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Bob King has joined D’Aurizio Law Offices to lead the criminal and litigation departments. He previously was a senior trial attorney in the special victims bureau of the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office.
 
E.J. Del Monte Corp. has hired Michelle Fishbaugh as project assistant. She will provide support to the project renovations team and engineering manager. Fishbaugh brings 15 years of experience to the role.
 
Episcopal SeniorLife Communities announces the following appointments: Rene Barnes, assistant administrator, Episcopal Church Home; Linda Hirt, vice president of clinical services, Episcopal SeniorLife Communities; Jennifer Ruffell, assistant director of nursing, Episcopal Church Home; Alison Miller, public relations/communications coordinator, Episcopal SeniorLife Communities; and Scott Ashley, volunteer coordinator, Episcopal SeniorLife Communities.
 
Broadstone Real Estate announces that Sean Cutt has been hired as a vice president of acquisitions. Chris Czarnecki has been promoted to vice president of capital markets, while Brandon Tones has been promoted to vice president of acquisitions. Gina Guzman has been promoted to vice president of portfolio management.
 
Optimation announces that Saorith Deng has joined its software team as a senior controls engineer. Deng has more than 15 years of electrical engineering and product development engineering experience.
 
M&T Bank has appointed Robert Cieslica Jr. as Rochester regional manager for business banking. Cieslica brings more than 11 years of experience to the role and most recently worked as a team leader and senior relationship manager for the business banking division.
 
TranSystems announces that Harvey Cohen has joined the company as a warehouse management business consultant. He brings more than 33 years of experience to the position.
 
MedAmerica announces the following new hires: Elizabeth Bowman and Jennifer Maslyn, administration specialists, claims department; Michael Cardarelli, compliance analyst; Ellen DiSano, communications and media coordinator; Marlis Krug, customer service specialist; and Kathleen Miller, administrative assistant, agent licensing and policy administration departments. Tricia Mooneyhan has been promoted to director of marketing and communications.
 
Segar & Sciortino has added Jason Espinosa as an associate for Social Security disability matters. Jennifer Lunsford has joined the firm as an associate focusing on personal injury cases.
 
Entre Computer Services announces that Brian King has joined the company as a senior application developer.
 
SWBR Architects & Engineers P.C. announces the addition of Liesel Schwarz as a sustainability planner. Schwarz will assist clients and community organizations in developing sustainability solutions and policies for building operation and maintenance.
 
Roberts Communications has hired Michelle Diehl as assistant account executive. Diehl will work with the service team on the Xerox Corp. account. She previously was with Kessler Restaurants.
 
Our Lady of Mercy High School has added Dana Whipple as assistant principal. Whipple most recently was head of school at the Montessori School of Rochester.
 
John Krolewski M.D. has been named chairman of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center. He had been professor of pathology and laboratory medicine.
 
Brad Roth has been appointed as a sales manager at Empire Financial Partners. He brings more than 30 years of experience to the role.
 
Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC announces that Louis Jim has joined the firm, concentrating his practice on litigation. Jim previously was a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Neal McCurn of the Northern District of New York.

5/18/12 (c) 2012 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email [email protected].

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