#b#Leaving Town#/b#

Clairvoyant TechnoSolutions, 600 Alexander Road, Princeton; www.ctsit.com.

Clairvoyant TechnoSolutions, an IT development firm, has vacated its regional office at 600 Alexander Road. Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, the company also has locations in Singapore, India, and Australia.

Lucid Technologies, 231 Clarksville Road, Suite 4-B, West Windsor 08550; www.lucidcom.com.

Lucid Technologies, a provider of IT consulting services, has vacated its office at 51 Everett Drive. The company had moved to the location from 231 Clarksville Road earlier this year.

Patient Marketing Group Inc., 155 Village Boulevard, Suite 200, Princeton 08540; 609-779-6200; fax, 609-779-6201. Lynn Benzing, president. www.patientmarketing.com.

Patient Marketing Group, a pharmaceutical marketing services firm specializing in patient relationship marketing, is moving from Forrestal Village to 100 Brandywine Boulevard, Newtown, PA. The move is expected to take place at by the end of December.

Donna Decker, PMG chief implementation officer, said the company is moving because its lease is up and the new location is closer to their corporate partners. The company’s new phone number is currently unknown, but the old number will be forwarded. PMG is a division of InVentiv Health Inc. of Somerset, which acquired the company in 2008 in a $14.5 million all cash deal.

#b#Crosstown Moves#/b#

ILM Learning Center, 379 Princeton-Hightstown Road, building 2, Second Floor, Cranbury 08512; 609-770-1315; Farah Yasmeen, director. www.iisnj.info.

ILM Learning Center, the Institute of Language and Math, has moved to from 410 Princeton-Hightstown Road to 379 Princeton-Hightstown Road.


A Greener Home Design Center, 609-450-7616; fax, 609-450-7613. Ronda Hyams, Owner. www.betterbydesignnj.com.

A Greener Home Design Center has moved from its location at 8 Gordon Avenue and moved to a home office in Robbinsville, according to owner Ronda Hyams. The company’s contact information remains the same.


Henry Davison Jr., M.D., 51, on December 7. He had a surgical practice at the Princeton Medical Center and was on the faculty at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School as a clinical instructor of surgery. He also was chairman of the medical and dental staff bylaws committee, and a member of the board of trustees of the Chapin School

Jerry D. Mahlman, 72, on November 28. From 1970 to 2000 he worked at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory of NOAA in Princeton, serving as director from 1984-2000, and was a Professor in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at Princeton University. Mahlman spent most of his career studying global warming.

Elizabeth Furch, 83, on December 8. She retired after many years with ETS and along with her husband, Joseph, owned and operated Varsity Liquors in Princeton

John Raymond Hart, Sr., 87, on December 6. He became owner of Rosedale Mills town and country store in Pennington in 1950.

Frank Giancola, 85, on December 3. He worked at American Standard in Hamilton until his retirement in 1985.

Stanley L. Blyskal, 73, of on December 4. Blyskal was an aeronautical engineer for 34 years with the now defunct Naval Air Propulsion Center that was located in Ewing Township.

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