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On the Record / Dec. 24, 2013


Susan Felsenfeld has joined the clinical faculty of the Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic at the University at Buffalo. Felsenfeld was an associate professor at Southern Connecticut State University and a clinical assistant professor at Yale University’s Child Study Center.


Damon Morey partner Beth Ann Bivona was elected to the Upstate New York Turnaround Management Association’s board of directors. Additionally, Bivona is serving on the Programs Committee, where she is assisting in the planning of regional TMA events. She previously sat on TMA’s advisory board.


The Buffalo & Erie County Public Library appointed Frank Housh to its board of trustees for a five-year term. Housh is the principal of the Housh Law Offices, a law firm based in Buffalo.

Company Connections

Solar Liberty was ranked No. 78 by Solar Power World, an industry trade publication, on its 2013 Top 250 Solar Contractors list. The list ranks applicants according to influence in the residential, commercial and utility solar-installation markets. In 2012, Solar Liberty installed 4.4 megawatts of solar power with a cumulative total of 15 megawatts to date. On Solar Power World’s Top 50 commercial contractors list, Solar Liberty ranked number 33.


Resource Center, Jamestown, was awarded a $42,005 federal contract and a $32,164 federal contract for individual first-aid kits for the U.S. Marine Corps from the Defense Logistics Agency’s Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia.


Buffalo Pumps, North Tonawanda, was awarded a $30,000 federal contract for the repair of centrifugal pumps from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Mechanicsburg, Pa.


Moog Inc., East Aurora, was awarded a $1,086,647 federal contract for vehicular equipment components from the Defense Logistics Agency, Columbus, Ohio.


RealtyUSA.com and First Priority Mortgage recently held the annual “Gateway Angel” holiday collection. The realtors and mortgage professionals collected gifts for more than 85 “Angels” for the youths at Gateway-Longview.


Title: Centrifugal compressor diffuser vanelet

No.: 8,602,728

Inventors: Swiatek, Chester V. (Williamsville); Grigoriev, Mikhail (East Amherst); Hitt, James (Lancaster); Blair Jr., Noel (Grand Island)

Assignee: Cameron International Corp. (Houston)

Date issued: Dec. 10, 2013

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