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Crowley Webb and Associates, a Buffalo advertising, public relations and marketing communications agency, has named Sarah Jones of South Wales a production artist.

The Federation of Insurance and Corporate Counsel has elected Dan D. Kohane regional vice president. An attorney with Hurwitz & Fine, he also was appointed vice chair of the newly created Y2K section.

Wyoming County Bank has appointed Michael W. Williamson vice president and retail loan administrator.

BryLin Hospitals has appointed Donald Dauman clinical supervisor for its Williamsville Outpatient Center. A certified social worker and certified trainer in intensive psychiatric rehabilitation, he also serves as a field educator for the University at Buffalo School of Social Work.

Strippit Inc., an Akron manufacturer of sheet metal fabricating equipment and tooling, has named David Ruggerio sales engineer-machinery.

The Western New York Chapter of Financial Women International has named Deborah S. Class of Williamsville its 1998 Member of the Year. Ms. Class is an investment executive for six downtown Buffalo offices of M&T Securities.

Armstrong Brands Inc., a West Seneca manufacturer and supplier of molded foam packaging, has appointed Mark Pelgrin marketing manager for its Buffalo location.

American Locker Group Inc. in Jamestown has appointed Edward F. Ruttenberg chairman of the board and chief executive officer. Roy J. Glosser, president and chief operating officer, has received the additional position of treasurer, while Wayne L. Nelson has been appointed principal accounting officer.

Keane Inc., a software services company headquartered in Boston, Mass., has named Ann Marie Anthony manager of staffing and recruiting for its upstate New York branch in Buffalo.

The National Association of Social Workers has elected Hilary N. Weaver to its board of directors. She is an assistant professor at the School of Social Work, University at Buffalo.

The Prudential Insurance Co. of America selected Richard Vaughan to attend its national business conference in Orlando, Fla. He is an agent with Prudential's Greater Buffalo Agency in Amherst. Also, Michael Anastasia and Melvin Kurtz, Buffalo area agents, qualified for Prudential's annual Leaders' Conference in Bermuda, by being among the top 20 percent in the Prudential Preferred sales unit.

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