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Harris Beach PLLC announces the hiring of Timothy Fitzgerald and Jordan Alaimo as partners, Sean McCabe as associate and Allyn Van Dusen as a paralegal.

USB Financial Services Inc. and Hamlin & Marshall Wealth Consulting announce the hiring of Andrea Hageman as a client service associate.

Harter Secrest & Emery LLP announces the hiring of Samantha Maurer as an associate in the litigation group. Glenn Schieck, an attorney in the immigration department, has been added to the board of directors at the Literacy Volunteers of Rochester.

The Glennon Law Firm PC announces the hiring of Benjamin Blasland and Khatereh Khozooei as paralegals.

Cobblestone Capital Advisors LLC announces the hiring of Gabe Chodak as relationship manager.

The Episcopal Diocese of Rochester announces that Stephen Richards has been named communications specialist.

MRB Group announces that Harrison Schutzer has been hired to support Rochester’s growing office.

City Blue Imaging Services announces that Gretchen Kuellertz has been hired as a customer service representative.

Tully Rinckey PLLC announces the addition of Christine Redfield as a senior associate.

Velocitii LLC announces the hiring of Ian Heslop as director of operations.

Ruston Paving Co. Inc. announces that Don Clark has been named president. Former president and CEO Mark Ruston will continue to serve as CEO.

Generations Bank announces the addition of Amy Favata as assistant vice president and controller.

Bergmann Associates PC announces the addition of Cash Bleier as an environmental scientist.

Sharp Notions LLC announces that Micaela Contente has been hired as a digital marketing analyst.

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