Robert C. Enos, owner of Hoy Funeral Home in West Seneca, was installed as president of the New York State Funeral Directors Association at the organization’s annual convention in Verona. A New York State-licensed funeral director since 1974, Enos will serve for the 2014-15 term. He previously served as the association president-elect for 2013-14 and secretary/treasurer for 2011-12.
Founder and president of Friends of Schoolhouse #8, Richard L. Taczkowski, recently accepted a “Restoration and Community Engagement” award from Preservation Buffalo Niagara. Taczkowski spearheaded efforts to save and restore a one-room schoolhouse near the hamlet of Lawtons, later relocated into the village of North Collins.
Niagara Career and Technical Education Center automotive technology teacher Jasper Adams was named to Automotive Service Excellence’s inaugural class of Instructors of the Year. Adams, who has taught at Orleans/Niagara BOCES for 22 years, was recently honored along with nine other recipients at the ASE Industry Education Alliance Instructor Training Conference in Indianapolis.
Sonwil Distribution Center received a British Retail Consortium global standard certification for storage and distribution at a second area location. The standard was introduced in 2006 to offer logistics/warehouse providers and distributors a universally recognized benchmark for service and process excellence.
Sports Plus Physical Therapy, a new member of Batavia’s Business Improvement District, will celebrate the grand opening of its new building at 5 Alva Place in Batavia from 3 to 7 p.m. next Thursday. The building has undergone extensive renovation.
MVP Network Consulting, Buffalo, was awarded a $6,951 federal contract for monitors from the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command, Keyport, Wash.
Title: Weight compensating shock isolator assembly
Inventors: Ruan, Shubin (Williamsville); Kelly, Jeffrey T. (Orchard Park)
Assignee: ITT Manufacturing Enterprises (Wilmington, Del.)
Date issued: Aug, 5, 2014