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Canterbury Woods Continuing Care Retirement Community, 705 Renaissance Drive in Williamsville, named Robert Wallace president/CEO and executive director. Most recently, Wallace was vice president of health care services at Retirement Living Services. He holds a bachelor's degree from Geneseo State College and a master's from Brockport State College.

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Kolken and Kolken, Attorneys at Law, the successor firm to Sacks, Kolken & Schultz, with offices at Suite 101, 135 Delaware Ave., was recently formed by partners Robert D. Kolken and Matthew L. Kolken. The firm limits its practice to immigration and nationality law. Robert D. Kolken is a graduate of the University at Buffalo Law School. Matthew L. Kolken, is a graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Mich. Each had been partners at Sacks, Kolken & Schultz.

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The State Society on Aging of New York awarded Dr. Patricia Bomba its 2007 President's Award, honoring her as a leader who has made a significant contribution to the field of gerontology in New York state. Dr. Bomba, vice president and medical director of geriatrics for Univera Healthcare, is a board certified internist and geriatrician. At Univera, she leads quality-improvement activities that focus on advance care planning, palliative care, end-of-life care and pain management.

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The Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives named Brian J. Lipke, CEO of Gibraltar Industries, its 2007 Executive of the Year. Lipke will receive the award March 3.

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Cannon Design, an architectural, engineering and planning firm, named Kelly Hayes McAlonie, David Johnson, and Joseph A. Robins associate vice presidents. McAlonie has more than 13 years' experience in the planning and design of educational facilities. She is a graduate of Dalhousie University with a master's degree in architecture. With more than 13 years experience David A. Johnson has served as project designer for a wide range of campus building types, health care and government buildings. He holds a bachelors degree in architecture from Cornell University. Robins has more than 19 years experience in electrical engineering design for health care systems for various health facilities as well as educational and commercial projects. He holds an electrical engineering degree from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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The Buffalo office of Greenman-Pedersen, an engineering, planning and construction services firm, has restructured its Land Use Department. The firm named Clifford D. Krumm Jr. vice president/director of land use; William W. Tuyn director of town planning, and Robert J. Pidanick director of land development.

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Insyte Consulting consultant Philip Celotto received Lean Bronze Certification through the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, the Society for Manufacturing Excellence and the Shingo Prize.

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Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect owner Joy Kuebler received the 2007 KeyBank Small Business Award and the Most Unique Business Award, $1 to $5 Million in 2006 Revenue Category at the Buffalo Niagara Partnership's Honoring Excellence and Annual Report to Members luncheon.

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