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On the Record / Jan. 26, 2011

>Hires/Promotions/Honors

Greatbatch Inc., a Clarence-based electronics manufacturer, appointed Michelle Graham senior vice president, human resources. Graham was previously vice president, human resources, Global Vision Care at Bausch & Lomb.

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WCA Hospital of Jamestown named Debra Arndt a midwife in its Maternity Care Center. Arndt will see patients at Lane Women's Health Group, located at 400 Foote Ave., collaborating with Dr. Nancy Allen and Dr. Robert Daniels.

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The New York Solar Energy Industries Association, the trade association representing the New York solar energy industry, named Victoria Hollick of Toronto secretary for a one-year term. Hollick is principal at Conserval Systems, Buffalo, the company that invented and commercialized solar air heating around the globe with its "SolarWall" technology.

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Strauss & Co. of San Francisco named Dan Suffoletta vice president in the human resources department. Suffoletta is a Western New York native and graduate of West Seneca High School.

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>Company items

* Moog Inc., East Aurora, was awarded a $612,250 federal contract and a $566,250 federal contract for the modification of motional transducers and a $13,743 federal contract for alignment check tools from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Philadelphia.

* Saint-Gobain Advanced Ceramics, Niagara Falls, was awarded a $50,406 federal contract for supplemental armors from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Richmond, Va.

* Ensil Technical Services, Lewiston, was awarded a $40,700 federal contract for back plane assemblies from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Columbus, Ohio.

* Donald Braasch Construction, Lake View, was awarded a $62,044 federal contract and a $8,500 federal contract for stream bank stabilization work from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service, Syracuse. Place of performance will be in Town of Boston.

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>Contributing

Meals on Wheels for Western New York recently received $2,500 from the Robert J. and Martha B. Fierle Foundation and $1,000 from the Hahn Family Foundation.

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>Patents

Title: "Single use ink cup holder and hand tray"

No.: 7,870,951

Inventor: Orsi, Mark Anthony (Youngstown)

Date issued: Jan. 18, 2011

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