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  • Syracuse University names French acting director of athletics

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud has appointed Daniel French as the school’s acting director of athletics.

    Syverud has also promoted Herman Frazier to the position of senior deputy director of athletics, the school announced Thursday.

    The appointment and promotion follow the announcement that Mark Coyle left Syracuse to take over as director of athletics at the University of Minnesota.

     

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  • Arc of Onondaga names Centore new board president

    by Journal Staff


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Arc of Onondaga announced that long-time board member, Chris Centore, is the nonprofit’s new board president.
    He was sworn in at Arc’s recent annual membership meeting. Centore, who replaced Jim Cannon after his three-year term, has been a part of the Arc of Onondaga board for 17 years, serving the past eight in leadership roles, according to an Arc news release.


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  • People news: St. Joseph’s Foundation announces two new appointments

    by Journal Staff


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Foundation has announced two new appointments.

    Vincent J. Kuss has been appointed VP for development at the foundation. In this position, he leads the fundraising for foundation campaigns and projects, including the annual gala and the charity golf classic, as well as the hospital’s upcoming 150th anniversary in May 2019. Kuss oversees a team of four people at the foundation, according to a news release.

     

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  • Chemung Financial shareholders re-elect five board members

    by Journal Staff


    ELMIRA, N.Y. — Chemung Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: CHMG), the holding company of Chemung Canal Trust Company and CFS Group, Inc., announced that its shareholders recently re-elected five members to the company’s board of directors.

    Four directors were re-elected to three-year terms, including: Ronald M. Bentley, CEO of Chemung Canal Trust and Chemung Financial; Robert H. Dalrymple, secretary & VP of Dalrymple Gravel and Contracting; Clover M. Drinkwater, a partner in the law firm of Sayles & Evans; and Richard W. Swan, chairman of the board of Swan & Sons-Morss Co., Inc., according to a Chemung Financial news release.

    Kevin B. Tully, a partner in the regional accounting firm of Teal, Becker and Chiaramonte, CPA’s PC, was elected to a two-year term on the Chemung Financial board.

     

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  • People news: Kelberman Center names Tucker director of special projects

    by Journal Staff

     

    UTICA, N.Y. — The Kelberman Center, an affiliate of Upstate Cerebral Palsy, announced it has appointed Michael Tucker as director of special projects.

    Tucker, who has 20 years’ experience in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities, has served as a mentor at the Kansas Institute for Positive Behavior Support and coordinated the development of a Texas network for the national Association for Positive Behavior Support, according to a news release from the Kelberman Center.

     

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  • MICHAEL D. ALTIERI

    by Journal Staff

    BCA Architects & Engineers has named MICHAEL D. ALTIERI an associate of the firm. 

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  • BRANDON LOVETT

    by Journal Staff

    M3 Placement and Partnership has hired BRANDON LOVETT as senior account executive.

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  • Prudent Engineering

    by Journal Staff

    CHRISTOPHER CHAMBERS has joined Prudent Engineering as a survey technician in the East Syracuse office.

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  • CALEB RICHTER

    by Journal Staff

    CALEB RICHTER, a physician assistant, has joined Carthage Area Hospital’s Carthage Behavioral Health Clinic. 

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  • KATHRYN A. DONNELLY

    by Journal Staff

    Tully Rinckey PLLC announced that KATHRYN A. DONNELLY, an attorney with extensive military law and litigation experience, has joined the firm as an associate. 

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