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On the Record / June 18, 2010


M&T Bank appointed Peter J. Munich a wealth adviser in the M&T Investment Group in the Buffalo region. Munich has 15 years' experience in the financial services industry. A Rochester Institute of Technology graduate, he earned his MBA from Canisius College.

The Hauptman-Woodward Medical Institute elected Emily Constantine-Doren, an environmental scientist at Ecology and Environment, to its board of directors.

Phillips Lytle partner Robert M. Greene was presented the 2010 St. Thomas More Award at the St. Thomas More Guild's annual luncheon recently. This award is given annually to an attorney who demonstrates a balance between commitment to the law and commitment to the principles of the Catholic faith. The St. Thomas More Guild is an association of Catholic lawyers supporting Catholic lawyers in applying their faith to the challenges of professional and personal life.

Malcolm Pirnie, an environmental consulting firm with offices nationwide, named Mark L. Lenz a senior associate. Working from the firm's Buffalo and Rochester offices, Lenz manages the delivery of drinking water and wastewater services to municipal clients. He has more than 15 years in the engineering industry and received undergraduate and master's degrees from Cornell University and a professional certificate in geomatics from Rutgers University.


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Carleton Technologies, Orchard Park, was awarded a $295,552 federal contract for oxygen bottle assemblies and a $295,552 contract for 7R spare parts from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Philadelphia.

Ensil Technical Services, Lewiston, was awarded a $50,500 federal contract for electrical and electronic equipment components from the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, and a $189,000 federal contract modification for electrical and electronic equipment components from the U.S. Marine Corps, Albany, Ga.

Moog Inc., Aurora, was awarded a $3,260,366 federal contract for electro-actuators from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command.

Richards Machine Tool Co., Lancaster, was awarded a federal contract valued at up to $1,132,500 for guns up to 30 mm from the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Rock Island, Ill.

SKF USA, Falconer, was awarded a $117,271.50 federal contract for duplex ball bearings from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Richmond, Vir.

Vehicle Services, Falconer, was awarded a $12,200 federal contract for vehicle rental under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act from the U.S. Forest Service, Atlanta. Place of performance will be at Allegheny National Forest, Warren, Pa.

Zoladz Construction Co., Alden, was awarded a $2,639,612 federal contract for the repair of the Buffalo Confined Disposal Facility 4 from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo.

C.J. Drew Contracting, West Seneca, was awarded a $252,002 federal contract for the installation of eye washes and mixing valves from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Western New York Health Care System, Buffalo.



Representatives from Campanella Orthotics and Prosthetics of North Buffalo and Amherst, along with Zepur Karamanoukian of the Vein Treatment Center of Amherst and Appaloosa Productions President Stan Coleman of Buffalo, presented 250 toddler-size shoes courtesy of Arthur Hook of Hook's Shoes of Amherst and West Seneca to the Mai Tam Orphanage in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.



Title: "Mounting bracket for column assembly"

No.: 7,721,507

Inventors: Almeter, Carl (East Amherst); Miller, Les (Ligoneir, Ind.); Miller, Dave (Middlebury, Ind.)

Assignee: Architectural Composite Technologies (Elkhart, Ind.)

Date issued: May 25, 2010


Title: "Article of jewelry and method of manufacture"

No.: 7,721,784

Inventors: Lehmann, Todd Philip (East Aurora); Warren, Malcolm (Corfu)

Date issued: May 25, 2010

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