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April 30, 2013

Newsmakers: April 30, 2013

David Endersbee, son of Paul and Kathy Endersbee, formerly of Plattsburgh, has been made a partner in the law firm of Zuckert, Scoutt and Rasenberger LLP, Washington, D.C. The firm specializes in aviation, administrative law, transportation security, foreign and domestic airlines, foreign governments, airports and manufacturers.

Endersbee graduated from Seton Catholic Central School in 1992, Colgate University in 1996 and George Mason University School of Law with a juris doctorate. He is admitted to practice before the District of Columbia Bar and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit. He lives in Manassas, Va., with his wife, the former Julie Furnia, who lived in Jay, and two daughters.

The Sunmount Developmental Disabilities Office has elected several local people to its board, including Gilbert Duken of Plattsburgh, who will serve as president, and Jane Dumoulin of Cadyville, secretary. Other area people serving on the board are Carolyn Smith of Massena, Dr. Richard Bossert of Queensbury, the Rev. William Cuthbert of Potsdam, Paul Maroun of Tupper Lake and Wayne Rogers of Malone. Sunmount DDSO serves Franklin, Essex, Clinton, Hamilton, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties.

The Boquet River Association has elected new officers. They are Laura Newmark of Elizabethtown and Daphne Hallowell of Westport, as at-large directors. Other at-large directors are Becky Bosley of Lewis, Tom Clark of Lake Placid, Matt Foley of Wadhams, Bruce Misarski of Wadhams and Vic Putnam of Willsboro. AJ Longware of Lewis serves as president, Bob McGoldrick of Wadhams is vice president, Schell McKiknley of Lewis is treasurer and Anita Deming serves as treasurer. Town council appointments include Jeff Clock of Willsboro, Kathy Linker of Lewis and Anita Deming of Elizabethtown. At the annual meeting, the Friend of BRASS Award was presented to Dr. Gary Chilson of Elizabethtown for his countless hours of volunteer work including collecting samples for 21 weeks at the Willsboro Constructed Wetland pilot project site. BRASS is a membership-based, volunteer-oriented organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of water and life in the Bouquet River watershed.

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