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Info Advantage Inc. announces that Todd Glick has been promoted to project manager for the field services group. Glick will be responsible for the daily support of the company’s corporate clientele as well as management of several engineers and technicians. He has been with the company for more than five years. Steve Daily has been promoted to support manager for the IT support team. He will oversee the daily management of the support team for the LeChase Cos. account. Daily has been with the company for more than four years.

Thomas Marullo has been named vice president of professional services for the Meals On Wheels Association of America in Rochester. Marullo will work to ensure that members receive superior training, course work and professional development at the organization’s annual conference and trade expo, and at regional and state conferences.

Frontier Abstract and Research Services Inc. has hired Timothy Mannion and Brendan Byrne as senior title examiners. Robert Knapp has been hired as an abstractor, while Timothy O’Sullivan also has joined the firm. Mannion brings 20 years of experience to the position, while Byrne has been in the title insurance industry for nearly 25 years. Knapp brings more than eight years’ experience to the post and O’Sullivan has more than 20 years of experience.

City Blue Imaging Services announces the hiring of Ann Johnson as customer service representative. Johnson will be responsible for overseeing the company’s color digital and offset printing customers.

Spencer Phillips and Gina Sickinger have joined the Rochester office of Nixon Peabody LLP. Phillips is a member of the firm’s labor and employment practice group, while Sickinger will be a member of the business practice group. Phillips previously was an attorney for the Empire Justice Center. Sickinger previously worked for Fulbright & Jaworski LLP.

Jay Advertising Inc. announces the following new hires and promotions: Chris Hajecki, broadcast traffic coordinator; Sarah Alexander, creative assistant/receptionist; Christine Matta, senior account executive; and Sean Magin, creative assistant/receptionist.

Mitchell Pierson Jr. Inc. Realtors has hired Tibor Guthin as an agent. He brings 37 years of sales and marketing experience to the firm. Norma Fennell has joined the company and brings 29 years of real estate and relocation experience. Grant Kirk has been hired as an agent and brings eight years of property management, new property development and residential sales experience to the position.

Avery Engineering & Land Surveying Associates has added Kip Finley to the firm. Finley will be responsible for business development, marketing and site engineering projects.

Mary Howard has joined Employee Relations Associates as sales consultant. Howard will be responsible for the expansion and development of business opportunities throughout Rochester and surrounding areas. She previously worked for WXXI Public Broadcasting Council.

The Hochstein School of Music and Dance has hired Sarah Freligh as development associate. She will be responsible for grant-writing/development and fund acquisition and identifying corporate, local, state/government and national funding sources.

United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. announces the following appointments: Mark Goodenough, manager of information technology and facilities; Joe Jopp, senior information technology associate; Dan Hoag, senior information technology associate; Francine DiTomaso, communications associate; and Clark King, senior major gifts associates.

Sandy Duell has been named nurse manager for the acute care for elders unit at Highland Hospital. Duell has 28 years of experience as a registered nurse.

Elliott Farmer has joined Town & Country Locksmiths Inc. to oversee customer service. He brings 12 years’ experience in carpentry and more than six years’ experience in sales to the position.

Pittsford Capital Wealth Management announces that Stephen Roehrig has been promoted to vice president of investment banking. Walter Ries has been promoted to senior financial consultant.

Flaherty Funding Corp. has opened a new branch office in Geneva and named Claudette Cooley as branch manager. Cooley brings more than 30 years of experience to the position.

The law firm of Modica & Associates announces the addition of Darla Sherrier as administrative assistant. In her new role, Sherrier will be responsible for client reception and performing day-to-day clerical duties. She brings 10 years’ experience to the position.

Allendale Columbia School announces the following new faculty appointments: Matthew Glavin, fourth-grade teacher; Jeff Lawlis, science chairman; John Lawrence, middle school English teacher; and Tobias Nitzsche, eighth-grade physics and algebra teacher.

American Rock Salt Co. LLC has promoted Greg Norris to the position of plant manager of mining operations at the Hampton Corners facility. Norris has been with the company five years and previously worked at Southdown Inc.

Advantage Professionals announces that Tammy Brei has been promoted to vice president of the firm’s financial contract staffing division. She has been with the company for nine years.

10/14/05 (C) Rochester Business Journal

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