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Squadrito, Dr. John

Saturday, November 4, 2006,   Page: B7

TROY Dr. John J. Squadrito, lifelong Troy resident, died Friday, November 3, 2006 at the Albany Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Born in Troy, he was the son of the late Frank and Rose Gallo Squadrito, and husband of the late Carmella Fusco Squadrito. Dr. Squadrito attended St. Patrick's School and Catholic Central High School. He received a bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, class of 1935, and was a graduate of the University of Buffalo School...

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MATTHEW BENDER & CO. COUNTRY RADIO WGNA ENVIRONMENT/ONE CORP. CFM ENTERPRISES INC. HUDSON VALLEY CC PARSONS CHILD & FAMILY GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. DIGITRONICS SIXNET PEPSI COLA BOTTLERS ROTH & DECHANTS GRIFFIN AGENCY INSURANCE KEY BANK N.A. LAWRENCE UNITED CORP. FLEET NATIONAL BANK BLUE CIRCLE ATLANTIC INC. ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL HIGGINBOTHAM & ASSOCIATES APPRAISAL NETWORK LIVING RESOURCES CORP. AUTOMOTED DYNAMICS ST. ANNE INSTITUTE URBACH KHAN & WERLIN CREDIT MANAGEMENT ASSOC. C-G MEDICAL CENTER SEI

Sunday, August 20, 1989,   Page: F2

Wendy Berninger has been promoted to manager of company communications at Matthew Bender & Company Inc. in Albany. Berninger is a graduate of Russell Sage College and has been with Matthew Bender since 1977, serving in several positions.
Two new staff members have joined Country Radio Station WGNA AM/FM. Ruth Tietz has been appointed promotions director. Tietz had been assistant to the general manager and promotion director at another Albany station prior to joining WGNA. Lou Ann Wilhelm wil...

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HABERL, DORING AT REALTY USA GRABNER HEADS NORTHEAST'S LENDING RICHARDSON IS ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR CARROLL JOINS SENIOR CENTERS STUPHEN DIRECTS OPERATOR SERVICES LEWIS NAMED EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT WEAVER JOINS COMDOC SYSTEMS SARC ANNOUNCES TWO PROMOTIONS ADILETTA JOINS CORNELL DEVELOPMENT GLISERMAN ADDED AT MOUNTAIN VIEW STEVEN GREEN PROMOTED TO MANAGER BERNARD HARVITH ON WORKSHOP BOARD HOSPITAL NAMES SIX TO BOARD HIXON BECOMES TERRITORIAL MANAGER FARM FAMILY LISTS STAFF CHANGES COHOES SAVINGS AP

Monday, March 28, 1988,   Page: D2

Marie Haberl and Albert Doring have joined Realty USA.
Haberl is at the Union Street, Schenectady, office and Doring at the Glens Falls office. Both will specialize in the sale of residential real estate.
Robert O. Grabner, who was responsible for all mortgage and consumer loan operations for one of Northeast Savings' predecessor banks, Schenectady Savings Bank, will assume responsibility for all lending for the Hartford, Conn.-based bank.
Grabner is senior vice president and chie...

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SEX CRIMES TREATMENT EXTENDED

Thursday, August 27, 1998,   Page: B7

Rural victims of sexual assault and rape may now get emergency treatment closer to home. Mary McClellan Hospital in Cambridge announced Wednesday the start of its new Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners program.
Known as SANE, the program uses specially trained nurses to make sure victims of sexual crimes get compassionate and competent care, including a comprehensive physical exam to document injuries and preserve critical evidence for law enforcement officials.
SANE is already in place a...

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BOND SCHOENECK & KING ASSOCIATION FOR AGING NORTHEAST SHOW ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL FIRST AMERICAN BANK NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK DELTA AIR LINES UNION NATIONAL BANK LEBOEUF LAMB LEIBY SAWCHUK BROWN COMMUNITY GARDENS MOHAWK PAPER MILLS RYAN-BIGGS ASSOCIATES ALTERNATIVES IN MANKIND POWER TECHNOLOGIES CHILD'S HOSPITAL ADIRONDACK TRUST CO.

Sunday, April 19, 1992,   Page: B2

Gregory J. Champion and Jean M. Cox have been hired as associates at the Albany law firm of Bond Schoeneck & King.
Both participated in the firm's summer associate program. Champion is a graduate of the Syracuse University College of Law, where he was exective editor of Syracuse Law Review. Cox, a graduate of Albany Law School, previously was senior management services coordinator for the minority leader's office of the state Assembly. Helen R. Hines of Albany has been appointed vice pres...

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ROYAL FAMILY, 'LA MANCHA,' STEINEM TO BE FOCUSES OF BENEFITS

Thursday, November 17, 1988,   Page: C3

SPEAKING ENGLISH: The English-Speaking Union will present an exhibit of British Royal Family memorabilia at a luncheon on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at the University Club. Donald Birn, associate professor of history at the State University at Albany, will present an address on the British monarchy. On display will be commemorative pieces and art objects relating to British royalty, collected by the late George Endres of Albany, who was a former board member of the union. The collection was left to...

