Woodfield Distribution, a pharmaceutical logistics services provider based in Boca Raton, Florida, is leasing a 63,500-square-foot space at 15 Stults Road in South Brunswick.

The company said operations would begin in January and ramp up. “Our New Jersey facility responds to client demand for our services near their center of operations,” said Woodfield President Adam Runsdorf. “This new warehouse represents the next stage of our growth into key pharmaceutical hubs around the country.” The development is a return home for Runsdorf, a New Jersey native and graduate of South Brunswick High School and Rutgers University. “New Jersey is special for me personally and was an important factor in selecting the site off the NJ Turnpike.”

The company expects to hire approximately 15 additional staff.

Woodfield operates facilities throughout Florida, Texas, and New Jersey spanning 320,000 square feet.

“We welcome [Woodfield] to New Jersey’s flourishing life sciences sector,” said Michele Brown, CEO of Choose New Jersey, an economic development organization. “With more than 3,200 life sciences establishments, including 13 of the top 20 biopharmaceutical companies in the world operating in our state, [Woodfield] is well positioned to capitalize on our industry’s strength with its new warehouse in South Brunswick.”

The company provides manufacturers of prescription and over-the-counter drug products, raw materials and related components with warehousing, fulfillment, cold chain, packaging, call center, financial services management, and reverse logistics.

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George Fox, 78, on December 12, of complications from immunotherapy for Stage IV melanoma. He had been an account executive with IBM, an applications programmer at Cylogix (later Keane), and a Stephen Leader at Princeton United Methodist Church. He was the husband of U.S. 1 senior correspondent Barbara Fox. A memorial service will be on Saturday, December 30, at 3 p.m. at Princeton UMC, Nassau Street at Vandeventer.

Kathryn Marie DiMemmo, 80, on December 12. She worked for Arnold Constable Company as one of the first employees of its Trenton store. She later worked for Lee Isaacson, a dentist, the New Jersey state board of elections, and the state Public Advocate, retiring in 2003.

Linda Joan Kerwin, 67, on December 13. She was a senior research scientist at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Lawrenceville and also owned and operated Soul Star Connections, where she made and sold jewelry.

John D. Brown, 58, on December 10. He was the founder and pastor of Deeper Life Family Worship Center in Trenton.

Julius Campbell Jr., 73, on December 11. He was chief executive officer at the Ewing Residential Center and program analyst for the state Department of Human Services, Division of Youth and Family Services, retiring in 2010. He was also an adjunct professor at Mercer County Community College.

Thomas Alexander Harris, 77, on December 12. After a career as a surveyor in Somerset County, he joined the family-owned business, Harris Surveying, in Robbinsville. He was also chairman of the Robbinsville Planning Board.

Patricia Clearwater 83, on December 13. She was on the Princeton YWCA’s board of directors and led several YWCA groups including the Newcomers and Friends and Bramwell House groups. She also volunteered for Womanspace and was a docent at the Governor’s Mansion.

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