2019 Inductees


    Craig Densmore - Visiting Professor, Department of Packaging Science at RIT - Class of 1970
    Previous experience includes Senior Director of Packaging Innovations for Supply Chain Optimizers and Birds Eye Foods, Global Packaging Machinery Standardization team Leader for Bausch & Lomb, General Manager of Manufacturing and Distribution for Just Toys, Inc and COO of H.H. Sullivan, Inc. Community Involvement/Memberships includes Finger Lakes Health Board of Directors and Life Member of the Gates Volunteer Ambulance. Honors and Awards included Ameristar Award for development of Birds Eye Foods Steamfresh Vegetable line, F.W. Conway Award from the Gates Volunteer Ambulance for distinguished service and Life Membership of the Gates Volunteer Ambulance Service.


    Cosmo Giunta - Gates Town Supervisor - Class of 1987
    Previous experience includes Town Clerk & Receiver of Taxes, Deputy Town Clerk, Legal Assistant-Foreclosure Department, Business Consultant, Risk Management Supervisor, Operations Manager and Business Project Manager at local businesses. Community Involvement/Memberships includes Monroe County Supervisor Association, Gates Youth Soccer League Board Member, Italian American Sports Club Member, Italian Civic League Member, 4 Point Rod & Gun Club Member, NYS Public Notary and NYS DEC Licensed Sales Agent.


    Michael King - Case Manager for Bilingual Vets in Springfield, MA - Class of 1993
    Previous experience includes Interim director of Safety & Security and the United States Army. Honors and Awards included Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medals, Army Commendation Medals, Army Achieve Medals, Valorous Unit Award, Meritorious Unit Commendation Army Superior Unit award Good Conduct Medals National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Combat Action Badge 1st place in Sculpture and combat experience categories, alumni award at Lesley Art and Design, Committee Choice Award, BUILT 2015. Community Involvement/Memberships include active member of both the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association.


    Scott Lyle - President of Mass Equities, Inc. in California - Class of 1986
    Previous experience includes sales executive at an NBC affiliate, Artist-in-Residence at the Alleyway Theatre, First Vice President, Senior Vice President of Operations,Manager of Telecommunications Services and Vice President of Telecommunications and Technology Services for Arden Realty Inc., President and CEO of Next Edge, Inc., and COO of GE Capital Real Estate. Community Involvement/Memberships include energy conservation and sustainability, advocacy for critical issues that face the LA community, both volunteer and economic support for the Oak Park neighborhood school district, Honors and Awards include Chairman of the Energy & Environmental Committee for the LABC


    Patrick McGrain - Associate Professor and Program coordinator of Criminal Justice at Gwynedd Mercy University in Pennsylvania - Class of 1990
    Previous experience includes Assistant Professor Criminal Justice at Holy Family University and Director, Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program: Assistant Professor at DeSales University. Community Involvement/Memberships include Plymouth Little League Coach, Little League Umpire, USA Volleyball Referee, Plymouth Little League Board Member Honors and Awards include Certificate of Merit in Training from Temple University and Montclair Who's Who in Collegiate Faculty.


    Amanda Ross - Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Alabama - Class of 2002
    Previous experience includes Assistant Professor of Economics, Finance, and Legal Studies at the University of Alabama, Assistant Professor Department of Economics at West Virginia University and Faulty Research Associate at West Virginia University. Community Involvement/Memberships include Coordinate a referee mentor group in Alabama for young officials, teach referee courses and conduct ongoing training sessions for more senior officials and serve as a faculty advisors to a women's empowerment group. Honors and Awards include University of Alabama President's Faculty Research Award, West Virginia University Department of Economics Research Award, Lincoln Land Institute Young Scholar and Maxwell Dissertation Award.


    Nicholas Stefanovic - Director of Veterans Service Agency for Monroe County - Class of 2000
    Previous experience include United States Marine corps, Judicial assessment Specialist for the NY State court system, Consultant for Justice for Vets, Center for court Innovation, and the National Institute of corrections, Instructor for the United States Marine corps, . Community Involvement/Memberships include Marine Corps Coordination council, Vice Chair of the VOC board of directors, founded a united council of organizations that work in addiction and recovery services for United Recovery council of Monroe County and Advocacy on Behalf of Treatment courts. Honors and Awards include John R. Schwartz Accountability Meets Compassion Award, War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Certificate of Commendation, Combat Action Ribbon Global, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon.