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Serving People with Developmental Disabilities since 1978 on a
World-renowned saxophonist Branford Marsalis made a very special appearance at the newly renovated Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre to receive the 13th Annual Lifetime Inspiration Award. The award, bestowed annually by the Lifetime Assistance Foundation, was presented to Branford Marsalis by WXXI's Thomas Hampson and Patrick Burke, Regional President of First Niagara Financial Group and Chairman of the Foundation Board. Mr. Burke addressed the crowd with a very powerful message, saying: "Tonight we celebrate our wonderfully supportive community and the role and responsibility each of us has in improving the quality of life for all citizens. From problem solvers and catalysts, to philanthropists and volunteers, we are all critical partners in making our community a better place. Our community is healthier and more prosperous as a result of Lifetime's success in supporting our families, friends and neighbors." Known for his innovative spirit and broad musical scope, Marsalis is equally at home on the stages of the world's greatest clubs and concert halls. Among the most socially conscious voices in the arts, Marsalis quickly immersed himself in relief efforts following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. He is the honorary chair of the New Orleans Habitat for Humanity effort to rebuild the city, and together with his friend Harry Connick, Jr. conceived the Habitat Musicians' Village currently under construction in the city's historic Ninth Ward. Whether on the stage, in the recording studio, in the classroom or in the community, Branford Marsalis represents a commitment to musical excellence and a determination to keep music at the forefront.
Branford, who only does two or three benefit concerts a year, shared that he will only do so for those organizations who are most sincere in their mission, praising the work of Lifetime Assistance. He then treated the audience to an extraordinary evening of jazz that was filled with unexpected surprises. Branford Marsalis and his band






Congratulations to the recently elected slate of offi cers of the
Lifetime Assistance Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors.
Patrick Burke – Chairman
Mr. Burke was appointed to the Board in 1995 and has been re-elected as Chairman of the Board. Mr. Burke is the Regional President of First Niagara Financial Group.
John Guarre – Vice-Chairman
This Lifetimes is a fun and exciting issue Mr. Guarre was appointed to the Board in 1999 and has served on the filled with tremendous good news. From Finance Committee since 2005. Mr. Guarre has been re-elected as citizens and businesses stepping up to lend Vice Chairman. Mr. Guarre, now retired, was formerly the President a hand as volunteers, to prestigious honors of Landmark Electric, Inc. and awards, to the news of citizens with developmental disabilities improving Rochester City neighborhoods, honoring our great men and women in uniform, and demonstrating unyielding determination in developing a sports Warren Kleiman – Treasurer
field, it is a pleasure to share the good news. Mr. Kleiman was appointed to the Board in 2003 and has served Thank you to each of you who play a part in these wondrous accomplishments. on the Finance Committee since 2005. Mr. Kleiman has been re-elected as Treasurer. Mr. Kleiman is a Business Strategy Manager On a less fortuitous note, there has been a in the Global Business Group at Xerox Corporation.
whirlwind of activity surrounding New York State's growing budget deficits, raising serious questions about the economic impact to agency services. As you may well know, Lifetime Assistance is indeed a strong organization Guy Nudd – Secretary
prepared to tackle the fiscal challenges that lie ahead, however, threats to services from New Mr. Nudd was appointed to the Board in 1998. Mr. Nudd has been York State funding cuts are very real. New elected as Secretary and has served on the Finance Committee since service development has come to a halt. Existing 1999. Mr. Nudd is a Vice President at HSBC Bank. service funding has experienced substantial reductions and is facing very severe cuts in 2010-2011. More than ever, it is imperative that elected officials understand the value and priority of developmental disability services to our community.
To each of you who have advocated with public officials to assure quality services for New Foundation Board Member Honored
Yorkers with developmental disabilities, thank you. Your voices are being heard and we will need you to stand with us as we continue to fight Greg Smith
the good fight. To friends who are able to make a donation, the Lifetime Assistance Foundation Lifetime Assistance congratulates our own Foundation Board is establishing a Capital Improvement Fund Member, Greg Smith, for his recent induction into the Rochester (see page six) to be used to update and upgrade Business Hall of Fame. Mr. Smith, President and Chief Operating Lifetime's 50 sites and provide a source of Officer of nationally recognized Jay Advertising, earned a spot capital to expand employment opportunities in the Hall of Fame along with his brother Ferdinand for their for citizens with developmental disabilities business success as well as their dedication and service to the (traditional funding sources for these purposes Rochester community. will be virtually non-existent under currently proposed New York State plans). Thank you for your caring and kindness.
