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Midwest transplant helping to improve well-being of Rochester-area folks (access required)

Matt Kuhlenbeck came from humble beginnings. At 16, his first job was working as a fry cook at McDonalds. Throughout college he built houses and worked steel, a field he loved. Now, at 41, he oversees a $250 million endowment as president and CEO of the Greater Rochester Health Foundation. Prior to joining GRHF in January ...

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