The Parkinson Alliance, 4454 Route 27, Second Floor, Box 308, Kingston 08528-0308; 609-688-0870; fax, 609-688-0875. Carol Walton, CEO. parkinsonalliance.org.
The Parkinson Alliance has moved from 4422 Route 27 to 4457 Route 27 in Kingston.
Founded in 1999, the Parkinson Alliance is a national nonprofit organization focused on raising funds for research devoted to curing Parkinson’s Disease.
Jarjour Legal, 100 Straube Center Boulevard, Suite 203, Pennington 08534; 609-542-0008; Alina Denis Jarjour, attorney. jarjourlegal.com.
Attorney Alina Jarjour has moved the Pennington branch of her legal practice — Jarjour Legal — to Straube Center Boulevard from 25 Route 31 South.
The firm specializes in legal and business counsel, corporate compliance, and mediation. In 1993, after serving as an associate attorney at two South Florida law firms, Jarjour established opened her first location in Miami, FL. Since then, the firm has expanded and also has offices at 103 Carnegie Center and Newtown, PA.
Sublyme Payments, 33 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08542; 609-903-9061; fax, 603-821-0255. Jonathan Stowe, managing partner. sublymepayments.com.
Sublyme Payments has moved from 34 Chambers Street to 33 Witherspoon Street. The company is a regional satellite office for a New Hampshire based processor of credit card payments for retailers and restaurants.
E. Harvey Meyers/Architects Planners, 33 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08542; 609-924-8552; fax, 609-924-6237.
E. Harvey Meyers, architects and planners, has moved from 34 Chambers Street to 33 Witherspoon Street.
The firm, which has been in business since 1977, specializes in schools, industrial, renovations, and general practice.
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Magna Carta Co., 104 Carnegie Center, Suite 201, Princeton 08540; 212-591-9500. Ted Smyk, manager. www.mcarta.com.
Magna Carta, an insurance company specializing in underwriting commercial real estate, has moved to 104 Carnegie Center.
Magna Carta was founded in New York City in 1925 as a mutual insurance carrier for the taxicab industry. Since then, it has continued to expand its product offerings and underwriting territory.
The group now consists of Public Service Mutual Insurance Company, Paramount Insurance Company, and Western Select Insurance Company.
Magna Carta began as Public Service Mutual Casualty Insurance Corporation, which was later shortened to PSM Insurance Companies. The group adopted the trade name Magna Carta when it celebrated its 75-year anniversary in 2000.
Packaging Corporation of America (PKG), 2540 Route 130, Cranbury. www.packagingcorp.com.
Packaging Corporation of America (PCA) has vacated its office on Route 130 in Cranbury. The company’s phone number has been disconnected and its website no longer lists Cranbury as a location.
PCA offers design services for corrugated and display packaging.
Rudolf Frederick Lehnert, 83, on September 18. A 1952 graduate of Princeton University, he was an aeronautical engineer who worked at the Forrestal Research Center. He also managed the Nassau Delicatessen on Palmer Square, the family business established by his parents, Fred and Therese Lehnert.
John Cornelius Yeoman, 86, on September 15. He worked at Palmer Square Inc as a comptroller, secretary/treasurer and general manager. He was one of the founders in 1959 of the Princeton Chamber of Commerce, and he helped organize the Princeton Merchants Association.
John Durston Emerick, 74, on September 13. In 1983 he bought Minute Press in Princeton, which later evolved into Millstone Group, a graphic design business.
Lorraine Colgan, 83, on September 10. She worked for 10 years for Midlantic Bank in Cranbury.
Reverend James J. McConnell, 86, died on September 21. In 1977 he was appointed pastor of Saint James Church in Pennington. During his time there, the parish grew from 500 to 1,450 families. He retired in 1999.
Angelo Carnevale, 91, on September 22. He worked in maintenance at the Institute for Advanced Study and Educational Testing Service.
Elizabeth A. Bleier, 89, on September 17. She retired in 1985 after working for 18 years with General Electric, then RCA, Astro Division.
Bernie Cohn, on September 6. He was a past president and chairman of the board of directors of the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce.