Aquinas Institute student named scholarship semifinalist

Megan Frankenberger, of Rochester, recently was honored as a semifinalist in the 47th annual national Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship Competition.

Frankenberger attends the Aquinas Institute. The awards are granted to high school seniors for the best all-around presentations, including an explanation of why they are planning careers in government service.

Pittsford resident joins Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning

Michael Scrivens, of Pittsford, recently joined Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning.

Scrivens has joined the team as a recruiter.

Brighton resident joins Harris Beach PLLC

Anthony Adiutori, of Brighton, recently joined Harris Beach PLLC as a partner.

Adiutori represents lenders in loans involving industrial development agencies, the U.S. Small Business Administration and the New York Business Development Corp. He has experience representing creditors in complex collection proceedings, as well as construction and leasing transactions for clients. He has litigated mortgage foreclosure actions involving apartment buildings and other tenant-based real estate assets.

Adiutori serves as board attorney for the South Wedge Planning Committee and is a member of the Dartmouth Lawyers Association, the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors Inc. and its Realtor/Bar Committee, the Women’s Council of Realtors and the New York State and Monroe County bar associations.

Pittsford resident named associate vice president at Heritage Christian Services

Michelle Labossiere-Hall, of Pittsford, recently was named associate vice president of customized services at Heritage Christian Services.

Labossiere-Hall has served with Heritage Christian Services for 11 years and previously was director of therapy advancement at the agency. She now will oversee the advancement of Heritage Christian Home Care and its clinical staff along with supporting growth of Heritage Christian’s efforts to serve people in their own homes and throughout the community.

Labossiere-Hall holds a Master of Science in physical therapy from Springfield College and is a graduate of Disney Institute of Leadership Excellence.

Jewish Senior Life employees receive health care achievement awards

Carol Maskiell and Mary Fazio, employees at Jewish Senior Life, were honored at the 2016 Rochester Business Health Care Achievement Awards on March 22.

The awards recognize excellence, promote innovation and honor the efforts of people and organizations who have a significant impact on the quality of health care in the Rochester-Finger Lakes region.

Maskiell, director of the adult day health care program, has worked at the home for more than 30 years. She began as a social worker, shifted to admissions, was promoted to director of social work and recreation therapy and finally earned her current position. She was honored in the health care staff category.

Fazio, director of Marian’s House and a registered nurse, supports both patients with memory loss and their caregivers. Marian’s House, under Fazio’s leadership, received 100 percent excellent ratings for “Likelihood to Recommend to Others” as part of Jewish Senior Life’s 2015 family experience survey. She was honored in the nurse category.