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Banner times. (Pulaski, N.Y.) 1985-1988, October 14, 1985, Image 2

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Page-2-Banner Times Monday, October 14,>1985. \ Named To Board Of Di Dr. James B. Fish Dr. James B. Fish and Mr. Roger W. White have recently been named to Key Bank of Northern New York N.A.V Board of Directors. The announcement was made by Edmund J.^Keane, Jr., President' and\ Chief Executive Officer of Key Bank Northern. Dr. James B. Fish, a prominent orthopedic surgeon associated with the North Country Orthopedic Group since 1961, was born in Bowling Green, Ohio. A graduate of Muskegon High , School, Michigan, Dr. Fish received both his pre-medical and medical degrees at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. While in college, Dr. Fish became affiliated with two honorary societies, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Fish served his in- ternship and residency at the University Hospital of Ann Arbor, and for two years was an officer in the army medical corps at Camp Lucas, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, one and one-half years of which were spent as post surgeon. Dr. Fish has formerly served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the House of the Good Samaritan, President of the Watertown Foundation, President of the ' House of the Good Samaritan Board of Trustees, President of the \Medical Staff at the House of the Good Samaritan; and Chairman of the Executive Mr. Roger W. White Committee of the Medical Staff of the House of the Good Samaritan. Dr. Fish is currently a member of the American Academy . of Orthopedic Surgery, an exclusive medical, fraternity with limited membership, and the Board of Trustees, of the Hospital Association of New York State. Dr. Fish and his wife, Jtuth have four children; John, Cynthia, Daniel and Steven. Mr. Roger W. White, a Watertown native, is President an C.E.O of G.W. Wiifce!ian#S8hs, Inc. Founded in Watertown in 1892, G.W. White and Sons has since expanded into Gouverneur and Pulaski. Mr. White was graduated from Vermont Acadejfty, fi. .prepi^i|tpry school located in Saxtohs\ River, Vermont. Mr. White and his ^iiife Mary Etta have five children; Bradford A.', Roger W., Jr., Sarah T. Cleaver, Harriet M., and Jonathan L. KeyCorp is an integrated financial services company, headquartered in Albany, providing a wide array of personal and corporate financially-related services through a network of 13 banks and 15 financial sub- sidiaries. With $6.5 billion in assets and over 350 offices, KeyCorp serves markets in' 11 different' states. New Teachers At APW There are new teachers this year at Williamstown Elementary School. Gil Federico Lopez is teaching music at both Williamstown and Altmar, as well as at Parish. Mr. Lopez graduated from the Crane School of Music, State University of Arts and Science at Potsdam in May, 1984, with a bachelor's degree in music. He graduated. from Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, with an associate in applied science degree in May, 1982. He previously taught elementary music at St. Daniel's School, Syracuse. Mr. Lopez's hometown is Liverpool. His parents are Alfred and Evelyn Lopez, and he. has two brothers, Alfred and Guy. Miss Cathy Ouderkirk, a native of Redfield, is teaching kin- dergarten at Williamstown Elementary School. Miss Ouderkirk who taught for seven years in the Beaver River Central School District has a bachelors degree in> .psychology and elementary education and a master's degree in elementary education from the State University College at Potsdam. Bicycling, cross-country skiing, cooking, and reading are special interests of Miss Ouderkirk. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ouderkirk, Redfield. Mr. Douglas Clarke Jr. is teaching physical education at Williamstown Elementary School. Mr. Clarke is serving as a full year substitute in this' physical education position. Mr. Clarke, who has a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Brocksport, is pursuing a master's degree at the State University College at Oswego. Mr. Clarke has coached football, volleyball, and softball for the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District for three years. He has alsp done substitute teaching in the A-P-W and Pulaski schools. Raised in Parish, Mr. Clarke's special interst is sports. He is the son of Mr. and Mr.' Douglas Clarke/ * • \^ '••>'*' 1 -V '1-* 1: i, f •« ti ' Area Birth Christopher Lu^ Senior Airman and Mrs? Gary'\5f Luce announce'the birth of thei|i ,...