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LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - MAY 17, 2020 5/28 No Texting Either new or existing gardens rototilled. 48" rototiller. Call Don At 356-4089 Rototilling Either n w or existing garde s rototilled. 48" rototiller. Phone 584-3731 4/3 Congratulations Analiese Vasciannie on your graduation from SUNY Geneseo, Class of 2020! Love, Mom, Dad Grandma and Vanessa. GO KNIGHTS! ALL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 297-9097 • 768-7737 • Interior Painting • Plaster/Lath Restoration • Drywall & Drywall Repair • Texture Removal • Floors Stripped & Refinished • Old Ceilings & Walls Made Like New! Mike Darby's Patch & Paint LEGAL TO WORK DURING COVID-19 FOLLOWING ALL CDC GUIDELINES FOR THOSE AT HIGHER RISK, for your protection and peace of mind Mike Darby's Patch & Paint will be using UVC light (kills 99.8% of all germs, viruses & bacteria) to sanitize work area at end of everyday if requested. Also, specialized ventalation options available. Robert Boyce to Receive Alpha Medal of Service Award The Genesee Community College Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2020 recipient of the Alpha Medal of Service will be Robert L. Boyce of LeRoy, NY. Mr. Boyce will receive this honor as part of the College's first Virtual Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, June 6, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. being broadcast at www. genesee.edu . Since it was established in 2006, theAlphaMedal ofService has honored individuals who have provided extraordinary volunteer and/or philanthropic support to Genesee Community College. This distinguished Medal recognizes recipients that exemplify high levels of service to the College and the community and expresses appreciation to individuals whose influence positively impacts the growth and well- being of Genesee Community College. Mr. Boyce served as president of the Genesee Community College Foundation from 2012-2015 and a board member since 2005, during which time he volunteered his time and energy in a number of different capacities including serving on the Finance Committee and the Fund Development Committee as chairman, the Risk Management Committee, several Annual Campaign committees, as well as the search committees for GCC's annual fund director. Mr. Boyce, now a retired insurance broker from Tompkins Insurance Agencies, was the president and CEO of Ernest Townsend and Son, Inc. from 1972 through 2000, when he sold his interest in the firm to the Tompkins Holding Company. His other civic leadership commitments include nine years on the United Memorial Medical Center Group Board including a term as president; ten years serving as president with the LeRoy Emergency Ambulance Service; and 50 years as a member and past president of the LeRoy International Rotary Club where he is also a Paul Harris Fellow. He was a member of the Town of LeRoy Board of Assessment and Review for 15 years and a trustee of Our Lady of Mercy Parish in LeRoy. He was recently named the LeRoyan of the Year in 2018. Mr. Boyce served in the U.S. Army and graduated with a Business degree from the University of Buffalo. In his spare time, Mr. Boyce enjoys time with his wife, Elizabeth (Beth), their three adult children and six grandchildren. He is also a 50-year veteran season ticket holder for both the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabres.