SUNY Canton Draws upon Area Professionals for Advisory Committees

Numerous area professionals and business leaders, including 1980 alumnus and St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin Wells, were recently appointed or reappointed to SUNY Canton’s curriculum advisory committees.

“We draw from the vast experience and professionalism exhibited by these dedicated individuals to help us further develop our career-driven academic programs,” said SUNY Canton President Joseph L Kennedy. “Each of the appointed professionals play a critical role in ensuring that we are completely up-to-date with the latest technology and trends. Through this relationship, our students have contact with industry leaders in the fields that they are studying.”

Among the most recent additions to the SUNY Canton Advisory Committees are:

Air Conditioning Engineering Technology

  • Seth Peck of Cazenovia Equipment in Cazenovia accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Thomas Woodside, owner of T.P. Woodside in Williamsville, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Business Administration

  • Nancy Fyckes, a business teacher at Canton Central School, accepted a two-year appointment.
  • John Gray, Jr., a senior partner at Gray and Gray Certified Public Accountants in Canton, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • J. Thomas McCarty, chief financial officer at Nicholville Telephone Company, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Richard McNulty, director of human resources at Kinney Drugs in Gouverneur, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Todd Mashaw, a loan officer from St. Lawrence Credit Union in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Tom Scozzafava, President and chief executive officer of Seaway Valley Capital Corp. in Gouverneur, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Civil Engineering and Construction Technology

  • Tom Mauchly, a manager at Jeffords Steel and Engineering in Potsdam, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Criminal Justice

  • Scott Bonno, St. Lawrence County Undersheriff in Canton, accepted a two-year appointment.
  • Patricia Leconey, Deputy Superintendent at Gouverneur Correctional Facility, accepted a two-year appointment.
  • Kevin Wells, St. Lawrence County Sheriff in Canton, accepted a two-year appointment.

Dental Hygiene

  • Jeanette Brennan, a dental hygienist at Dr. Glenn Reaves Dentistry in New York Mills, accepted a two-year reappointment.
  • Dr. John Liang, a private practice dentist from Utica, accepted a two-year appointment.

Early Childhood

  • Dorothy Burlingame, a day care development specialist trainer with the St. Lawrence Child Care Council in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Karen Holland, assistant director of St. Lawrence Head Start in Canton, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Electrical Engineering Technology

  • Tim Foster, an electrical technician at Novelis in Oswego, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Stewart Foster, a project manager at IBM in Essex Junction, Vt., accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Michael Gambuzza, specials manager at Verizon Communications in East Syracuse, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Harold Rozanski, production superintendent at Tyco Healthcare Group in Watertown, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Thomas Syrell, a senior sales engineer at Auburn Armature Inc. in Vestal, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • John Wetmore, owner of Scooter’s Sales and Service in Gouverneur, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Health Care Management

  • Angie Lancor, an administrator at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Wheeler Maynard, an administrator at the St. Regis Nursing Home in Massena, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Vicki Perrine, a registered nurse and administrative manager at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year appointment.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

  • Brian Bush an advanced products product line leader at Corning, Inc., in Canton, accepted a three year reappointment.
  • Norman Gagnon, a CNC and CMM programmer at Young and Franklin, Inc., in Liverpool, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Kevin Logan, a maintenance supervisor at Corning, Inc., in Canton, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Steven Marsh, an ABS Specialist at Alcoa Primary Metals in Massena, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • John Sylvester, a service supervisor at Schneider Packaging Equipment, Inc., in Brewerton, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Mortuary Science

  • Dr. Ralph Klicker, founder and President of the Thanos Institute in Buffalo, accepted a two-year reappointment.
  • Carl Trainor, owner and President of Trainor Funeral Home in Boonville, accepted a two-year reappointment.

Nursing

  • Kim Todd Richards, nurse practitioner at the VA Clinic at Massena Memorial Hospital, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Patricia Todd, registered nurse, nurse practitioner, and Director of Health Services at SUNY Canton, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Kirstin Newman, director of guidance at Hugh C. Williams High School in Canton, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Patricia Ragan, school nurse at Canton Central School, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Office Technology

  • Maureen Bouchey, secretary to the superintendent at Morristown Central School, accepted a two-year appointment.
  • Barbara Burcume, annual giving coordinator at Canton-Potsdam Hospital, accepted a two-year appointment.
  • Anne Carberry, institution steward at Riverview Correctional Facility in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Pamela Morley, a business teacher at Ogdensburg Free Academy, accepted a two-year appointment.
  • Cathleen O’Horo, an attorney at Oliver Law Firm in Canton, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Robert Penski, owner of Penski, Inc., Personnel Services in Potsdam, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Timothy Perry, director of human resources at Ansen Corporation in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • John Ziegler, director of human resources at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg, accepted a two-year reappointment.

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Gary Bryant, a physical therapist at E.J. Noble Hospital in Gouverneur, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Suzanne Hayes, a physical therapist at Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Gary Hoose, a physical therapist at Hoose, Knight and Associates in Potsdam, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Kerry Newell, a physical therapist at Highland Nursing Home in Massena, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Bethany St. Hilaire, a physical therapist assistant at Canton-Potsdam Hospital, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Susanne Yenoli, a physical therapist from Parishville, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Veterinary Science Technology

  • Dr. Gary Bennett, a doctor of veterinary medicine at Cornell University in Ithaca, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Dr. Andre Charlebois, a veterinarian at HillTop Mobile Veterinary Clinic in Watertown, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Aggie Kiefer, a licensed veterinary technician at Veterinary Learning Systems in Yardley, Pa., accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Mary Stepanian, a licensed veterinary technician for the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets-Animal Industries in North Tonawanda, accepted a three-year reappointment.

Perkins Grant Local

  • Dee Burlingame, an early childhood specialist for the St. Lawrence Child Care Council in Ogdensburg, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Pamela Dority, senior vocational rehabilitation counselor for New York State Education Department and Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities in Malone, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Stephen House, manager of the St. Lawrence County One-Stop Career Center in Canton, accepted a three-year reappointment.
  • Charles French, career pathways coordinator at St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES in Norwood, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • Nancy Rutledge, vice president of patient care services at Canton-Potsdam Hospital, accepted a three-year appointment.
  • David Seymour, a supervisor at National Grid in Potsdam, accepted a three-year appointment.

SUNY Canton offers a wide variety of career-driven bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs, as well as three master’s degrees in conjunction with SUNYIT, Utica. Most of SUNY Canton’s new four-year programs are designed so students can take them on-campus, online, or both. SUNY Canton OnLine features more than 65 courses online each semester. The college’s athletic teams have joined the NAIA’s Sunrise Conference, enabling students to compete in their respective sports for four years.

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