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On the Record / March 29, 2011


Inergex Incorporated, a Buffalo-based professional IT services company, named David Sutton a service desk analyst on the HealthNow account. Sutton has a certificate in computer network administration from Trocaire College and is currently working on a bachelor's degree from Buffalo State College. He previously was an IT technician and a master control operator at the Western New York Public Broadcasting Association.

Hodgson Russ attorneys Mark S. Klein and Joshua K. Lawrence, and Jack Trachtenberg, New York State's taxpayer rights advocate and a former Hodgson Russ attorney, co-authored "New York Sales and Use Tax Answer Book." The guidebook, written primarily for tax practitioners, was published by CCH, a publisher of tax and accounting materials for professionals.

The Home Improvement Council of Western New York, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1963 to improve the image of the remodeling industry, presented the following awards: 2010 Sam Calabrese Award, Tom Neth, Neth and Son; Bernard Kleiman Award, Bill Burg, Alside Supply; and Hal Goldblatt Award, Kevin Zent, Joe Basil Chevrolet, commercial trucks.

HoganWillig, a law firm with offices in Amherst, Buffalo, Lockport, Lewiston and New York City, announced that associates Emily M. Cobb, Daniel D. Day, Katherine V. Markel and Jeffrey B. Novak were admitted to the New York State Bar.


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ITT Enidine, Orchard Park, was awarded a $149,749 federal contract for tractors from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Columbus, Ohio.

Luminescent Systems, East Aurora, was awarded a $62,694 federal contract for light transmitting indicating panels from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Richmond, Va.

Moog Inc., East Aurora, was awarded a $15,578 federal contract and a $11,251 federal contract for aircraft components and accessories, and a $690,155 federal contract for valves from the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla.

Scipar Inc., Williamsville, was awarded a $42,230 federal contract for alarm annunciators from the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md.

Moog Inc., East Aurora, was awarded a $392,128 federal contract for aircraft electrical unit assemblies from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Philadelphia.



The Bon-Ton Stores in Buffalo raised $306 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Buffalo through the sale of plush snowmen. In its eighth year, the Bon-Ton Stores promotion has raised more than $900,000 companywide for local Boys and Girls Club through fundraising events. The snowmen were sold throughout November and December.



Title: "Optical package comprising an adjustable lens component coupled to a multi-directional lens flexure"

No.: 7,898,752

Inventors: Gregorski, Steven Joseph (Painted Post); Hammond, Matthew Patrick (Boston, Mass.)

Assignee: Corning Inc. (Corning)

Date issued: March 1, 2011

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