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He puts the joy in design

Charles Cerankowsky

If you look around Rochester, it is not hard to find signs of Chuck Cerankosky’s influence. In the last decade he has helped to bring new dining experiences to the area, all filtered through a specific lens and his first ...

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Iglewski focuses on organic growth

On the horizon for KeyBank’s presence in Western New York are goals of expansion, philanthropy and tapping into a market ripe for a revitalization. From the acquisition of long-standing private banking staple First Niagara in late July 2016 to the ...

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Profile: GRAWA president has full agenda

Jodie L. Ryan’s plans as the new president of the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys include revamping the judicial candidate evaluation process, planning for the group’s 35th anniversary, and possibly creating a foundation arm of the organization. Ryan, of ...

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Profile: Continuing to fight injustice

Whether taking a stand against the state Education Department or devoting time to helping impoverished children in Kenya, William Cala is driven by a simple idea. “I cannot stomach knowing there is an injustice,” says Cala, 68, retired superintendent of ...

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