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Lifetime Assistance isn't only about helping people Mary Lou Travis, RN, received with disabilities achieve their goals and dreams; an associate degree in nursing we strive to help our staff reach their personal and from Monroe Community College. professional goals as well. Recently, with the help Mary Lou has been employed of our tuition assistance program and the generosity with Lifetime Assistance since of the Lifetime Assistance Foundation, two more 1999. Mary Lou completed an employees were able to attain their educational goals accelerated course of study, and further their Lifetime careers.
earning her degree in 18 months while working a part Sue Ormandy, Senior Service Coordinator, received time schedule. Mary Lou her master's degree in social work from Greater received educational assistance Rochester Collaborative (Nazareth College and SUNY through Lifetime Assistance, Brockport). Sue has worked with Lifetime Assistance the Foundation and the since 2001. She received tuition assistance from Kleiman Scholarship Fund.
Lifetime Assistance, the Foundation and the Sperandio Family Scholarship Fund.
Left to Right: Mary Lou Travis (RN), Sue Ormandy, Diplomas in Hand
Investing in education is a top priority for the Lifetime Assistance Foundation, which annually awards scholarships to employees furthering their studies in the disability service field. Foundation Board Member, Mary Squires spoke on behalf of the Foundation, congratulating grant recipients on their individual achievements and thanking them for "dedication and commitment to Lifetime Assistance and the individuals we serve." Top Row, Left to Right: Rita H. Wagner (Foundation Board Member),
Sarah Wight, Lisa Savarese, Mary Squires (Foundation Board
Member), Keith Scherberger;
Bottom Row, Left to Right: Kay Wood
(Lifetime Assistance Board Member), Sarah Rheinwald, Yolanda
Davis, Linda Parmele;
Not Pictured: Cafi na Tuggles-Wilson, Brenda
Dukes

An Outstanding Performer!
In August, Frank DiFranco, a member encouragement. Frank
of LAICO Industries & Services Work is seen as a professional,
Center, was nominated for the 2009 Joslin representing LAICO in
Outstanding Performer Award. The Joslin the community and is an
award is presented annually by the New asset to LAICO Industries.
York State Industries for the Disabled, We applaud Frank in his
Inc. (NYSID). Frank was one of 49 New accomplishments and look
York State employees considered for this forward to a promising
prestigious award. For over 11 years he career on his path to
has demonstrated a strong work ethic independence.
by his excellent attendance and long-
term commitment to his job. Many of
NYSID's contracts, such as working with Front Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Edith DiFranco, Martha Rivera, Ellen Guerdat, Frank DiFranco;
the Gates Sheriff's office, have provided Back Row, Left to Right: Chief David DiCaro, Lt. Jim VanBrederode and Donald Scheg
the opportunity for Frank to grow with
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Lifetime Assistance extends its heartfelt appreciation for the work of more than 400 volunteers from Eastman Kodak, HSBC Bank and Patrick Electric during this year's United Way Day of Caring. These workers said "so long" to cubicles and ringing telephones and "hello" to Lifetime! Many volunteers spent the day painting and staining outside furniture and decks and completing extensive landscaping projects including preparing gardens and planting bushes and flowers. The volunteers worked at over 35 Lifetime Assistance sites, including our Paul Road headquarters, Clarkson Sensory Park and many homes. Daniel King, a Spencerport resident who works for Kodak's Entertainment Imaging Division, said, "This is a good way to get outside and do something meaningful, and an opportunity to help others." The Worthiest Cause Under the Sun
Sunny skies and warm temperatures greeted guests to spectacular auction golfers as they teed off on one of the most packages. Guests at the banquet beautiful and challenging courses in then competed in the live auction Rochester. On Monday, July 20th, Brook- that included a 22-inch flat Lea Country Club hosted the Gates-Chili screen TV, two airline tickets to Chamber of Commerce's 13th Annual Gates- anywhere in the continental Chili Charity Golf Tournament & Silent US and a basketball signed by Auction. phenom J-Mac! We applaud our community for this The tournament is dedicated to raising success. the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities, with proceeds of We extend a special thank you more than $13,000 benefiting the Lifetime to all of our sponsors and the Assistance Foundation. many volunteers who gave of their time with such generosity. Their The Rochester community once again support and commitment to helping wholeheartedly supported this event. Left to Right: The Winners with their Trophies, Jim Louden,
individuals with disabilities were Alan Jones, Charles Kelly and Dr. Peter MacKenzie
Business and community leaders generously instrumental in creating another donated items to the silent auction, treating memorable and successful event. (Donor listing continued to the right)
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Left to Right: Francesca Fuller
(Parkview Health
Services), County

Executive Maggie
Brooks, James
Brook Lea Country Club
(President &
CEO) and James
Lifetime Assistance, Inc. extends our gratitude Redmond (Excellus
to the following 2009 Gates-Chili Chamber of Commerce's 13th Annual Gates-Chili Charity Golf Tournament & Silent Auction sponsors. Thank you for your continued support in this community effort to raise funds for the Lifetime It is our pleasure to acknowledge the
Airport 5K
Fundraiser
following Business Sponsors:
Ad & Hole Sponsors
a "Runway" Success!
