Friday November 19, 2004

Recipients of First Oswego County Forty Under 40 Announced

Event to promote 40 young and talented community people.
By Staff Writers

    A police officer from Pulaski, a village mayor, a nuclear senior emergency planner, a child care worker, a financial planner, attorneys and several business owners and professionals are part of the Oswego County?s next generation of leaders, according to Oswego County Business magazine.

    The magazine, which is organizing the ?Forty Under 40? event in Oswego County, has just finished compiling a list of 40 people in the community who are 39 years of age and younger and who have made a difference in the community.

    More than 60 nominations have been submitted to the magazine and members of a selection committee have evaluated each nomination.

    ?We?re thrilled with the response,? said Wagner Dotto, editor and publisher of Oswego County Business magazine. ?We had a great pool of young, talented people to choose from and that?s great. We?re very impressed with their credentials.?

    Forty Under 40 is the first event of its type in Oswego County. It?s designed to identify and promote younger people in the community.

    The event is sponsored by Operation Oswego County, The Workforce Development Board, Pathfinder Bank, OCNB, Oswego Health and Bond Schoeneck & King.

    Greg Mills, Barbara Bateman, L. Michael Treadwell, Nancy Bellow and Mary Avrakotos of SUNY Oswego served on the selection committee. Donna Benway of Oswego County Business magazine is coordinating the event.

    Selection was based on three criteria: professional accomplishments, civic leadership and achievements/awards.

    A breakfast meeting is scheduled for Dec. 17 at 8 a.m. at Springside at Seneca Manor. Recipients will receive a special plaque and will be the subject of a special December-January issue of Oswego County Business magazine, which should be published in mid December.

    For more information and tickets for the special breakfast tribute, call Donna Benway at 342-8020.

    The ?Forty Under 40? recipients are:

    Honorees (by first name):

    Allison Nelson

    Caraccioli & Associates

    Bill Greene Jr.

    Greene's Ale House & Oswego Sub Shop

    Christopher R. Paolini, P.E.

    CME Associates, Inc.

    Darci A. Baker

    Little Lukes Childcare Center

    Daun Burk


    Dawn Fernandez

    Oswego Hospital

    Diane Blasczienski

    Oswego County Opportunities

    Elliot Boyce

    New York State Police

    George Allen

    Northwestern Mutual

    Jennifer Hill

    Greater Oswego Chamber of Commerce

    Jennifer Kinzie-Middleton

    Hillside YFCF (Youth & Families Come First)

    Jessica Brosch


    Jim Dowd

    Pathfinder Bank

    Jodi Mullen, PhD, CPT-P

    Integrative Counseling Services, Inc.

    Karen Hammond

    Dowd's House of Flowers

    Kevin Gribbon

    Mayor of Village of Cleveland

    Kevin Slimmer

    Oswego County Catholic Charities

    Kevin Sutherland

    SUNY Oswego

    Lawrence Koss, MD

    Lifetime Health

    Linda Roll

    Oswego County Cornell Coop. Extension

    Matt Dawson

    Matt Seubert


    Matthew Chetney


    Maureen Curtin

    SUNY Oswego

    Maureen Quinlan

    Oswego County United Way

    Michael Paestella

    SUNY Oswego

    Nick Canale Jr.

    Canale's Restaurant

    Patrick Devendorf

    ARC of Oswego County

    Patrick Stella

    Oswego Health

    Peter K. Cullinan

    Entergy Nuclear Northeast

    Philip Church

    County of Oswego

    Richard A. Duvall

    Northern Oswego Co. Ambulance

    Robert Marshall Auler

    SUNY Oswego

    Scott J. DelConte, Esq.

    Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC

    Shannon White

    Operation Oswego County

    Susan Carey

    Friends of Oswego County Hospice

    Tara FitzGibbons

    Pathfinder Bank

    Thomas Yager

    Felix Schoeller Technical Papers, Inc.

    Timan Nekritz

    SUNY Oswego

    William Barclay

    New York State Assembly

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