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‘Lawyer for the little guy’ (access required)

Bryan Hetherington of Rochester is head of litigation at Empire Justic Center

Look closely into almost any major social justice issue facing the Rochester community during the past four decades and one name will pop up again and again — Bryan D. Hetherington. As he approaches retirement in the fall, the Empire ...

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A life of care with Mary Berk (access required)

Mary Berk

Life has few experiences more daunting than watching a loved one slip into the throes of dementia or become immobile after an accident. Caregivers must be there to oversee the minutiae of that person’s daily life. It’s a thankless and ...

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Jason Barrett and the spirit(s) of Rochester (access required)

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a story more “Rochesterian” than that of Black Button Distilling founder Jason Barrett. It’s a story of industrialism, perseverance, proud family legacies and forging one’s own path. Barrett’s story, or at least his family’s, begins ...

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Tom Matthews leaves a legacy of leadership at SUNY Geneseo (access required)

Tom Matthews (Photo by Keith Walters)

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Thirty-eight thousand. That’s a conservative estimate of how many workshops in leadership that SUNY Geneseo students have taken under Tom Matthews’ direction. The founder of the Geneseo Opportunities for Leadership Development program, or GOLD, Matthews knows that number because he ...

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