Admar Supply Co. Inc.
Avery Engineering & Land Surveying USAirports at the Greater Rochester With the assistance of our community, International Airport hosted the 10th this event raised more than $31,000 Bernard P. Donegan, Inc.
Annual Airport 5K Run/Walk on to support the Foundation's efforts on Campus Construction Management Group Cardwell Construction, Inc.
Saturday, June 27th. Approximately behalf of citizens with developmental Connecting Rochester Magazine 500 runners came from Rochester and disabilities. We would like to Fix, Spindelman, Brovitz & Goldman surrounding areas to participate in the specifically recognize the Brockport Gates-Chili Federal Credit Union most unique race in the region. This Blizzards Soccer Team (girls and boys Gillette Automotive Kelly Insurance & Financial Services family-friendly event provides the 12 years of age) for their outstanding opportunity for runners and walkers to contribution to this year's event: more Mary Jo & Art Pires take a leisurely walk or an invigorating than $2,000 was raised between the Parkview Health Services run on a 3.1 mile course located on an two teams. Michelle Wilcox, registrar Passero Associates – Engineering, Architecture actual runway (closed to air traffic, of of the Brockport Soccer Club, stated, The Bank of Castile Roberts Wesleyan College course). Children under the age of 12 "This experience will accomplish lots of joined in the half-mile Kids' Fun Run, things – a good time for the kids, some Westside News, Inc.
also on the runway.
friendly competition (both in pledge collecting and running) and a life lesson County Executive Maggie Brooks on the importance of helping those less welcomed the hundreds of participants Wal-Mart, Irondequoit fortunate than themselves." A special to take their place on the runway. On this thank you to the Greater Rochester Beringer Printers, Inc.
bright, warm and sunny morning, live International Airport, all our sponsors, Oser Press, Inc.
music was provided by "58right." Our and the many volunteers who gave media sponsor, radio station 98PXY and so generously of their time. We look the "Street Squad," supported the event forward to seeing you again next year! by providing games and prizes. CAN MAKE A
Lifetime Assistance, Inc., extends our gratitude to the following 2009 Airport 5K event sponsors. Postler & Jaeckel Corporation Thank you for your continued support to raise funds for the Lifetime Assistance Foundation.
Providium Consulting Group, LLC Usherwood Office Technology It is our pleasure to acknowledge the following
City Blue Imaging Excellus Blue Cross/Blue Shield Independent Industrial Supply Parkview Health Services Jachles Imperial, Ltd.
Lista Tax Services First Class Sponsors
One Step Tree & Lawncare, Inc.
The Downtown Fitness Club Mr. Rooter Plumbing Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar B. Giambrone & Co., Inc.
Naming Sponsors
Airventure Aviation Jacobstein Food Service Alert Protective Systems, Inc.
Lanovara Specialty Foods, Inc.
Cardwell Construction Company, Inc.
Pepsi Bottling Group CMS Consulting Group EBS-RMSCO, Inc.
