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Thomas Golisano will receive the 13th Annual Shumway Distinguished Service Award at the Family Service of Rochester annual dinner, in charitable partnership with the Rochester Chapter of Chartered Life Underwriters and Chartered Financial Consultants.
Sentry Group was recently chosen to receive Wal-Mart’s Vendor/Partner Award of Excellence for the third quarter of 1994.
Peter Ruddy, president of WESTNY Building Products Corp., has been named to the national team determined to take an important message to the White House about how small business should be treated. Ruddy will be one of 2,000 delegates from around the country selected to participate this summer in the 1995 White House Conference on Small Business.
The following agents associated with Nothnagle Realtors’ Pittsford office have earned their associate broker status after successfully completing the required New York State education courses and passing the necessary tests. The group includes: Daniel Bangs, Marianne Gallea, JoAnn Hall, Barbara Hardy, Suzanne Hutton, Cassy Kent Esq., Sue Miller, Linda Rothschild, Art Tuite, Nancy Vesling and Jan Wild.
Buck & Pulleyn has announced that Lucy Richards, office manager, is this year’s winner of the agency’s Swiss Watch Award. The award, given annually, honors employees who have contributed the most to the smooth functioning of the agency, and who have gone above and beyond the call of duty.
Leslie Locketz, an instructor at the Rochester Educational Opportunity Center of the SUNY College at Brockport, has been accepted into the Literacy Assistance Center’s Leadership Institute for Demonstrating Exemplary Practices in Adult Basic Education, a New York State Department of Education project.
The board of trustees of the Daisy Marquis Jones Foundation announces the election of Roger Gardner as president and trustee of the foundation.
SWBR Architects P.C. has announced that employees Kathleen Kaminski AIA and Susan Mortenson ASID have been presented an Award of Merit by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America for their lighting design work at the Monroe County Clerk’s Office.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is seeking nominations for its fourth annual Personal Achievement Awards. The awards–given on the local, state and national levels–recognize the accomplishments and community service of people with disabilities caused by neuromuscular diseases.
Sentry Group was recently chosen to receive Wal-Mart’s Vendor/Partner Award of Excellence for the third quarter of 1994.
Mildred Glenn has been named Blind Employee of the Year by fellow workers at the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired-Goodwill Industries of Greater Rochester Inc.

Vogel
The Women’s Council of the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors presented broker associate Ada Vogel of Judy Columbus Inc. Real Estate & Relocation with the coveted Pinnacle Award as top overall agent, and the Zenith Award for having closed 54 transactions in 1994.
The Arthritis Foundation-Genesee Valley Chapter honored Robert Joynt M.D., Ph.D. with its annual Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Joynt was chosen for his leadership in neurological teaching, practice and research.
Brugnoni
Mary Anne Brugnoni, president and graphic designer for Brugnoni Design, won the prize of her choice in the fourth annual RG&E Business Awards Program. She was awarded a one-year membership in the RTE Inc.

Ruddy
Peter Ruddy, president of WESTNY Building Products Corp., has been named to the national team determined to take an important message to the White House about how small business should be treated. Ruddy will be one of 2,000 delegates from around the country selected to participate this summer in the 1995 White House Conference on Small Business.
King
Sorenson
Van Benthuysen
Zamot
Discovery Huther-Doyle, Rochester’s outpatient treatment center for chemical dependency, has elected four new members to its board of directors: John King, vice president of Moscom Corp.; John Sorenson, vice president of municipal banking operations, Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.; Julie Van Benthuysen, vice president and director of public relations, Wolf Winterkorn Lillis Advertising Inc.; and Luis Zamot, president, Zamot & Zamot Financial Consultants.

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