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Connie Mercer, HomeFront Founder and Director Is Deeply Committed to Helping the Homeless

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed that’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead Nowhere is this sentiment realized more fully than…

Princeton Ophthalmologist Stephen Felton, M.D. Publishes His Mother’s Memoir of the Holocaust

“A deep night Blacker than the blackness of eyes. Has fallen silently On the World.” —David Vogel Everyone has a story, and frequently it is surprising. One thinks he or…

Hank Siegel, President of Hamilton Jewelers, Is Third Generation to Head Family Business

Hank Siegel is a strong and committed advocate. For his family, his community, and his business. As president and CEO of Hamilton Jewelers, he has led the company to new…

Running for Office or Running Marathons: Phyllis Marchand Is an Active Participant

She is the longest-serving elected official on Princeton Township Committee. She indexed the Papers of Woodrow Wilson and the Letters of Samuel Johnson. She has run in 19 marathons. She…

Princeton Resident Frank Ryle, PMP Is an Expert in Project Management

Princeton resident Frank Ryle has recently added “author” to his long list of credentials. Civil engineer, project manager, teacher, pilot, scuba diver, surfer, single-figure golfer, top-flight tennis player — all…

First Baptist Church Member Dorothy Alexander Is Life-time Princeton Resident and Church Organist

It was Sunday afternoon, December 7, 1941 (“a date that will live in infamy”), and Dorothy Fletcher, age 13, was playing the organ at First Baptist Church of Princeton. She…