The Rubinstein Law Firm, 1675 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, Hamilton 08619; 609-392-7600; fax, 609-964-1785. Robert Rubinstein, owner. www.njpa-law.com.
The Rubenstein Law firm has moved from 10 Rutgers Place in Trenton to 1675 Whitehorse Mercerville Road, Suite 106, in Hamilton. The firm practices personal injury, commercial, and municipal/criminal law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Indigo Document Services Inc., 3525 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 1600, Hamilton 08550; 609-228-3170. Matt Dougherty, president. www.indigodocs.com.
Indigo Document Services moved from 51 Everett Drive to 3525 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 1600, in Hamilton.
The company is a legal and corporate document service specializing in high-volume digital color and black and white copying, imaging and scanning, digital image archiving, litigation copying, and binding.
Senator Linda Greenstein, 1249 South River Road, Suite 105, Cranbury 08512 609-395-9911; fax, 609-395-9032. www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/BIO.
State Senator Linda Greenstein has moved her legislative office from 7 Center Drive in Monroe to 1249 South River Road in Cranbury.
Greenstein, elected to the Senate in 2010 in a special election and then re-elected in 2011, represents the 14th district.
Stealth Microwave Inc., 1014 Whitehead Road Extension, Ewing 08638; 609-538-8586. www.stealthmicrowave.com.
Stealth Microwave has closed its office on Whitehead Road Extension in Ewing. In August the company became part of Mercury Systems of Chelmsford, MA, after parent company Micronetics was acquired by Mercury.
Edward Augustus “Ted” Chittenden III, 82, on December 22. He worked at Educational Testing Service, serving for many years as the director of the Early Childhood Education Research Group.
David Sterner, 72, on December 13. He was employed by Congoleum in Hamilton.
Thomas R. Miller, 80, on December 13. He worked for 30 years at AAA Trucking in Hamilton and was office manager at the time of his retirement.
Vito Ialacci, 83, onDecember 14. He was employed in the family construction company, Vincent B. Ialacci & Son Builders in Trenton for more than 50 years.
Emanuel “Alex” Fischberg, 80, on December 14. He was a charter employee at Princeton Gamma-Tech and later was the proprietor of his consulting business Applied Science Associates.
Frank Hancock Smith Jr., 89, on December 17. In 1985, he retired from American Cyanamid in Princeton, where he worked as a research and development chemist.
Ezzio “Bill” Bocchini, 86, on December 21. He worked at American Standard in Hamilton for 40 years.
Lauren O’Neil, 61, on December 22. She was a fund raiser for Homefront, Mercer Alliance, the Stonybrook Millstone Watershed Association, and New Jersey Citizen Action. She was also actively involved with the the Middle East Society of Princeton, and in Democratic Party politics in Princeton and Kingston. She served as a Kingston Commissioner and Somerset County Democratic committeewoman.
Dr. Francis John Cottone, 83, on December 24. He served as a clinical associate professor of surgery at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and as as director of surgery at St. Francis Medical Center from 1990 to 2001. He served on the board of directors of St. Francis Medical Center and Morris Hall Nursing Home.
Daniel “Dan” F. Herrera, 79, on December 23. He worked at McGraw-Hill in Hightstown for 25 years.
Paul E. Kuhl II, 90, on January 1. He was employed by New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company for 30 years, retiring as the manager of the Homeowners Department.