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Beyond the Office: Three are partners in law and dance

What is relaxing, good for your posture (and overall fitness), something you can take anywhere you go, and an activity in which your adult children may participate as well as your law firm partners? Thomas FitzGerald, partner at Hiscock & ...

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Beyond the Office: Attorney Lowell loves do-it-yourself projects

“Gutters aren’t that hard to replace,” Jill Lowell said as she talked about her experience with do-it-yourself projects around the house. She has experience pouring a concrete floor, building two different decks, fixing the foundation of her house, and adding ...

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Beyond the Office: Crummins plays what he loves, musically

The Charlie Mitchell Group has played at the Brighton Farmers’ Market, South Wedge Farmers’ Market, dozens of private and charity events, and as the warm up music prior to shows at the Winton Road Downstairs Cabaret. With that in mind, ...

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Rheinstein to volunteer in Israel, for 4th time

In just a few days, attorney Thomas Rheinstein will be headed to Israel where he will don army fatigues and spend his days on a military base with a couple dozen other Volunteers for Israel performing whatever tasks are assigned. ...

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Beyond the Office: Durkin has a love for gourmet dinners

A Rochester resident since his undergraduate days at the University of Rochester, Tom Durkin enjoys cooking with a number of talented gourmet chefs in the area, and gives particular credit to Jan Egger as a mentor who helped pique his ...

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Sciortino: Attorney, judge, local rock star

Rochester attorney and judge Michael Sciortino has played bass guitar with bands such as Axis, Almost Equal, Stifler’s Mom and Everdream. Currently, Sciortino performs with Cherry Bomb, a local five-member pop/rock band, at least a twice a month. “I grew ...

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The beat goes on for Robert Brenna

Robert L. Brenna, Jr. didn’t just go to law school and practice as his father before him did. He also became a musician, like his father, who played clarinet in the Bobby Brenna Orchestra along with saxophone player Pat Dinolfo, ...

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Marcia Havens’ horses part of her way of life

Marcia Havens only commutes about 15 feet to work each morning, but that is after a 5:30 a.m. horseback ride and perhaps 90 minutes of chores in the barn. She has no worries about getting to the gym, either — ...

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Tompsett hits new heights climbing mountains

Stamina, endurance, courage and discipline are some of the words that come to mind when Kevin Tompsett, partner at Harris Beach PLLC, talks about his mountain climbing experiences. Knowledge, experience, supplies and equipment are equally important, and in putting together ...

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