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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, March 13, 1985, Image 20

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I Appointed To_ Texas Post News Makers CO CO u w (0 S Dr. James Saunders has been appointed medical director for Texas Operation of the Dow Chemical Co. and has recently moved to Lake Jackson, Texas. His prior assignment was direc­ tor of biomedical research for Dow at Midland,'Mich. / He received his bachelor's de­ gree in sociology and anthropol­ ogy from Colgate University. His doctor of medicine degree was received from Upstate Med­ ical Center. Dr. Saunders was on the staff at the Masonic Research Center at Utica and did research a|,the University of Utah. Recently? he has appeared on several televi­ sion news broadcasts on the di- oxin case. He is married to the former Carol Lynn Swanson, daughter of Maurice and Virginia Swan- son of Fayetteville. She was graduated from Fayetteville- Manlius High School and the Syracuse University College of Nursing, with honors; her minor was art. Mrs. Saunders was the county nurse in this area with an office in the Manlius town of­ fices. The Saunders formerly lived on Brickyard Falls Rd., Manlius. 3 of a til For Care At Home Call H&me Aides OK Central New York. 4Jf6r4295 , ANot For-Prolit Community ' Sendee Agency WDKCOUNT COUPONH j'T.V.! • SERVICE • ALL MAKES. COLOR, BLACK & WHITE, PHONO & STEREO ! I I JPpfis Cohen, left, and Todd Bohnert received gift certifi­ cates from Sandy Buckingham, a teller at the Seneca Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Manlius office. The bank recently had a promotional event for its customers and was joined by Manlius merchants, including Rima's Italian Restaurant, Wix and Wax Candle Shop, Temple's Dairy, Harvey's Drugs and Smith's Supermarket of Manlius;' 5 y- HOUSE $ CALLS 10 PLUS LABOR * 10% DIS­ COUNT ON ALL PARTS With ThuAd ] WARDER T.V. § _ ____ Z0YraJ* 458-7695 Experience^ iGeorge 458-7695 Experience 101 Lawdon SL, No. Syracuse (Oil Allen FU) ••CLIP & SAVE COUPON] John Paul Boerschig Attorney At Law State Tower Building 422-2390 Real Estate, Business Form­ ation and Planning, Wills and Estates HI : in III 'III -^-OUJiCT.imtgS III i III ill id -in j QuaLrrv .Marat House of Plumbing Bath A Kitchen Showcase Completes Requirements Dr. Patricia C. Miller of Man­ lius has completed continuing education requirements to re­ tain active membership in the American Academy of Family Physicians, the national associ­ ation of family doctors. The Academy formerly was called the American Academy of Gen­ eral Practice The requirements call for members to complete a minimum of 150 hours of accre­ dited continuing medical study every three years. Because of their board training, family physicians have the \know how\ to treat approximately 90 per­ cent of all human illnesses. The.\Academy founded in 1-947 aiid headquartered in ^Kansas-City^ Mb.,-wa&4nstru- r mental in the establishment of the specialty of family practice in 1969. Sherle Wagner Fiat Grohe Corian Pozzi-Gihori Paul Associates Moen unrlse Specialty Cp. Vllleroy & Boch Kohler Broadway Collection American Standard 4465 E. Genesee St., DeWitt 446-4474 Mori.„Tues., Wed. & Fri 9-6 Thti^9-8:30, Sat. 9-4 ' Quality Mark is a National Retail Fra.nchis%$ith Over;7ioj6istribiition Centeri Coast to Coast Ti A Substdary ol Interco Systems, Inc O Copyright Quality Mark 1984 - The Most Famous Basket in the World* Just moved in? 1 can help Don't worry and wonder about learning your way around town. Or what to see and do. Or who to ask. Ask WELCOME WAGON Representative. I'll simplify the business of .getting settled. Help you ..begin to enjoy your new town...good shopping, local attractions, com­ munity opportunities. And my basket is full of useful gifts to please your family. Take a break from unpacking and call me. I « T ( • M • T I ON A C Fayetteville 682-5746 Manlius 682-2221 David Hanlon of Fayetteville has been named the 1984 top residential salesman by Longley-Jones Associates Inc. It Is the second consecutive year he has been awarded the honor. Furthermore, he has been presented with his second straight Golden Circle Award by the Greater Syra­ cuse Board of Realtors. This honor is given annually to the top 20 member Realtors for sales and listings sold. A graduate of the Realtor Institute and a lic­ ensed broker, Mr. Hanlon has beeifin the Longley-Jones Million Dollar Club since joining the company in 1981. Karen Steinberg has been promoted within her position as director of systems and programming in electronic^lata pro­ cessing at MONY Financial Services. A graduate of Syracuse University^ with a bachelor's degree in finc^arts, sh| joined MONY in 1970 as a methods analyst in Office Operations. The MONY officer is a resident of Manlius. Terry E. Shear has been named corporate human resources manager for Cambridge Filter Corp. Mr. Shear has previously worked for Slmmonds Precision in Nor­ wich, Squibb Corp. In Chicago and Federal Pacific Electrical CoTin NorthCJ roiinay M>. Shear has a bacheToToi~atfsdegree frorh the State University of New York and is presently completing his master's degree at SUNY in business and labor studies. He is a member of the American Society of Personnel Administration, Mldstate In­ dustrial Relations Council and past di­ rector of the Chenango United Way. Mr. Shear, his wife and two children will live in Manlius. Mary Ann Bechaz, R.N., of Manlius has been appointed health services super­ visor .for St. Qami^us Residential Health barel^acHity.lshe was a nurse practitioner at Crouse jrvihg Memorial Hospital for five years before joining St. Camillus. She also practiced at Upstate Medical Center, where she completed a nurse practitioner training program in adult medicine, Community-General Hospital, Community Health Center and Loretto Geriatric Center. ,3m f-' •• - _ 1 Mark H. MacGrath, CLU, ChFC, RHU, has been named assistant vice president in the health insurance department at MONY Financial Services. A graduate of Clark University, the hew MONY officer has a B.S. degree with an English major. He joined MONY in 1983 as director of health Insurance marketing. He lives in DeWitt with his wife, Mary, and their two children. Forms New Business Gail Gerel, registered physi­ cal therapist, of Manlius, has formed a new business, Physical Therapy Home Services. Mrs. Gerel, who has 17 years of experience in the field of phys­ ical therapy, will provide re­ habilitation services to indi­ viduals with disabilities who choose to receive treatment- at home. Examples of treatment areas are infant and children's hand­ icapping conditions, disabilities resulting from fracture, stroke, trauma, surgery; or diseases of muscles and nerves. With the recent trend in home delivery of health care^ervices, Mrs. Gerel^ hopes, to^ineet the need of lodal residents who pre­ fer to be treated in the comfort of their own hdmef with involve­ ment and support of family members. . V Mjts. ^Gerer .hasia' bachelor's degree n^jmSlMY-Buffalo, and is licensed by New York State. Treatment is only available a when the patient has had physi­ cal therapy prescribed by physician. Those interested in learning more about physical therapy Home Services can call Mrs. Gerel at 682-9426 after 3 p.m. Slate Open House Community-General Hospital will hold an open house for graduating x and registered nurses Saturday, Mar,ch 30. The open house will begin at 2 p.m. Hospital nursing policies, practices, opportunities and be­ nefits will be discussed, and nurses will have an opportunity to tour their areas, of \special interest. The open house will conclude with a wine and cheese social hour at 4:45 p:m. \The open house is a chance for graduating nurses to learn more about Community- General Hospital,\ explains Lucy J. Hill, director of nursing.

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