Patrick Damore '52 was inducted into the State University of New York Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.
Ray Scharf '61 has had many accomplishments and gold medals while swimming in the senior games throughout the country during 2009.
William Heyen '61 was interviewed by John Turnbull for his many successful works on the holocaust.
Ellen Polimeni '63 will retire as Canandaigua Middle School's 8th-grade principal.
James H. Smith '68 has published his first novel, "Wah-say-lan, A Tale of the Iroquois in the American Revolution."Terry Magee '61 Executive Vice President at Wavestream, and former commander of the USS Kitty Hawk, has accepted a position on KUITY Corp.'s Board of Advisors.
Elizabeth Streb '72 is the founder of Streb Extreme Action Company that will be performing at the Cultural Olympiad 2010 in Vancouver.
Dana Madison '72, professor of mathematics at Clarion University, is the co-author of a paper "Energy Efficient Data Gathering In Dynamic Mobile Cloud Environments" accepted at the International Conference on Cloud Computing and Virtualization 2010.
Edward Varno '76 in his 15th year as director of the Ontario County Historical Society/Museum, which this month becomes one of only 40 locations nationwide to host a rare traveling exhibit featuring reproduction artifacts from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Ill. Abraham Lincoln: Self-Made in America runs Feb. 12 to March 11.Michael Broadhead '79 has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Facilities Manager at Kennebunk Savings.
Nancy Guenther '83 was installed as vicar of St. John's Church, Medina, NY.Kelly Carlie '84 is recognized as a National Certified Counselor. Carlie is currently a school counselor at Elba Central School in Genesee County, NY.
Karen Mary Gray '90 has a blog dedicated to the fine art of finding fine art. You can view it at: http://agirlsguidetobuyingart.blogspot.com
David Gentner'96 is currently the Executive VP Operations and COO of The Wartburg Adult Care Community in Mount Vernon, NY. Gentner was recently honored as a member of the 2009 Certified Aging Services Professional (CASP) graduating class.
Mike Mellace '96 owner of Mellace Family Brands, has teamed up with David Fish, head of Breedlove Food Inc., to challenge the patents for Plumpy'nut, a widely distributed ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) registered in the US. He has also unveiled his new Cinnabon® line of roasted nuts.
Daniel Murray '98 has been appointed the new superintendent of the York Central School district.Mark Wojcinski '99 has joined The Chautauqua Multi-Use Organizing Committee as a general board member.
Andrea M. Guzzetta '01 will replace William F. Sullivan as Rochester City Council chief of staff.
Amy Roberts '02 has joined Morrisville State College as Director of Public Relations.
Elizabeth Wills '03 is the Director of Production for Pilobolus, the provocative dance company of today's art world at Northrop Dance at the University of Minnesota.
Shawn Jackett '06 has received the prestigious Fellows New Teacher Award for his work as an Honors and Regents-level Living Environment teacher at Fairport High School.
Anne Stalnecker '06 received her Master of Science in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology from the University at Albany in August 2009.
Doreen E. Colwell '73
Darrell LaFlesh '72
Philip G. Internicola '51
Natalie D. Norton '35
John C. Stigall '80
Marion F. Tiller '51
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