Lockport Savings Bank has made several appointments. Sheryl J. Murphy has been named assistant vice president and manager of the new branch in Orchard Park. Pamela Melton-Owens has been promoted to manager of the Medina branch, while Nina G. Cimato has been named manager of the North Buffalo location.
FirstView, a national instructional TV screening conference, has named Anthony P. Buttino recipient of the national Douglas Bodwell Award. He is executive producer at WNED-TV/Ch. 17.
Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle's Buffalo office has appointed Kimberly A. Ferris and David W. Olson to its Litigation Practice Group. Ms. Ferris concentrates her practice in the areas of white-collar criminal defense and Olson concentrates on civil litigation defense.
Eberl Iron Works, a metal fabrication firm at 128 Sycamore St., has appointed Nora E. Eberl controller and human resource officer.
Hibbard Engineers in Niagara Falls has named Warren P. Wadman chief engineer.
KeyBank has named Molly L. Herud assistant vice president for its Private Banking Division, responsible for the Kenmore, North Buffalo and Snyder markets.
Niagara Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau has appointed Nadine Kneeppel of Ransomville assistant tourism manager.
Softrek, the Getzville maker of Oracle-based fund-raising software, has appointed John Schultz account manager in the sales department.
Brisbane Consulting Group Inc., a Buffalo management consulting and computer technology firm, has named Jodi J. Perdziak staff consultant in its computer technology services group.
Prudential's Michael Anastasia has been named to the Million Dollar Round Table. Membership is based on excellence in customer sales and service in the life insurance industry.
Natural Environmental Inc., a Buffalo waste company, has named Jeffrey P. Lehrbach chief financial officer.
Taylor-Pohlman Inc., a V-process aluminum casting firm in Orchard Park, has hired Michael E. Looker as controller.