Elite Spiders LLC, 14 Washington Road, Building 6, Princeton 08540; 609-716-6800; fax, 631-621-1731. John Liu, president. www.elitespiders.com.

Elite Spiders, a distributor of fashion accessories, has opened a new office in Washington Park, bulding 6. The company also has a location at 5 Independence Way in South Brunswick.

In business for some 20 years, the company sells, markets, and distributes products in the United States, Canada, South America, and China.

New in Town

Opus Software Solutions, 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 200, Princeton 08540; 609-524-4045; fax, 609-228-4230. Ramesh Mengawade, CEO. www.opussoft.com.

Opus Software Solutions has moved into an office at 116 Village Boulevard in Forrestal Village. The company provides solutions and services for the retail payments industry.

Crosstown Moves

Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO), 693 Alexander Road, Princeton 08540; 609-258-4136; fax, 609-258-1880. Andrew K. Golden, president.

Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO) has moved to 693 Alexander Road. The move is temporary while the company’s office at 22 Chambers Street is being renovated. PRINCO manages Princeton University’s endowment and provides advice on the investment of the university’s gift planning program assets.

The 49,000-square-foot building at 693 Alexander Road was purchased by the university in 2008. Previously, the building had sat vacant for five years.

UBM Live, 300 American Metro Boulevard, Suite 125, Hamilton 08619; 609-759-4700; fax, 609-759-4774. Michael Kazakoff, vice president. www.cruiseshippingevents.com.

UBM Live, formerly CMP Media, which conducts the annual Cruise Shipping Miami trade show, has moved from 212 Carnegie Center to American Metro Center.

The company, a division of United Business Media, serves the cruise industry by conducting international trade shows, educational conferences, networking events, and virtual events.

Integrating Factors Inc., 12 North Longfellow Drive, Princeton Junction 08550; 609-750-9099; fax, 866-309-2762. Prashant Kumar, managing principal.

Management consulting firm Integrating Factors has moved from 103 Carnegie Center to North Longfellow Drive in Princeton Junction.

The firm advises businesses and government agencies on collecting and disseminating data, integrating services, and policy planning.


Claude Ancelme Roichel Kagan, 87, on April 26. He worked for AT&T/Western Electric from 1953 to 1988, focusing on communications, manufacturing systems, and visionary work on computers for home and personal computing.

He also collected historical technology and filled his barn with artifacts, including a Burroughs 205 mainframe vacuum tube computer. Many of the important items from his collection were donated to the InfoAge Museum before the barn burned in 2009.

Victoria “Vicki” Maddalena Testa, 92, on July 4. She worked as a legal secretary at RCA Sarnoff in the patent attorneys office for 27 years.

Kostantinos Vogiatzoglou, 81, on June 27. He was the vice president of Stone-Tech in Trenton.

Winthrop Seeley Pike, 92, a former mayor of Princeton Township, on July 6. A member of the technical staff at RCA Laboratories, David Sarnoff Research Center, he worked closely with Vladimir K. Zworykin on the early development of color television.

He also developed sensory devices for the sight-impaired, highway vehicle control devices, color television receivers, storage tubes, weather balloon sensory instruments, portable television cameras and encoders, integrated circuits for stereo sound, and high altitude balloon-born television systems. Pike earned 17 U.S. patents.

Later he consulted with Princeton Scientific Enterprises Inc. in the development of a blood gas analyzer device and high voltage ignition circuitry for military ordnance.

Robert Joseph Jones, 84, on July 5. He worked at Educational Testing Service where he oversaw both the advanced placement English exam and the SAT verbal test.

Frances Sue Ottavi, 79, on July 1. She worked at Yardville National Bank for several years before retiring.

George Reginald Bishop Jr., 90, on July 4. After receiving a PhD in 1952 he was appointed to the department of French at Rutgers and later became associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He served as acting dean of the college and chair of the French department.

Laurie Ann Hackett, 47, on July 2. She was employed by St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton as a nurse in the recovery unit.

Flossie M. Koppenhaver, 96, on July 3. She worked for 12 years as a library clerk at Trenton State College, now the College of New Jersey.

James E. Sablich, 61, on July 4. He worked for 30 years at Bayer Corporation in Ewing.

Robert P. Marchok, 78, on June 30. He was employed for 28 years by General Motors Corporation in Ewing, where he was a die casting products engineer.

John “Jack” V. Masterson, 87, on June 30. He was an insurance broker and owner of the Auld and Company Insurance Agency in Trenton.

Gregory E. Such, 85, on June 29. Such operated his own television and radio repair business in Hamilton.

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