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Business People for the week of April 17

Catholic Medical Partners named Barry Stelmach chief financial officer. Stelmach, who joined the network in 2008, holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University at Buffalo. Also, the network promoted Sarah Cotter to vice president, clinical transformation, and Paula Conti to director, clinical transformation. Cotter, who joined the network in 2006, received both her master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Boston University. Conti, with the network since 2009, earned her master’s degree from UB.

The Weinberg Campus board of directors named Robert T. Mayer president and CEO of the 100-acre elder-care complex in Getzville. Mayer served Weinberg Campus as vice president of finance and CFO since 1995. He has a bachelor’s degree from Canisius College and an MBA from the University of Rochester.

Phillips Lytle named Jennifer A. Beckage and Richard J. Marinaccio partners. Beckage and Marinaccio earned their JD degrees from the University at Buffalo School of Law and received their bachelor’s degree from UB.

Goldberg Segalla appointed Michael J. Gallagher a partner. Gallagher previously was assistant general counsel at Delaware North. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University at Buffalo and obtained his JD at UB School of Law.

M&T Bank promoted Karen L. Stuhlmiller to group vice president. Stuhlmiller has been with the bank for 16 years, most recently serving as administrative vice president. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University at Buffalo and an MBA from the University of Rochester.

Independent Health named Marc Krawiec senior deputy counsel. Krawiec was vice president, senior counsel with First Niagara. Krawiec received his bachelor’s degree from the University at Buffalo and his JD from the Boston University School of Law.

Jones Memorial Hospital appointed Jim Helms vice president of finance. Helms, a CPA, has been the hospital’s director of health information management/revenue cycle since 2013. He is a St. Bonaventure University graduate. He has served in the U.S. Army Reserves for 24 years and achieved the rank of command sergeant major.

UBMD Internal Medicine named Dr. Ellen Rich medical director of general internal medicine at the Youngs Road location. She received her doctorate and also completed her residency in internal medicine at the University of Rochester.

Gateway Longview named James F. Grande director of behavioral health clinic. Grande earned a bachelor’s degree from the University at Buffalo and a master’s degree from University of South Florida.

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation appointed Mark V. Mistretta capital facility manager 2 for the Niagara and Allegany regions of New York State Parks. Mistretta, a former corporate officer and principal at Wendel, received a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University.

The Food Bank of Western New York promoted Kelly O’Neil to marketing and development manager. O’Neil holds bachelor’s degree from the University at Buffalo.

Lumsden McCormick promoted Amanda Mooney to tax manager. Mooney, a CPA, holds a master’s degree from Daemen College.

Toshiba Business Solutions promoted Alison Pierce to sales manager in the Buffalo office. Pierce, who joined the company as an account executive in 2013, is a SUNY Buffalo State graduate.

19 IDEAS named Shehzadali Ismaily technical project manager and Vince Marcello a digital marketing analyst. Ismaily was previously with Local Edge. Also previously with Local Edge, Marcello graduated from SUNY Buffalo State.