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On the Record / January 9, 2007

Hires / Promotions / Honors

Rich Products Corp. promoted Eric Eynon, a CPA, to director of internal audit. Eynon, who joined the company's Finance Group in 1999 as a senior internal auditor, most recently served as manager of the Internal Audit Group. He is a University at Buffalo graduate.

The Buffalo law office of Feuerstein and Smith named Stephen E. Brooks an associate. A Fredonia State College graduate, Brooks previously practiced general law at the law firm of Brooks and Brooks in Little Valley.

Phillips Lytle attorneys Sharon Prise Azurin and Angela Zwirecki Miller recently made a presentation to the Bar Association of Erie County, Banking Law Committee titled, "The Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act and New York Agriculture and Markets Law."

Kevin Guest House of Buffalo appointed Cathleen M. Allen development specialist. Allen has more than 20 years of fundraising and management experience having been previously employed by the Niagara County Commission on the Status of Women, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Kevin Guest House, a hospitality house, offers affordable accommodations for patients, outpatients and their loved ones.


Company items

SKM Group was retained by NRD LLC, a global manufacturer of ionization sources for the home safety and industrial ionization markets, for integrated marketing services for a 2007 product launch.

Knight Industrial Supplies, Buffalo, was awarded a a contract valued at up to $81,000 for hot melt glue by the U.S. Department of Justice's Federal Prison Industries/UNICOR, Milan, Mich., for work to be performed in Coleman, Fla.; Erie Engineered Products, North Tonawanda, was awarded a $237,090 contract for containers, packaging and packing supplies by the U.S. Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia; Luminescent Systems, East Aurora, was awarded a $31,831 contract for miscellaneous services by the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala.; Enidine Inc., Orchard Park, was awarded a $374,999 contract for guns through 30mm by the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Rock Island, Ill.; and DRS EW and Network Systems, Buffalo, was awarded a $105,225 contract for radio-frequency assemblies by the U.S. Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Columbus McKinnon Corp., an Amherst-based designer, manufacturer and marketer of material handling products, retained Travers Collins and Co., a Buffalo marketing communications firm, to design a new corporate logo and tagline. The company's new corporate identity is being launched in conjunction with its participation in ProMat 2007, a North American trade show for material handling providers, being held at McCormick Place South in Chicago from Jan. 8 to Jan. 11.



Wilson Farms presented $41,922 to New York's Hospice programs including Hospice Buffalo, Hospice Chautauqua County, Niagara Hospice, Hospice of Central New York and Ontario Yates Hospice, raised through its customer-driven Sunflower Days promotion. Locally, $22,617 was raised for Hospice Buffalo in Erie County.



Title: "Thermal printing and cleaning assembly"

No.: 7,156,566

Inventors: Johnson, Jennifer (Middleport); Harrison, Daniel J. (Pittsford); Ventola, Jim (Buffalo); Marginean, Barry L. (Scottsville); Gambon, Dennis (Woodstock, Ga.)

Assignee: International Imaging Materials (Amherst)

Date issued: Jan. 2, 2007

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