Management Moves

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach Realtors, 4603 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square 08690. 609-890-3300,

The Hamilton-Robbinsvlle branch of Berkshire Hathaway Home­Services Fox & Roach Realtors has hired Laura Hall as a sales associate. Formerly with Re/Max, Hall has been licensed since 2007. She resides in Hamilton with her husband, Bill.

New in Town

Benchmark Realty LLC, 188 Tamarack Circle, Skillman 08556. 609-448-3300. Stephen Patron, managing member.

The real estate firm specializing in serving the banking, building, and investing communities has opened on Tamarack Circle.

Kimley Horn, 902 Carnegie Center, Suite 140, Princeton 08540. 609-681-2428. Tony W. Diggan,

The engineering consulting firm has opened an office in Carnegie Center.

Docusafe, 17 Quakerbridge Plaza, Suite A, Mercerville 08619.

The document storage company has opened a location in Quakerbridge Plaza.

Secutive, 212 Carnegie Center, Suite 108, Princeton 08540. 727-894-7282. Denisse Valdez,

Secutive, a company that provides insurance to providers of exchange programs, has opened an office in Carnegie Center. The global headquarters of the company is located in Germany.

Leaving Town

GEP, 214 Carnegie Center, Princeton.

The procurement technology company based in Clark has closed its Carnegie Center office.

International Trading, 103 Carnegie Center, Princeton.

The trading company has left its Carnegie Center office.


George Edward Councell, 68, on May 21. The Pennington resident was bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey from 2003 until his retirement in 2013. As bishop, he allowed his clergy permission to officiate over same-sex marriages in their churches in 2013.

Anne Dill, 87, on May 25. She began her career at Trenton Trust and held a variety of jobs until her retirement from NJM Insurance Company.

Leo F. Hughes III, 82, on May 23. He was vice president of operations at National Waste Disposal and manager at Stony Brook Golf Course in Hopewell.

Fraser Lewis, 84, on April 26. He was an obstetrician-gynecologist in Princeton who delivered many babies throughout his 25-year medical career.

Daniel Maxim, 77, on May 18. He founded and operated Everest Consulting, a technical consulting firm in West Windsor specializing in health, safety, environmental quality, and risk assessment for major corporate clients.

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