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Serving justice with
a sense of balance

The witness recalled it clearly: The priest–that white-bearded man over there waving from the defense table–talked to him about paying $150,000 in cash to buy a Florida home. Father Pat Moloney was on trial charged with conspiring to dispose of ...

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Stephen Donner:
The Amerks chief’s big-time commitment to his hometown

Stephen Donner’s office in the Rochester Community War Memorial is as modest as the man who occupies it. There are no Picassos on the wall and no gaudy diamonds on Donner’s fingers. The desk used by the president and CEO ...

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Joseph Lobozzo:
No ordinary Joe in optics field

With characteristic vigor, Joseph Lobozzo was pumping away on his stair-stepper during a recent conference call to Hong Kong. “I said, “If you hear me breathing hard, don’t misconstrue it,”’ the 52- year-old dynamo chuckles. Doing at least two things ...

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Edward Radin: A leader who taps individuals’ strengths

Legend has it the managing partner of a top local law firm described his job this way: “It’s like being the only fire hydrant in a room with a whole lot of dogs.” But it would take more than stories ...

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Low-key leadership for the Urban League

William Clark, president and CEO of the Urban League of Rochester Inc., shifts in his seat, glancing around the modest conference room. The small room on the fourth floor of the Urban League’s North Clinton Avenue headquarters has a slightly ...

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The shared values
of Cook Miller

The point is not to encourage employees to join the circus but to teach them how to mentor. Mentoring is just one piece of the training that the employee owners of S&W are undergoing as they work with Cook Miller ...

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James LeBeau:
Event manager and Frontier Field director

James LeBeau, director of Frontier Field, riffles through his desk, opening and closing drawers. He is looking for a copy of his resume, a search for which he several times has interrupted a 1/ -hour, high-energy monologue in which he ...

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PAUL WETTENHALL Position: Founder and president, QSoft Solutions Corp. Age: 43 Past positions: Chief operating officer, Microlytics Inc. and SelecTronics Inc.; held various marketing and finance posts during a 13-year tenure at Xerox Corp. Education: Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, ...

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Paul Wetenhall:
The odyssey of a software entrepreneur

The thin black box Paul Wetenhall fishes out of his desk–an electronic Bible, it turns out–hardly looks like a business’ bane. Wetenhall can set you straight on that –and how. Having navigated the shoals of SelecTronics Inc.’s short-lived, stormy sail ...

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Dennis Richardson:
Bringing a whole new view to the hill

When Dennis Richardson’s predecessor arrived at Hillside Children’s Center in 1969, he was able to tour all of the agency’s facilities by the end of his first morning on the job. When Richardson stepped into the president and CEO’s shoes ...

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Stuart Mitchell: A passionate advocate for the rural poor

Stuart Mitchell still does not know what to make of the new competition for federal funds to aid migrant farm workers. In this year’s bidding for the U.S. Department of Labor money that undergirds the advocacy and training services of ...

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WILLIAM NOWLIN Position: Acting dean, College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology Age: 45 Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, SUNY’s Empire State College; master’s degree in public administration, SUNY College at Brockport; Ph.D. in higher education administration, State ...

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Helping RIT
hit it big

William Nowlin swears he did not plan it this way. Little did he know that this week’s picnic–an annual event for Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Business–would fall just one day after the Sept. 18 issue of U.S. News ...

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Gil Cooper: A career built on catching the bad guys

OK, let’s get this out of the way up front: Being an FBI agent ain’t glamorous. Not unless mounds of paperwork make you passionate. In fact, as Gil Cooper tells it, working for the FBI is a lot like working ...

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Bruce Bates:
A rock of stability in turbulent times

To find out how it feels to be a big- time stockbroker hooked into a Wall Street heavyweight house in a town packed with local, independent investment firms, don’t talk to Bruce Bates. Bates is big time–a senior vice president ...

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