„. son, Christopher James, at#$j Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, ' oh September 14v 1985 at 1:21p.m. Christopher weighed 7.4 pounds and was 201/2 inches long; Senior Airman Luce is the sOn of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Luce, Jr. of Pulaski. He graduated from Pulaski High School in 1981 and Thomas Nelson Community College,, Hampton, Virginia in 1985. He is assigned to the First Aircraft Generation Squadron,as an integrated avionics com- munications, navigations and' penetration aids systems technician. He joined the Air Force in 1981. His wife, the former Rosa M. Luckatt of Lebanon, Ky., is\ also a senior airman assigned at Langley Air Force Base. i^cf|i»jy|p0ipM#^ - *= ,- ^ .^-,, \N ^Crbss of Honouri-This«ftioi§orary degree lughest isjSB , ;S^|^te of M^^x^f^y^0afetS^^ty on of|icem|a^'|Giie%uWiies,of it,theSnter3MBC- TTU^^eje'oi^e,s|Orie' of the comparative handful of about ,,,. 400. of the over four-and a quarter ,..jpiuiiioh Freemasons in '.. North ^America, the J^liilir^pines ja|id ; > -Australia to quajify~ this ^earr Membership is by ihVitation only. %jp& •Tji^ti^se|vr%§-ras-Master of Tpufiiski Lodge otSiasons in 1980; affig^^riest^of^^askf Chapter, * i8K^if?W^Q»pi8l^ i^B^-n- He\-wa^^ifiio1^©ltilRmv Mphipvlti Crmai^i|r#M|piis^: JSelectiOfi'.-.y«ontirnied. • ;by^ClMnt' - Wg^&cueui of-th^Orderjah^>|^o||2:; ' - *$££$* certificate- of- ^nlJp^^-haV; * A- , •••'••/• /'^?^nn^ed-to-hmjv £ ^^i^i|^>' Charles Richard Trust of Ro#f^? There jire seventy^o1ne^i0ij||§|iC ! 11, Pulaski, hasib^|i%wa£d^thef iJie Order with! a^pres^'-nlelnW. designation of &ngnt of-Inffoflfe^ /bersbipof 12,000. ?? C. Richard Trust imM&mmi All who have lost a loyed one and are trymg^ deal with their feelings are invited to attend the Hope for Bereaved Outreach Support Group which will meet in the Memorial Room of the ^'piBFi:||edi|j^t; ; C^hu|cli^e^^Cate entrance), Hubble Street, ^tu^|df on Tiiursday, October 17, at. 10 a.m. For more ih- formation, call Marie Jensik, 298-4700, Margaret Crandall, 387- 535-tor^iste^Biybara, 3424463.' r'r-y vrr I'I if •..'Sr: ->:.•): i -,M . , , • \ .-..'i.-•„'•, \.'.'•.».H •awi ?V J -p.d ! ' : « Tammy L. Eddy Tammy L. Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eddy of Pulaski, has been named to the Dean's List at Bryant, and Stratton Business' Institute,. Syracuse, upon com- pletion of her first quarter: A June 1985 graduate of.PACS, Tammy began her studies in July and is enrolled in the Executive Secretarial Program. She is scheduled to graduate in Sep- tember of 1986 with an Associate Degree. Class Begins After-hour Aerobics, a program utilizing stretching, dance and aerobics, has begun meeting at the Park United Methodist Church, Pulaski. Classes meet every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $1 per person, per class. New members are welcome. For more information, call 298-6505. HdffietpW News Airman Enrique L. Rodriguez III, son of Enrique L. and Norma E. Rodriguez of Pulaski, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force inventory management course at Lowry Air Force Base, Colo. During the course, students were taught property accounting, customer support, stock control and equipment management for a base supply System. They also.were. taught to inventory supplies using electronic data processing machines. The graduates learned- credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. .' ~ Rodriguez is scheduled to serve at . Loring Air Force Base, Maine.. 3 I Some people beliaved the sun came down to earth once a year-^and (eft a lad- v . . >der leanins against a tree ,', \\ Sor its convenience. Senior Airman, Raymond J. Martinek, son of Fannie E. Martinek of Rural Rpute 1, Sandy Creek, has been decorated with the Air Forxie Achievwneiit^Medal qt PlattsbUrgh-Air^Fbrce Base.N.Y. The Achievement Medal is awarded to airmen for meritorious service, acts of courage, or other accomplishments. Martinek is a navigation equipment specialist with the 2042nd Information Systems Squadron. His wife, Maureen, is the daughter of Irene M. Roeckel of Cookstpwn, N. J. * The airman is a 1978 graduate of .Pulaski Junior Senior High School; ' —- - - Pulaski resident Kevin J. Tuttle has been appointed foreman of the Foundry Maintenance operations for Grouse-Hinds Electrical Construction Materials (ECM). vTnttte joinedCrouse-Hinds ECM in 1973 working in the organization's Foundry Core Room Department. Throughout the next 12 years, Tuttle gained diverse foundry operations' ex- perience ^la^lnilittg machine operation and servicing. In 1980, he was named Foundry foreman and in 19B5 became Foundry Core Room Foreman. guttle resides in Pulaski tith his wife, Yvonne and two children.

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