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Professional Update

Adult Education

Cathy Fabiatos ’99, West Seneca Cohort F2, is pleased to announce her new position as superintendent of Holland Central School District. She began this role on July 22, 2013, and currently resides in Hamburg, N.Y.

Madeline Gasdik ’00, Olean Cohort G2, was recently selected as the new director of the Allegany County Office of the Aging.

Laurinda Wallace ’01, Arcade Cohort M3, recently published her third book Family Matters, a mystery novel, through 3-Mice Productions. Family Matters and her other two books are available on Amazon. For more information, visit www.laurindawallace.com. Laurinda makes her home with husband, David, in Southeast Arizona.

Jean Sliwinski ’03, West Seneca Cohort K4, has been named director of green initiatives for the Felician Sisters of North America, Inc., on properties in the U.S. and Canada. In addition, Sister Jean recently completed her master’s degree in environmental planning and management from American Public University.

Benjamin Lindquist ’07, Jamestown Cohort Q5, was named executive director of Chautauqua Striders on June 19, 2013. Ben, a testicular cancer survivor, recently organized a whiffleball tournament in Frewsburg, N.Y. to raise awareness for the disease. To hear more of Ben’s story visit www.post-journal.com/page/content. detail/id/620874. He resides in Falconer, N.Y. with his wife, Jennifer, and their two children, Branston (5) and Kennedy (4).

Monica Thompson ’11, Olean Cohort D6, has been named acting health planner for the Seneca Nation Health Department. Prior to this position, Monica served the Seneca Nation as health planning assistant.