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On the Record / Sept. 18, 2013


SweetWorks appointed Larry Schiavone production scheduler. Schiavone previously was a senior planning analyst at Goodyear Dunlop Tires North America in the Town of Tonawanda. He is a University at Buffalo graduate.


Nichols School appointed to its board of trustees: Alan Elia, president and chief executive officer of Sevenson Environmental Services; Steve Foley, a trial lawyer at Paul William Beltz; Amy Blum Houston, managing director of management assistance/human capital at the Robin Hood Foundation in New York City; Marsha Koelmel, a board member of Everywoman Opportunity Center and a board member of Wider Opportunities for Women; and Scott Weber, vice provost and dean of undergraduate education at the University at Buffalo.

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ABEL Medical Software is adopting the Electronic Health Record Developer Code of Conduct introduced by the Electronic Health Record Association. The objective is to establish, promote and uphold standards of practice that reflect the industry’s commitment to support safe health care delivery, foster continued innovation and operate with high integrity.


Hunt Real Estate ERA’s Wheatfield branch held a groundbreaking ceremony recently at a new office going up at 3070 Niagara Falls Blvd. The office has 30 licensed real estate agents.


Title: Systems and methods for gas separation using high-speed induction motors with centrifugal compressors

No.: 8,529,665

Inventors: Manning, Michael S. (Buffalo); Rosinski, Andrew C. (Orchard Park); O’Connor, Gerald Thomas (West Seneca); Belanger, Paul William (Clarence Center)

Assignee: Praxair Technology (Danbury, Conn.)

Date issued: Sept. 10, 2013

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