Goldberg Segalla named Jamie L. Caldwell an associate in its Rochester office. She was supervising hearing attorney at the Special Funds Conservation Committee in Buffalo. Caldwell received her law degree from the University at Buffalo School of Law.
Meals on Wheels for Western New York appointed Todd Pohlman to its board of directors. Pohlman is the owner and president of J.H. Dodman Co., a meat processing company.
Niagara University associate professor of counseling Shannon J. Hodges was named head of the American Counseling Association’s International Committee for a three-year term.
Seneca Radiant Technology, a Western New York radiant panel manufacturing company, recently celebrated its grand opening. The facility currently has five employees, with more to be added within a year. Seneca Radiant Technology produces modular radiant panels constructed of a lightweight concrete mix held in a sturdy plastic tray made from recycled plastic. The 2006 modular panel design is the invention of Gary Hydock and provides a more efficient, cost-effective and convenient heating alternative for contractors and homeowners.
Agri-Business Brokerage Corp., an insurance agency based in East Aurora, recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with Merchants Insurance Group. The agency joined with Merchants in 1989 but has been in business since 1972.
Aurora Moog, Town of Aurora, was awarded a $1.2 million federal contract for Moog crossbows from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command, Point Mugu, Calif.
Network Task Group, a Buffalo-based communications company, will partner with WNY Flash & Sahlen Sports Park. The partnership will permit WNY Flash & Sahlen Sports Park to enhance its existing voice and data technologies through Network Task Group’s services.
Title: Externally gapped line arrester
Inventors: Woodworth, Jonathan Jay (Olean); Limburg, Deborah Lynn (Olean)
Date issued: April 29, 2014