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Giving Beyond a Lifetime
The Lifetime Assistance Foundation recognized Anthony; how his presence made a charter and new members of the Lifetime difference in their lives as well as his Society at a luncheon held in their honor on a warm autumn afternoon. The Lifetime Society, "We are pleased to be able to support the Lifetime a very special group, recognizes that with a Assistance Foundation because we have seen bequest to the Foundation their spirit of caring firsthand how Lifetime improves the lives of those in our community who need assistance. Any help will live on and continue to touch the lives of we can give to help the organization continue to people with developmental disabilities year fulfill its mission is well worthwhile." after year. Lifetime Society members have made a commitment to remember the Lifetime Dr. & Mrs. M.W. Anders Assistance Foundation in their estate plans so that people with developmental disabilities may peers in his eight years under Lifetime's realize the opportunities they so richly deserve.
care. When the agency opened their new doors in Chili, Anthony suggested After the welcoming remarks Ida McAllian, made in his name and a flagpole was purchased installing a flagpole – this had not been included daughter of Josephine and the late Ulderico in Anthony's memory.
in the building specifications. Unexpectedly, DeFeo (recent members of the Lifetime Anthony passed away at the age of 33. In lieu of For more information on the Lifetime Society
Society), shared her memories of her brother flowers, the DeFeos asked for memorials to be call Kathleen Kiernan at (585) 784-5006.
Foundation Launches Annual Fund Drive
Home Is Where The Heart Is offers you the opportunity to designate your gift to the program or home of your choice or to
contribute to the general capital improvement fund. The Foundation is working together with Lifetime Assistance to assure
a bright and secure future for citizens with developmental disabilities. We sent an appeal to you just after Thanksgiving. A
gift of any amount to our Foundation can make a difference. We invite you to make a gift today by returning the envelope
in this newsletter or online through our secure website.
Visit www.lifetimeassistance.org to learn more and to make your
gift to support the Lifetime Assistance Foundation.
The Award for Best Supporting Role Goes to …
Ken Galley
Congratulations to Ken Galley, Support Person of the Year 2009, selected
by self-advocates from throughout the WNY region. Ken Galley is a
Lifetime Assistance Community Integration Specialist who works with
Matt Crowley. Matt lives at Lifetime's Ridge Road Apartments and is
active in self-advocacy work, including participating as a Board Member
at Rochester's Advocacy Center. Great work, Ken!
Ken Galley
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The Joanne Mills Award
for Nursing Excellence
Congratulations to Katherine Hanrahan-Drews on receiving the inaugural Joanne Mills Award for Nursing Excellence. Kathy was nominated by her Lifetime nursing peers who describe her as dedicated, conscientious and knowledgeable, never settling for less than the best. Kathy's dedicated nursing care stems from her ability to think and exercise excellent judgment. Created in memory of Joanne Mills, RN and Associate Director at Lifetime Assistance for more than 24 years, the award will be presented annually to a Registered Nurse who emulates qualities and characteristics of outstanding nursing practices in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Lieutenant Colonel Dave "Waldo"
Brescia with the LAICO Industries & Services Work Center crew

Pilot Lands at
Lifetime for a
Lieutenant Colonel Dave "Waldo" Brescia, who flew into town as part of this summer's Rochester International Air Show, stopped by Lifetime Assistance headquarters in Chili for a visit and a question and answer session about what it is like to zoom through the air as part of the U.S. Air Force's F-15E Strike Eagle Team. The amazing fighter aircrafts are designed to perform air-to-air and air- Left to Right: James Branciforte (President & CEO), Katherine
to-ground missions at maximum speeds of 1,875 Hanrahan-Drews (RN) and Jennifer Stow (RN, Nursing Coordinator)
mph. Brescia, a native of Rochester, has flown with the U.S. Air Force for 21 years. He entertained an audience of more than 200 fascinated listeners during his visit.
Cathy Meszaros Awarded
Our own Cathy Meszaros has received the truly believes in the mission
prestigious NYSADSP (New York State of bettering people's
Association of Day Services Providers) lives. Says Amy Mitchell,
Leadership Award. Cathy, who works as a Director of Day Services,
Community Integration Coordinator, is an "People trust Cathy, and
indispensable member of the Day Services trust instills a confidence
management team as well as the agency. that allows individuals
She oversees the largest day program at and staff alike to grow and
Lifetime Assistance. Cathy most recently learn." Cathy was presented
was the motivating source behind Lifetime's
the award from NYS Wellness Initiative as well as a highly OMRDD Commissioner successful art show featuring artwork created Diana Jones Ritter in by individuals in Lifetime's services.
