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1970s
 
DAVID A. FARMELO L’78, a partner at Hodgson Russ, LLP and member of the firm’s Education Law Practice Group, presented at the New York State School Boards Association’s 85th Annual Convention and Educational Trade Show. Farmelo was on a panel titled "Effectively Combating Bullying and Hazing." Farmelo, who specializes in school law, is vice chairperson of the Council of School Attorneys of the National School Boards Association.

ELISABETH G E M BLOEMEN GL’79 has been appointed mayor of the municipality of Zoeterwoude, Netherlands by Queen Beatrix. She will serve a six-year term.


PAM DALEY L’79 has been named vice president for Corporate Business Development for the General Electric Company. She will remain on the Board of Directors. She received the Chairman’s Award for Growth in 2003.

NEIL D. O’TOOLE, L’79 has received the "Lance Butler Award" from the Colorado Bar Association. This award recognizes outstanding service, dedication, and commitment to the field of Colorado Workers’ Compensation Law. In addition, O’Toole was appointed to the Medical Treatment Guidelines Taskforce for Traumatic Brain Injury by the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation. In addition, he has been reappointed to the Board of the Workplace Injury Litigation Group, a national workers’compensation claimants organization.

 
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