Energy Power Management, 150 College Road West, Suite 300, Princeton 08540. 732-623-8700. Tom Rainwater, president & CEO.

Essential Power Services, an energy generation company, has been purchased by The Carlyle Group and integrated into Cogentrix Energy Power Management, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. The combined company owns power plants all over the country including a gas plant in Lakewood.

Speaking That Connects, 610 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-1400. Eileen N. Sinett, president.

Comprehensive Communication Services has been renamed “Speaking that Connects.” The website has been changed.

EisnerAmper LLP, 77 Tamarack Circle, Skillman 08558. 609-921-0900. Kenneth W. Field CPA, partner.

The accounting practice Field & Higgins has been acquired by EisnerAmper LLP and changed its name accordingly.

Crosstown Moves

New Jersey Builders Association, 1 Washington Boulevard, Suite 5, Robbinsville 08691. 609-587-5577. Carol Ann Short, CEO.

The trade group has moved from American Metro Boulevard to 1 Washington Boulevard in Robbinsville.

Resound Marketing, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 110, Princeton 08540. 609-279-0050. Kevin McLaughlin, principal.

The marketing and PR agency has changed suites at 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard.

New in Town

Law Office of Vidya Prasad, LLC, 666 Plainsboro Road, Building 100 Suite 1F, Plainsboro 08536. 609-664-6318.

The law office has opened an office on Plainsboro Road. Prasad’s firm specializes in representing workers in employment law disputes.

Leaving Town

Nexgen Technologies LLC, 105 College Road East, Princeton.

The IT services company has left its College Road East office.

Coldwell Banker, 3228 Route 27, Kendall Park.

The residential real estate company has left its Route 27 office.

New in HR

Munich Reinsurance Inc., 555 College Road East, Box 5241, Princeton 08543. 609-243-4200. Anthony Kuczinski, CEO.

Munich Reinsurance America has appointed Cheryl Jones, pictured above, to the head of human resources; she will also join the Munich Re America Executive Leadership Team.

“Over the last several years, Cheryl has been an important strategic advisor to the leadership team as we assess our talent needs and plan for the future,” said CEO Tony Kuczinski. “We are excited to have her leadership as we continue to evolve our company and our culture to meet the needs of a rapidly changing world.”

Jones joined the company in 2014 as a human resources business partner after more than a decade in financial services HR roles.

She has a bachelor’s in business administration from Rider University.


Louis Revesz, 64, on March 2. He wrote and performed in productions at McCarter Theater in Princeton and the Mill Hill Playhouse in Trenton. Later in life, he coordinated marketing of medications, interpreting from physicians to the public.

Barbara Strohl, 48, on February 27. She was a microbiologist who held two patents in therapeutic genetics and worked at Pharmacopeia in Cranbury.

Henry H. Matelson, on March 3. He was an administrator at The College of New Jersey for more than 30 years.

Anthony J. Cocola, 79, on March 2. He owned real estate and operated Cocola Liquors in Hamilton Square. Services will be held Thursday, March 8, at St. John the Baptist Church, 1282 Yardville-Allentown Road in Allentown.

Denise Hindman, 52, on February 28. She worked in IT with the Commodities Corporation and Johnson & Johnson.

David G. Wald 76, on March 1. He worked for Superior Legal Services Corporation in Trenton, where he reviewed foreclosures and attended sheriff sales to represent plaintiffs in foreclosure actions.

Robert Feaman, 70, on February 27. He worked at Dana Communications, a Pennington marketing firm owned by his brother, Michael. He was president and CEO of Dana until 2016.

Joseph A. Baicker, 90, on February 21. He was a nuclear physicist who founded Princeton Gamma Tech in 1965 together with a graduate school friend. The firm grew to more than 200 employees. In 1986 he founded radon measurement firm Radiation Data in Skillman, which became a family business with his son, Keith, and grandson, Kyle.

George D. “Doug” Reside, 76, on February 24. He was a sales rep and service manager at Palmer Trout in Trenton before founding D & D Trailers in Ewing.

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