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Michael Fabiaschi Title: President and CEO, LPA Software Inc. Age: 43 Family: Wife, Debra; daughters, Sarah, 20, and Abagail, 18 Home: Perinton Education: B.S. in accounting, Fairfield University, Connecticut, 1977 Interests: college basketball, physical fitness, reading, travel, software Quote: “I ...

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Joseph Rulison: Building assets
for his clients and the community

Anyone who walks into Joseph Rulison’s office on the 23rd floor of the Chase Tower immediately gets an eyeful of one of his passions. Framed photos of the CEO and his friends meeting luminaries of the Republican Party cluster on ...

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Joseph Rulison Title: President and CEO, Rulison & Co. Age: 42 Family: Wife, Karen; daughters, Libby, 15; Mallorie, 13; Morgan 10; and Abby, 5. Home: Brighton Education: B.A. in political science, St. John Fisher College, 1978 Interests: Family, politics and ...

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Matthew Fusco:
Putting social-activist principles into practice

Matthew Fusco seems to be having his cake and eating it, too. A partner at Chamberlain, D’Amanda, Oppenheimer & Greenfield, he practices a brand of law more often associated with storefront crusaders than with partners of a mainline firm. A ...

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Matthew Fusco Position: Partner, Chamberlain, D’Amanda, Oppenheimer & Greenfield Age: 50 Education: B.A. in English literature, Denison University, 1970; J.D., SUNY at Buffalo, 1986 Family: Wife, Peggy; children, Katherine, 17; Emily, 14 Non-work pursuits: Gardening, cross-country skiing Quote: “The great ...

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Eric Johnson:
A business owner with a taste for success

When Eric Johnson started working part-time in the family business at the age of 8, he told his father, “We’re going to give people their money’s worth.” Johnson went to work on the assembly line at Johnson Products Co., a ...

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Eric Johnson Position: President and CEO, Baldwin Richardson Foods Co. Age: 47 Education: B.A. in management/finance, Babson College, 1972; MBA in marketing, University of Chicago, 1977 Family: Wife, Pamela; Children, Lecretia, 26; Erin, 18; Cara, 17; John, 12 Hobbies: Golf, ...

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Bringing more than bread into the community

Suzy O’Donovan wanted Montana Mills to be a community baker, not merely a bread store. That means being a part of each town or village in which the company does business. Montana Mills donates all bread unsold after 24 hours ...

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Eugene O’Donovan Title: President, Montana Mills Bread Co. Education: Bachelor’s degree in business studies, 1980; master’s degree in accounting, 1981, University College Dublin Interests: Golf, family, skiing, current affairs Family: Wife and business partner Suzy; daughter Bridie, 2 1/2 Residence: ...

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Suzy O’Donovan Title: Vice president, Montana Mills Bread Co. Education: B.S. in accounting and finance, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1986 Family: Husband and business partner Eugene; daughter, Bridie, 2 1/2 Interests: Tennis, skiing, spending time with her daughter Quote: ...

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Barbara Jones:
A streetbanker who excels at building trust

Barbara Jones lives by her word. A reputation for integrity is an asset for any banker, but for Jones, who is reaching out to people traditionally overlooked by financial services, it is a necessity. As an African-American woman, Jones automatically ...

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Barbara Jones Title: Vice president and regional manager for the Community Development Group, Chase Manhattan Bank Age: 48 Education: B.A. in history and black and Puerto Rican studies, Hunter College, 1972; MBA in finance, New York University, 1985; certificate in ...

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Arthur Vitoch Position: Owner, Vitoch Interiors Ltd. Age: 51 Family: Single Education: Rochester Institute of Technology, B.A. in fine arts, 1969 Hobbies: Traveling, cooking and painting Quote: “Do the best you can, with integrity. Give people the best service and ...

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Arthur Vitoch:
A flourishing business created by design

“I don’t want it to look like Arthur Vitoch was here,” the decorator says of his work. “It’s the client’s personality (the work) has to reflect, not Arthur Vitoch.” Unlike an artist, a decorator should not leave signature marks after ...

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