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Leader at Lifetime Assistance wins praise for vision, work ethic (access required)

  Perhaps it was his upbringing or his schooling, or it may have been his bewilderment at the age of 18 at having to accompany patients to electroshock therapy, but something early in James Branciforte’s career stirred in him a desire to help others. “The first job I had in (human services) was as a front line ...

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