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CHRISTMAS FUND

Friday, January 12, 1996,   Page: B6

A total of $178,094.06 has been given to the Times Union Christmas Fund for the Elderly in Need by 3,584 contributors. $1,100.00 Rotterdam: Robert Owen Bump.
$1,000.00 Troy: Louis-Hortense H. Rubin Foundation Inc.
$827.00 Albany: Employees of the New York State Office of Real Property Services.
$515.25 Colonie: Colonie Central High School- Elves for the Elderly.
$500.00 Albany: Employees of the Ayco Company; Polish Community Center; three anonymous; East Nassau...

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VANDENBURG, MARY P.

Wednesday, May 2, 2001,   Page: B7

TROY -- Mary P. VanDenBurg, 70, of 6th Ave., entered into eternal rest surrounded by her loved ones Tuesday, May 1, 2001 at Samaritan Hospital. Born in Cohoes August 6, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Francis and Mae Finnegan Riley. She attended Catholic Central High School in Troy. Mrs. VanDenBurg was employed for the past 15 years by Charles J. Ellett & Son in Lansingburgh. Prior to that she had been employed at the Troy City Hall and the Troy Record. She was a communicant of St. Peter...

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Field of 2,887 finishes the run

Sunday, June 3, 2007,   Page: C12

Place Name, Age ResidenceTime

1. Benita Johnson, 28 Australia 15:22
2. Asmae Leghzaoui, 30 Morocco 15:32
3. Teyba Erkesso, 24 Ethiopia 15:46
4. Dire Tune, 21 Ethiopia 15:51
5. Mara Yamauchi, 33 Great Britain 15:52
6. Emily Chebet, 21 Kenya 15:59
7. Amane Gobena, 24 Ethiopia 16:04
8. Silvia Skvortsova, 32 Russia 16:10
9. Emily McCabe, 23 Queensbury 16:12
10. Nataliya Berkut, 32 Ukraine, 16:28
11. Lucy Smith, 40 Canada, 16:32 12. Renee Gunning, 25 Philadelphia, PA 16:38
13. Fi...

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McKeon, Lucy C.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009,   Page: B6

SYCAWAY Lucy C. McKeon, 96, of Sycaway, passed into eternal life at the Samaritan Hospital, Troy, N.Y., January 9, 2009, with her loving family by her side. Lucy was born in Raymer-town, town of Pittstown, N.Y., a daughter of the late Charles Avery and Mercie Bornt Eddy on August 29, 1912. She was educated in a one room school house in Raymertown and Lansingburgh High School in Troy, where she married Ward McKeon Sr. on February 3, 1929. The couple shared 56 years of marriage until his death in...

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HOLIDAY FUND TOPS $47,000 MARK

Thursday, December 11, 1997,   Page: B10

The 1997 Times Union Holiday Fund for the Elderly in Need has so far received a total of $47,266.93 from 844 individuals and organizations.
$2,500.00 Albany: In memory of LaVerne and Dee by Anonymous; $1,000.00 Albany: American Boiler, Tank and Welding, Inc; Greenbush Tape and Label, In.; Clifton Park: Realty USA- Capital District Agency;
$600.00 Averill Park: James McCann;
$500.00 Albany: Patrick and Louise McKenna; Michael Glover; New York: Miles Cary Leahey;
$300...

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AROUND THE REGION

Monday, June 7, 2010,   Page: B2

TODAY
BINGO
Polish Community Center, 225 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany When: 7:30 p.m. Contact: 456-3995 or http://www.albanypcc.com Notes: Doors and kitchen open at 6 p.m.
Temple Israel, 600 New Scotland Ave., Albany When: 7:30 p.m. Contact: 438-7858, ext. 8 Notes: Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; snack bar.
Saratoga-Wilton Elks Lodge, 1 Elk Lane, Wilton When: 7 p.m. Contact: 584-2585 Notes: Doors open at 4 p.m.
American Legion Melvin Roads Post, 200 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush When: 7:30 p.m...

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Mawad, Therese

Wednesday, January 20, 2010,   Page: B6

TROY Therese Mawad, 73, of Troy, entered into eternal life on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at Samaritan Hospital in Troy. Born in Zgharta, Lebanon on April 1, 1936, Therese was a daughter of the late Bedwha and Josephine Mouwad and wife of the late Robert Mawad who died in 1997. Raised and educated in Lebanon, Therese resided there for many years before moving to Troy in 1974. She was employed in the Rectory of the former St. Peter's Church in Troy and also at Our Lady of Hope Residence in Latham....

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Martterer, Margaret E.

Thursday, January 15, 2009,   Page: D6

COHOES Margaret "Bette" (Peg) Bouchard Martterer, a Eddy Ford Nursing Home resident, died Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at St. Peter's Hospital, Albany in Community Hospice. Born in Troy, she was the daughter of the late Catherine Bouchard, and wife of the late Charles F. Martterer Jr. who died in 1992. A former Thomas Avenue, Troy resident, Margaret attended Troy schools. After working in the war effort, she devoted her time to raising her family and was a homemaker most her life. She was a commu...

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CAPITAL REGION ALMANAC

Monday, September 21, 1998,   Page: B3

This almanac of community news provides coverage of local governments, local courts and police calls from selected communities in our region. Government listings focus on communities in Albany County, and police calls are taken from the actual police blotters from larger communities throughout the area. This feature usually appears on this page Mondays through Saturdays.POLICE BLOTTER ALBANY WEDNESDAY 1:12 p.m. DRUG CHARGES. A man, 32, from Oakwood Terrace, Troy, and another man, from the 500 b...

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