With more than a quarter-century of Way to go, Cathy!
experience, Cathy's professionalism has
set a benchmark for others to reach. Cathy
Left to Right: Lou Katz (Executive Vice President), Sheri Ainsworth (Associate Director), Amy Mitchell
is known as someone to count on and who (Director of Day Services), Cathy Meszaros and James Branciforte (President & CEO)
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All Aboard at
St. Luke's Church
Over the last few years, Chili Day Hab's relationship with St. Luke's church has blossomed. Several groups rotate to volunteer at St. Luke's on a weekly basis. The participants provide light cleaning as well as folding/collating of the weekly church bulletin. This year, St. Luke's asked the volunteer groups to brainstorm and generate ideas on how the church could show appreciation. Participants suggested a creative, fun activity — taking a boat ride! So, 27 day services volunteers, 11 staffers, and two representatives from St. Luke's boarded the Sam Patch tour boat in Pittsford for a tour along the canal. For many, it was their first-ever experience on a boat and everyone had a great time. Thank you to St. Luke's for Brian Mann,
providing such a special recognition and happy memories. LAI Special Olympians Bring Home Medals
In June, athletes and coaches from Lifetime Left to Right: Ishmael Irish, Akai Phillips and Shamar Singleton
Assistance and Rochester City School #33 (where the
Lifetime Assistance Community Recreation program
runs an after school program) headed to Binghamton
to participate in the 2009 NYS Special Olympics
Summer Games. Four of the athletes competed in
Power Lifting while the other six competed in Track
& Field. During the competitions every athlete won
at least one medal! Our very own Adolph Dupree
(track & field coach) was interviewed by one of
the local television stations in Binghamton during
which he was heard to say his much repeated credo
"It doesn't matter if you win or lose. it is how you
play the game. now go out there and have fun and
show good sportsmanship". Way to go, Coach, and
congratulations to all the athletes!

We Salute You, Canal Landing!
Throughout the past year and a half, the day services group at Canal Landing has joined forces with the Veterans' Outreach Center, participating in special programs designed to honor our military men and women. The Canal Landing volunteers recently participated in the 16th Annual Flag Day Campaign and joined hundreds of volunteers in raising much-needed funds for the men and women who have sacrificed for our flag. Participants at Canal Landing were "stationed" at the Ridgemont Post Office in Greece, and exchanged flags for donations to the Veterans Outreach Center. Left to Right: Lisa Deacon and friends
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Dancing for a
Schools Learn from
Field of Dreams
When the Holley School District wanted to learn more about community service, they knew to call Lifetime Assistance. Lifetime made a presentation to Holley's transition classroom, where special education students from ages 18-21 begin the transition from school to work or day programs. Students were so intrigued that a new volunteer opportunity was created.
Lifetime staff and program participants, students and Lewis Passarell, Supervisor of the Holley Department of Public Works, worked side by side to spruce up a Holley park in preparation for the bicentennial celebration. So many people stopped and admired our hard work that Supervisor Passarell asked if we could make Holley a permanent volunteer placement. This year, Lifetime volunteers and Holley transition students visited Holley parks twice a month to keep the parks looking wonderful. Another great Lifetime learning experience! For more than a decade, goal and offered to raise funds to make it the Community Recreation happen. After identifying available land Program has been renting adjacent to the Lowry Center, the volunteers field space from local organized a Dance-A-Thon attended colleges, school districts, by 200, including service participants, and other agencies to families and employees, and raised enough practice for Special Olympics money to earn a matching grant from the competitions with support from Lifetime Assistance Foundation to develop the Lifetime Assistance Foundation. a multipurpose sports and recreation Seeking a permanent practice field, field at the Lowry Center in Clarkson! Stephen Rose and Jennifer
K ll Trip the
several Community Recreation Construction began this fall with plans to participants pursued their ambitious use the field next spring.
Post Ave Cleans Up!
