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M&T Bank announced the promotion of Kimberly A. McGinley from vice president administrative vice president. McGinley is currently manager of Cybersecurity Policy and Project Services. She will oversees the cybersecurity framework, as well as the evaluation of cybersecurity regulatory requirements, the development of cybersecurity policies and standards and awareness tr…

M&T Bank announced the promotion of William A. Kennelly to administrative vice president. Kennelly has been with M&T for 23 years, having most recently served as vice president. As a Senior Learning and Development Performance Consultant, Kennelly is responsible for the development of training program curriculum for divisions across the organization.

Plans for two inflatable sports domes behind The Summit — a mostly vacant Wheatfield shopping mall — have changed, and the owner will lose a tax break granted by the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency. Mall manager Cynthia Potts said Tuesday that owner Zoran Cocov decided to erect metal buildings instead of the inflatable domes because of security concer…

Independent Health has promoted Garrett Manhart to director, enterprise project delivery. In his new role, Manhart will be responsible for delivering the enterprise portfolio of prioritized projects, working with both project managers and business owners who collaboratively deliver successful projects to the organization.

Patrick Saladyga was hired as retirement plan advisor at Lawley. Saladya is a graduate of Canisius College and completed his Series 6 and 63 licenses.

Laura Cooley was hired as retirement plan advisor at Lawley. She is a graduate of the State University of New York completed her FINRA Series 7, 6 and 65 and 63 licenses as well as Life, Accident and Health license.

M&T Bank Corp. has named a former deputy director of the National Security Agency to its board of directors. Richard H. Ledgett Jr., a Maryland resident, spent 29 years with the NSA, including serving as its deputy director from January 2014 until his retirement last April. M&T said Ledgett has a total of four decades of experience in intelligence, cyber securi…

The Summit Federal Credit Union has hired Beth Cerminara as the Manager of its Delaware-Hertel Branch. Beth previously spent over nine years as the Assistant Branch Manager for Evans Bank, N.A.

HUNT Commercial Real Estate has announced the hiring of Alicia Wittman as the commercial operations manager for New York State. Wittman will be responsible for growing the Commercial Sales Organization within New York, as well as, implementing strategic initiatives that will continue to benefit the long-term goals of the business.

LeChase Construction Services, LLC announced the addition of William B. Silvis III as a senior project manager in its Buffalo office. Silvis will manage, develop, maintain and oversee all functions of assigned projects at the preconstruction, construction and post-construction phases.

Augustin Ramirez was promoted to director of global digital customer experience at Rich Products. Ramirez is responsible for defining enterprise digital strategy to engage customers and consumers, collaborate with regional business and marketing leaders to recommend digital best practices and activation plans based on global priorities and local opportunities.

Ryan Trapper was promoted to treasurer at Rich Products. Trapper has the primary accountability for developing Rich’s global finance and cash management strategies, in addition to a leadership role overseeing our risk management procedures.

Sabrina Huddy was promoted to vice president of international finance at Rich Products. Huddy will work closely with the international regional finance leads to ensure a clear understanding of key deliverables and also work closely with international business units, finance leads and HR to develop and improve financial talent and processes in the local markets.

Lynne McFarland was promoted to vice president, communication and associate engagement at Rich Products. McFarland will lead Rich's global culture, engagement strategies, and programming to ensure two-way dialogue with its associates around the world. She will also provide communication counsel in support of the region’s strategic priorities including major initiatives.

Mike Welker was promoted to vice president, engineering at Rich Products. Welker is responsible for leading the engineering and the environmental, health and safety teams for Rich's U.S. Canada (USC) Region.