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Peggy Lynn of Uniglobe/Ross Travel has been recognized with the “Best Frontline Agent” award for 1994 by the Uniglobe (Northeast States) Regional Headquarters in Wakefield, Mass.
Osborn Gaye Guthin O’Connor The Advertising Council of Rochester Inc. elected new officers at its annual meeting: chairman of the board, Michael Osborn–managing director, Catalyst Direct Inc.; vice chair, Kathy Gaye–partner, Eric Mower & Associates/Rochester Inc.; secretary, Daisy Guthin–partner, Guthin-Myers Public Relations; and treasurer, Carol O’Connor–executive director, YWCA of Rochester.
Page New York, a division of Arch Communications Group, has been awarded the New York State contract for paging services. This contract was awarded based on the most complete paging coverage in New York State.
George Heisel Sr., president of National Ambulance and Home Care Services, has been reappointed by the Monroe County Legislature to another three-year term on the Monroe County 911 Operating Practices Board.
Etta Atkin and Julian Gordon were recently named as co-chairpersons of the Jewish Home of Rochester’s 75th anniversary celebration committee.
Mullen Katherine Mullen, a supervisor of Alternatives to Incarceration- Monroe County Office of Probation, has been elected to the East House Corp. board of directors.
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital announces the recent certification of Dr. Anthony daSilva, an active medical staff member. Dr. daSilva has passed his board exam and is now certified in internal medicine by the National Board of Certification.
Two prominent Rochesterians have been selected to receive lifetime achievement awards from the Nazareth Schools-Nazareth Hall and Nazareth Academy. Reverend Thomas Statt, pastor of Our Mother of Sorrows parish, will receive the Lux Award as an outstanding Nazareth Hall alumnus. Kathleen Whelehan, executive vice president and regional president of Marine Midland Bank, will receive the Lumina Award as an exemplary graduate of Nazareth Academy.
Peggy Lynn of Uniglobe/Ross Travel has been recognized with the “Best Frontline Agent” award for 1994 by the Uniglobe (Northeast States) Regional Headquarters in Wakefield, Mass.
Richard Mittereder M.D., a family physician with Park Medical Group, has been recertified a diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice.
The Women’s Leadership Institute of Wells College is seeking nominations for its second annual Innovation in Advancing Women’s Leadership Awards. Awards will be made to teams and should reflect a commitment to leadership that is inclusive of all people, embodies the value of social responsibility and is based on cooperation. Materials are to be submitted by April 15. Call (315) 364-3421 for more information.
Fischer Centra Financial Group Inc. is proud to announce James Fischer as its 1994 Rookie of the Year.

Weidmann Raymond Weidmann has successfully completed the six Certified Financial Planner courses. He is now registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards. Each of these six-course programs require about 150 hours of preparation and a passing grade on the three-hour examination.
Stotz Frank Stotz has been appointed to the new board of directors of Curtice Burns Foods following the acquisition of the company by Pro-Fac Cooperative. Stotz is a retired senior vice president-finance of Bausch & Lomb Inc.

Gradinger Eduardo Centra Financial Group Inc. is proud to announce Sanford Gradinger CLU and Joseph Eduardo as its 1994 Leaders of the Year.
Xerox Corp. has been awarded the 1994 Corporate Transit Advocacy Award by the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transit Service.
John Lootens of Century 21 Home Spirit has received the Top Associate Award for sales and listings for the month of December 1994. Also, Glenn Knudsen has completed all requirements to receive his New York State real estate brokers license.
The Genesee Valley Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management has appointed the following officers: chairman, Lisa McGurn PHR, Harris RF Communications Division; president, Gisella Falletta SPHR, Chase Manhattan Bank N.A.; vice president of membership, Shawn Anderson, Temporary Accounting Personnel; vice president of programs, Susan Hyser, Comstock Michigan Fruit; treasurer, Amy Himlin, Cochran, Cochran & Yale; and secretary, Maureen Ryan, Sentry Group.
Beth Heveron, a registered nurse at Myers Community Hospital, has received her Orthopedic Nurse certification from the Orthopedic Nurses Certification Board.
Schott Kathleen Schott, vice president of Personnel Works Inc., has passed the examination and received certification as a Senior Professional of Human Resources from the Society for Human Resource Management.

Osborn Gaye Guthin O’Connor The Advertising Council of Rochester Inc. elected new officers at its annual meeting: chairman of the board, Michael Osborn–managing director, Catalyst Direct Inc.; vice chair, Kathy Gaye–partner, Eric Mower & Associates/Rochester Inc.; secretary, Daisy Guthin–partner, Guthin-Myers Public Relations; and treasurer, Carol O’Connor–executive director, YWCA of Rochester.
Re/Max Realty Group of Pittsford has been named the top real estate office in New York for the fourth consecutive year at the Re/Max of New York annual awards banquet.
“Share The Dream II”–a locally produced program dedicated to the Olympians New York State sent to Lillehammer, Norway, this past winter–won the NATPE Iris Award. The show aired last year on WROC-TV, as well as on CBS affiliates in Buffalo, Syracuse, Binghamton and Watertown.
Ronald Kraft, a residential mortgage account executive for Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp., has been honored with Consumer Financial Services’ “Best of Class” Award for 1994.
Transmation Inc. has received several awards from the editors and readers of publications that serve the control, instrumentation and automation marketplaces. The calibration products which garnered this recognition are the result of the company’s latest R&D effort, an intensive three-year commitment of resources at a time when many instrumentation manufacturers were cutting or eliminating R&D.

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