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On the Record: Aug. 17, 2016

Hires/Honors/Promotions

Meals on Wheels for Western New York appointed LaTonya Diggs to its board of directors. Diggs is the DSRIP Project Manager at Millennium Collaborative Care PPS, where she focuses on Community Crisis Stabilization. She has nearly 25 years of experience in the health care and human services industries.

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Lumsden McCormick announced Christine Proulx joined the firm as an administrative assistant. Proulx graduated from the University at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and social science. She will be responsible for the administrative processing of financial statements, proposal documentation, tax return filing and clerical services for its business valuation division.

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Paul Muldoon and Amy Thompson were promoted to principal of Freed Maxick ABL Services LLC.

Company Connections

44 Communication Design, a Hamburg-based marketing communications company, assisted RP Oak Hill Building Company Inc. with rebranding their image, to signify the recent implementation of its Employee Stock Ownership Plan. 44 Communication Design created a new company logo to distinguish RP Oak Hill as an employee-owned company and to better reflect it as a general contracting and construction management company.

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FB Displays & Designs, Inc., a display and graphic design company in Williamsville, has been working on several projects for the University at Buffalo. The most recent being a new display for UB Student Engagement. This display consists of large mural wall, retractable banners and branded table covers that highlight the student engagement program and UBLinked.

Contributing

The University at Buffalo School of Nursing received two grants totaling nearly $2.2 million from the Health Resources and Services Administration. The funds will allow the school to hire two primary care nurse practitioners to serve in rural and underserved areas within Western New York, and will support 23 students pursing a doctor of nursing practice degree with grants of up to $20,000.

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