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Women’s Heart Foundation, 125 Hovey Avenue, Suite 1D, Hamilton 08610; 609-771-9600. Bonnie Arkus, founder/executive director. www.womensheart.org.

The Women’s Heart Foundation has moved from North Olden Avenue in Trenton to Hamilton. The agency runs a heart health and wellness information website and conducts prevention programs including Teen Esteem Health & Fitness, Women’s Heart Week, and Medication Safety.

Epocrates, 200 Princeton South Corporate Center, Suite 340, Ewing 08628; 609-583-1431. www.epocrates.com.

Epocrates, which publishes point of care medical reference information on mobile devices, has moved from 50 Millstone Road in East Windsor to Ewing’s Princeton South Corporate Center. The move comes as part of a growth period for Epocrates, which in February announced the pricing for its initial public offering — nearly 2 million shares at $16 per share.

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Linda Coulton Ellmer, 57, on March 26. A former nurse at Helene Fuld Hospital, she was a personnel coordinator at Bayada Nurses of Lawrenceville.

Aaron Ashkinazy, 71, on March 23. As a computer technician at RCA in the 1970s he developed an advanced simulation program. He later held positions at Siemens, GE, Harris, Sarnoff Corporation, and IC Manage.

George Barker, 64, on March 22. He was an engineer and facilities manager of the chemistry department at Princeton University for more than 20 years. He was previously employed by Bristol-Myers and Johnson & Johnson.

Robert Purcell Sr., 77, on March 22. He owned the Ace Record Shop in Trenton for 53 years, was a music promoter, and wrote music for local radio shows.

Peggy Campbell, 70, on March 22. She was the office manager with Town & Country Aluminum Center Inc. in Hamilton for 32 years.

Cora Ward, 79, on March 21. She was a former office manager for RCA in Princeton.

C. William Winslade Jr., 55, on March 21. He was the chief financial officer for the YWCA in Trenton and the borough manager of Yardley, Pennsylvania.

Josef Borg, 83, on March 21. He owned a tailoring shop at 57 Palmer Square for more than 50 years.

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