Expansion

Right at Home of Central New Jersey. 732-967-0900. Beth Sholom, executive director. www.rightathome.net/monmouth-middlesex.

Right at Home, a provider of in-home care to seniors and disabled adults since 2004, has expanded to include all of Mercer County in its coverage area. It previously covered Middlesex and northern Monmouth counties.

Owner and executive director Beth Sholom says, “Acquiring the Mercer County franchise will make us the largest Right at Home franchise in New Jersey and one of the largest in the country. We look forward to working with all of the health care partners and local businesses in Mercer County.”

Sholom earned her undergraduate degree in special education and subsequently earned a law degree. She practiced elder law for 12 years in addition to becoming licensed as a certified assisted living advisor. She was inspired to help seniors in part by her mother, who herself worked in a nursing home.

PSRC Announces ‘Safe 4 Seniors’

Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton 08540. 609-924-7108. Drew A. Dyson, executive director. www.princetonsenior.org.

The Princeton Senior Resource Center, in partnership with the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association and Ride Provide, is offering a temporary home delivery service for seniors.

Registered participants in Mercer County, Plainsboro, and southern Montgomery Township can sign up to receive delivery vouchers at a cost of $5 each. Users subsequently schedule curbside pickup from a participating store or restaurant between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Once a time is set, call Ride Provide at 609-452-5144 to schedule delivery. Advance notice of 24 hours is requested.

Deliveries are limited to within the same town or an adjacent town.

Management Moves

Integra LifeSciences, 1100 Campus Road, Princeton 08540. 609-275-0500. Peter Arduini, CEO. www.integralife.com.

Michael McBreen

Michael McBreen, Integra’s current corporate vice president and president of its international businesses, has been promoted to executive vice president and president, Codman Specialty Surgical. The change takes effect on June 8.

McBreen, who came to Integra when it acquired Codman from Johnson & Johnson in 2017, replaces Dan Reuvers, who is leaving to become CEO of medical technology firm Tactile Systems Technology Inc.

New Jersey Builders Association, 1 Washington Boulevard, Suite 5, Robbinsville 08691. 609-587-5577. Carol Ann Short, CEO. www.njba.org.

The CEO of the New Jersey Builders Association, a trade association for the construction industry, will be leaving the position at the end of May. Carol Ann Short, who has been CEO since 2013 and was the first woman to serve in that role, will depart, and a successor has not yet been named. Short is currently a member of Gov. Phil Murphy’s Restart and Recovery Advisory Council.

Partnership

Trenton Health Team, 1 West State Street, Fourth Floor, Trenton 08608. Gregory Paulson, executive director. 609-256-4555. www.trentonhealthteam.org.

Trenton Health Team, a nonprofit that works to advance health equity in Trenton, has announced a new partnership with insurance provider Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.

The Horizon Neighbors in Health Plan offers people on the state health benefit plan access to services addressing social and environmental issues that impact health.

“The state’s largest insurer recognizes patient well-being depends on social and environmental factors such as housing quality, food security, and poverty — and they appreciate the expertise of our Care Management Team in building close relationships with clients to address those issues,” THT executive director Gregory Paulson said in a statement.

The program is optional for state health plan members and is available in 70 zip codes across 11 counties.

Deaths

Gloria May Stanziale, 89, on May 20. She was employed by Theradex Systems, Inc., in Princeton for many years.

Valerie Harris, 90, on May 18. She retired from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.

Rose Marie Stegner, 92, on May 11. She worked in Trenton as a porcelain artist for Boehm Porcelain Company, Baker China Studios, and Tatlers.

Donna L. Lawrence, 59, on May 16. She worked at Princeton University for more than 30 years in the Office of Information Technology.

Thomas R. Suarez, 65, on May 15. The certified public accountant spent 45 years at the Princeton office of accounting firm Withum, where he retired as partner in charge. He also served on numerous boards including Millhill Child and Family Development Center, Christine’s Hope for Kids Foundation, and the First Tee of Greater Trenton.

Carol A. Weiss, 76, on May 14. She was a docent at Drumthwacket for 22 years and also served as a mentor to international post-doctoral students at Princeton.

Mark William Durand, 60, on March 19. He was an executive with Bristol-Myers Squibb for many years.

Donald J. Gribbin, 68, on May 17. He worked for RCA-Astro Electronics on cameras for the Apollo program and also worked for General Motors in Ewing and for the Trenton Board of Education.

Mary Mastoris, 98, on May 16. Along with her husband she owned Mastoris Diner in Bordentown.

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