Allstate New Jersey, 25 Route 31 South, Pennington Shopping Center, Pennington 08534; 609-895-8450; fax, 609-895-8454. John Noto, agency owner.
Lawrenceville Allstate agent John Noto has expanded his insurance operation to a second office. The new office is located in Pennington Shopping Center.
According to employee Robert DeGenaro, Noto purchased the accounts of Lloyd Bezar, the previous Allstate agent in the center, who retired. Noto’s Lawrenceville office is located on 2681 Main Street. Both offices have the same phone numbers.
New in Town
Weil, Gotshal, and Manges; 301 Carnegie Center, 303, Princeton 08540; 609-986-1100; fax, 609-986-1199. Diane P. Sullivan, partner. www.weil.com.
Law firm Weil, Gotshal, and Manges has opened an office in Carnegie Center. The firm has offices internationally, including New York, Washington DC, Paris, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Frankfurt.
“Opened in 2012, Weil’s Princeton office greatly expands our global organization into New Jersey’s diverse technology corridor that is home to many of our long-standing clients,” says the firm’s website.
Drake Beam Morin Inc., 212 Carnegie Center, Suite 202, Princeton 08540; Amy Raditz, lead consultant. www.dbm.com.
Human resources consulting firm, Drake Beam Morin has moved from 212 Carnegie Center. In 2011, Adecco Group, one of the world’s largest staffing firms, acquired the New York-based Drake Beam Morin.
The company became part of Adecco’s Lee Hecht Harrison outplacement division, which ranked as the second-largest outplacement firm on Staffing Industry Analyst’s 2010 lists of largest staffing firms. Drake Beam Morin ranked as the third-largest.
Lee Hecht Harrison’s main markets were in the United States and France, and the acquisition of Drake Beam and Morin expanded its geographic reach and gave it a leading position in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Brazil.
Frontage Clinical Services/Advanced Biomedical Research Inc., 117 Campus Drive, University Square, Princeton 08540; Lisa Diamond, vice president. www.frontagelab.com.
Frontage Clinical Services has closed its office in University Square on Alexander Road. The clinical research organization, headquartered in Exton, PA, continues to maintain offices in Hackensack and Malvern, PA.
In 2010, Advanced Biomedical Services changed its name to Frontier Clinical Services. Founder and President Michael Willett sold his 14-year-old firm in 2008 to Frontage and left the company the following year.
Marcia Kirkpatrick, 92, on July 11. She worked at the State Home for Boys in Jamesburg (now The Training School for Boys) as a psychiatric social worker. Kirkpatrick also joined the Child Study team in the Jamesburg public school system and later served as a social worker at Monroe Village, a continuing care facility.
Vincent J. Fiorello Sr., 84, on July 7. Fiorello, along with his late father, was the proprietor of Arco Rex Amusement Company in Ewing. The company is now owned and operated by his son, Vincent Jr.
John M. Szul, 64, on July 11. He was a facilities manager with the state of Department of Health and Senior Services, retiring in 2004 with 37 years of service.
Gladys Perroni, 86, on July 9. She worked for R.A. Roebling Company and Dunham’s department store prior to working for the State of New Jersey. She retired in 1986 after 12 years of service.