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More about Best Lawyers® and Woodward/White Inc.

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Methodology for Best Lawyers®

This list is excerpted from the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, the pre-eminent referral guide to the legal profession in the United States. Published since 1983, Best Lawyers lists attorneys in 140 specialties, representing all 50 states, ...

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Best Lawyers® in Rochester — 2016 Edition

Important business and personal matters require superior legal representation. Best Lawyers in Rochester can help you obtain the legal representation you need. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. For more than a ...

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A knack for consistency and customer focus

In the early 1980s, the “L” of B&L Supply, Tom Ludlum, was close to 70 years old and eyeing retirement. Ludlum had founded the roofing and siding supplier in 1950 with Frank Baumer; as the firm’s sole remaining partner, he ...

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Hardworking entrepreneurs built Rochester

2001  John Jacob Bausch and Henry Lomb, who co-founded global eye-care leader Bausch & Lomb Inc.;  Chester Carlson, whose revolutionary invention launched Xerox Corp.;  George Eastman, who built Eastman Kodak Co., one of the most recognizable brands in the world; ...

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An eye on longevity at Parlec, Century Mold

Machining and tooling has been part of Michael Nuccitelli’s life from the start. “I grew up around a machine shop and a tool-maker type of family and worked for the machining and machine shop at a very young age,” he ...

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He led G.W. Lisk by example, with hard work

Driven by a passion for precision and a commitment to fair play: That is how colleagues remember Isaac Andrew “Drew” Morris, the Clifton Springs industrialist who led G.W. Lisk Co. Inc. from turbulent times following the Great Depression to its ...

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New JA strategy will have even greater reach

Junior Achievement of Rochester, New York Area Inc. is on a roll. JA is revitalizing middle and high school programs with more digital content and blended learning opportunities, says JA president and CEO Patricia Leva. And it’s offering even more ...

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Volunteers cherish time inspiring kids in class

Andrew Brady, president and CEO, the XLR8 Team Inc. Years as a JA volunteer: 3 Where: Schools 23, 35 and 39; Leadership Academy for Young Men; Charlotte High School What I’ve learned: Giving young people permission to dream and open ...

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Mark IV’s next-generation leaders look to the future

Construction sites were their playground, their hands-on education and their deep-rooted passion. “I was always fascinated by all of the heavy equipment and all the construction,” said Chief Operating Officer Steven DiMarzo, who with his brother, President Christopher DiMarzo, helps ...

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Company has made its mark over half-century

Mark IV Enterprises Inc. has its roots in the grocery business—specifically, in DiMarzo’s Superette, the grocery store Mark IV founder and CEO Anthony DiMarzo’s parents used to own. DiMarzo’s family started acquiring rental properties around the market on Rochester’s west ...

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A mission to provide alternative education

Rochester area parents know what they want when it comes to their children’s education: Of the state’s 233 charter schools, Monroe County is home to 13, with a 14th to open in the fall. By comparison, Syracuse, considered the central ...

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Inside the 11th edition of the Report Card

Welcome to the 11th edition of the Rochester Business Journal Schools Report Card. This examination of area schools has changed in a number of ways since it debuted in 2005. At first, the Report Card examined only Monroe County schools. ...

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RBJ Schools Report Card: Ontario County private schools

Calvary Chapel Christian School 1777 Route 332, Farmington N.Y. 14425 (585) 398-2218 www.ccfingerlakes.org Principal: Mark Leckie Enrollment:    55 Grades taught:    K-8 Coed:    Yes Median teacher salary:    NA Median years of teaching:    NA Yearly tuition:    NA Staff:    Teachers:    7    ...

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