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Harris, Beach & Wilcox has announced the following have become associated with the firm: Robert Bilotti, real estate department; George Cholakis, corporate department; Timothy Fitzgerald, real estate department; Daniel O’Brien; and M.J. MacKenzie, Syracuse office.

Fran Hirsch Development has appointed James Burton general manager of sales, design and construction. Burton is the designer/builder of award-winning homes from two Homearama home shows and has 18 years of experience.

Mike McKay has joined WKLX-98.9 as morning show personality, broadcasting from 5:30 – 10 a.m. McKay is a 20-year radio veteran.

Michael Steger has been promoted to banking officer in the Rochester division of M&T Bank. Steger has been with M&T since 1990.

George Eastman House has named Dr. Paolo Cherchi Usai senior curator of the motion picture collection and associate professor of film studies at the University of Rochester, the first joint appointment between UR’s film studies department and the Eastman House. The Eastman House has also named Therese Mulligan curator of the photography collection.

Logical Operations has promoted Todd Jay Husted to vice president, business development. He joined the company in 1985 as a classroom instructor.

Enzo Faga Esq. has been named of counsel to Woods, Oviatt, Gilman, Sturman & Clarke LLP. Faga has more than 30 years of experience in private practice.

Robert Gamberdella has been named senior vice president for sales and marketing for the Upstate New York practice of Drake Beam Morin Inc. He will oversee the marketing and sales functions for Upstate New York, western Massachusetts and southern Vermont.

Jane Stets has been appointed admissions representative for Wesley-on- East. Prior to joining Wesley-on-East, Stets was with Borg Imaging Group.

Empire Mediation & Arbitration Inc. has announced that the Hon. Richard Rosenbloom has joined its panel of mediators and arbitrators. Judge Rosenbloom served as justice of the New York State Supreme Court from 1981 to 1994.


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