When Mayor Bob Duffy calls, we answer! the people who live at Post
For the past several years, Post Avenue Ave. – they want to do this."
residents and staff have answered the Mayor's
When made aware of the call for volunteers for his Rochester Clean Lifetime volunteers who Sweep initiative. The Post Avenue Team read participated in the cleanup the newspaper and listened to the radio to activities, Mayor Duffy find out when and where new Clean Sweep said, "I salute Tiayanne,
activities will occur, usually beginning in Ken, and Jerry for their
April. Then, they reported to a Clean Sweep passion and dedication
command center such as Cobbs Hill or to Clean Sweep. It's their
Genesee Valley Park for a Saturday of hard volunteer spirit and love of
work cleaning up a particular neighborhood. the community that makes
Of course, there's fun involved too — Rochester such a great
volunteers get a t-shirt, coffee and donuts, and place to live."
enjoy a picnic lunch after a morning of hitting the streets. According to Resident Manager, Left to Right: Kenneth Griffi n, Tiayanne Washington, Jerry Lash
Shirlene Davis, "We don't ever have to ask and Susan Dunaway
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This Hockey Player
Has Special Goals
Tim Kelly at the Westside Family Branch YMCA
Spotlight on Tim Kelly
Moving On Up
Some people are wary of change, but not Tim Kelly! He has been embracing change and persevering in pursing his personal vocational goals.
After working for several years in the food service industry, Tim expressed interest in a new career path – in physical fitness, with his "dream job" to become a personal trainer. Tim began his work in this area as a weekly volunteer at the Westside YMCA, greeting people as they entered the gym and doing light maintenance on gym equipment. It was certain that as the "Y" staff got to know Tim, they would quickly find more for him to do.
Sure enough, Tim was formally hired as an intern at the Westside YMCA. Now Tim is working in facilities management at the "Y" Brian "Slapshot" Gundy
and providing some customer service. Tim's supervisor is very supportive of him, saying "he does an excellent job and people For many of us, playing a favorite sport is itself enjoy working with Tim." Lifetime's Supported Employment quite meaningful. But some people, like Brian team continues to support Tim in his work and career ambitions.
Gundy, have loftier goals. Brian, who lives in According to the Vocational Services Team, "Tim is a great Spencerport with his family, is active in Lifetime's example of progressing through all the different phases of recreation sports including floor hockey, bowling, work experience, from a vocational work center to supported track & field, soccer, softball, golf and basketball.
employment to community-based work and now to a field where he is on a real path to achieving his personal dreams." We're all But Brian's true passion is ice hockey. He has "pumped up" for Tim! been actively involved in the Special Olympics Ice Hockey Team for many years, winning many For more information on the Employment, Training, and competitions and trophies. Early on, he decided Internship Program, contact Shawn Wilson, Coordinator of that just playing the game wasn't enough; he also Vocational Rehabilitation, at (585) 426-4120 ext. 3415. wanted to give back. He began fundraising for Special Olympics at age 20, and has helped raise an estimated $38,000! One way he raises money to pay for ice time is by collecting pledges to participate in Spike's Hike, a charitable event that benefits Special Olympics and other community organizations. Brian was recently acknowledged as that event's largest individual fundraiser! We applaud Brian Gundy for his courage and pride in pursuing a mission dear to his heart.
