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2018 Leading Age WNY Banquet

The 2018 LeadingAge Western New York Scholarship Winners (from left): Jamelia Burton, Jami Schmid, Mitchell Piddisi and Tiffany Fabian

The GreenFields Continuing Care Community won the 2018 LeadingAge WNY Program Award. Pictured (from left) are: Colleen Bullion, LeadingAge WNY President, Marybeth Mego, Activities Director, GreenField Health & Rehabilitation Center; Carol Borom, Volunteer; Elaine Bialecki, Volunteer; Caty Hyzy, Activities Director, GreenField Terrace; and Shoshone Dentice, Executive Director, Community Relations.

2017 Leading Age WNY Banquet

Isadore A. DeMarco (left), scholarship chair and LeadingAge WNY former president, with scholarship winner Megan Gebauer  and Michael Straeck of Buffalo Ultrasound

Isadore A. DeMarco with scholarship winner Andrew Biggs and Raj Patel of Freed Maxick

Isadore A. DeMarco with scholarship winner Katie Fernandes and Bob O'Leary of Parkview Health Services

Isadore A. DeMarco with scholarship winner Michelle Winsor

LeadingAge WNY President Karen Zmich with Special Program Award winners Heather Drake and Marsha Radka of Brothers of Mercy

2016 LeadingAge WNY Banquet

Karen Zmich, LeadingAge WNY president, presents Michael Helbringer, president/CEO of Bristol Village and The Bristol Home, with the Meritorious Service Award

Morgan Johnson of Beechwood Homes is presented with the Buffalo Ultrasound Scholarship

Brittany Donovan of Bristol Village is presented with the Freed Maxick Scholarship

Karlynn Zielen of Schofield Residence is presented with the Parkview Health Services Scholarship

Karen Zmich presents Heather Drake and Marsha Radka of the Brothers of Mercy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center with the Special Program Award