Tim Kelly with Tom Ward,
YMCA Building and Grounds Director
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Mr. & Mrs. James Phillips Mr. & Mrs. William Eckert Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. John Himmelsbach Mr. & Mrs. John Dresser Ms. Margaret Muhlnickel Ms. Sally Altobello Ms. Patricia Baubie Ms. Elsie Ouellette Dr. & Mrs. M.W. Anders Ms. Christina Casey Ms. Jennifer Anderson Mr. & Mrs. David Strong Mr. & Mrs. John Barry Ms. Mary Lou Cassin Tomkins County Employees The Employees of ConServe Mr. & Mrs. Michael Brisbane Mr. & Mrs. Roger Williams In Honor of Steven Crate
Ms. Michele Dashineau Brockport Central School The Estate of Ernest Donadoni Gerald Cellura, DMD In Suk Pikulski
Ms. Clarina Bruce Jerry Cellura, DDS Mr. & Mrs. Truman Bruce The Garden Factory, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. G. Curtis Conklin Lifetime Assistance Drivers & Mr. & Mrs. Gene Brunette Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Daley Maintenance Staff Assunta M. Debole Mr. & Mrs. James Grossman Ms. Julie Bushnell Alexander Di Nicola IKON Office Solutions CEPACS Co-workers Mr. & Mrs. Roger Kubarych Ms. Carole Decook Mr. & Mrs. Norman Baase Mr. Charles Garlock Mr. & Mrs. Robert LaMonica Ms. Helene Emerick Mr. & Mrs. David Gerhardt Ms. Evelyn Lighthouse Mr. & Mrs. Paul Fortin & Family Ms. Lucille Giglio Mr. & Mrs. Jack Gerke Ms. Dorothy Mann & Family Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Green Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus Grey In Memory of Howard Green
In Honor of Lou Katz's 30 years of
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Johnson In Memory of Iafet Pincelli
employment with LAI
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kelly Mrs. Mary Ellen O'Keefe Ms. Norren Mastro Parkview Pharmacy Ms. Lillian Parker Members of the Lifetime Society realize that through their generous gifts, the Ms. Marsha Pulhamus Mr. & Mrs. Robert Reisch Saint Luke's Episcopal Church Lifetime Assistance Foundation can carry out its charitable objective of enriching Mr. & Mrs. David Reed Ms. Elaine Shepanski lives of people with developmental disabilities for generations to come.
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Richardson The Dave and Martha Swift By planning your estate, you can take care of your family today and Lifetime Mr. Gurkamal Singh Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Steve Spencer Assistance tomorrow. Lifetime Assistance Foundation offers many giving Ms. Ann Lee Walker opportunities that generate a life income and provide for Lifetime Assistance at the Mr. & Mrs. Claude Woodcock same time (for which you may also receive a charitable tax deduction).
Mr. Milton Schmidt A Bequest made through your will provides for Lifetime Assistance after your death. It is very easy to arrange and can be part of your estate. It can be in the form of Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Herman You For Your
Mr. & Mrs. John Leschander property or cash.
A Charitable Gift Annuity is a simple agreement that provides Lifetime Assistance Mrs. Josephine DeFeo with a gift of cash and/or marketable securities in exchange for life income paid to Ms. Denise Flanigen you and/or others. You receive a charitable tax deduction. Upon your death, Lifetime Assistance applies the fund toward the program you choose.
Mrs. Josephine DeFeo A Charitable Remainder Trust provides a fi xed or variable income stream for life. The trust can be funded with real estate, cash, securities, or fully paid-up life insurance Recreation
Mary Jo Gardner
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Peworchik policies. You can also create a trust through your will to provide for family members. Mrs. Josephine DeFeo For more information about including Lifetime Assistance in your will, please call
Ross J. Henshaw
Kathleen Kiernan at (585) 784-5006.
Mrs. Margaret Henshaw Mr. & Mrs. William Dadey Mr. Eugene Zilinski Ms. Rebecca Harrison Mr. & Mrs. Wendell Anderson Ms. Aylanah Laurie Katz In Honor of Arthur Wood
Clinton Valley Council Copley Township Historical Mr. Joseph Holzschuh In Honor of Brian Holzschuh
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dixon Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Kleiman Mr. & Mrs. Donald Gromen Mr. & Mrs. Aurthur Lettie Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gubics You For Your
Mr. & Mrs. Allen Mercer Ms. Beverly Handel Mr. & Mrs. Richard Merritt Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Mr. & Mrs. James Niziurski Mr. Richard Miller Mr. Daniel O'Connell In Honor of Kevin Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Presutti Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lowry Ms. Patricia Morrison Ms. Marilyn Meers Ms. Vickie Randall Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Race Mr. & Mrs. Robert Munz, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Rasnick Mr. & Mrs. John Ryder Mr. & Mrs. Charles Roberts Ms. Monica Rigney Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Schriever Ms. Janice Scotto In Honor of Leo & Irene Rigney
Ms. Meghan Sheahan Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Siciliano Rev. Arthur & Betty Dueker Mr. & Mrs. Philip Rubenstein Mr. & Mrs. Andre Smith Marvin and Company, P.C.
Ronald Mc Donald House Ms. Anne Schneider Roy J. Meisenzahl
Charities of Rochester NY, Inc.
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