Bysiek was the only Southern Tier native
being honored. A luncheon reception at the
Hyatt Regency in Buffalo was held Oct. 13 to
honor this year's award winners.
State Workers' Compensation Board. Since
graduating from the State University of New
York at Buffalo School of Law in 2004, her
practice had exclusively focused on workers'
compensation law, most recently as in-house
defense counsel for Liberty Mutual Group,
Inc. She lives in Amherst with her husband,
Joe DiMartino, '01, and their two sons.
Law School. He and his family will be relocat-
ing to Ithaca.
in strategy from the University
of Notre Dame Mendoza
School of Business in May
Stolinski and his partners will be interviewing
veterans, service members, and family mem-
bers in an effort to preserve their oral histo-
ries. "These interviews will be uploaded to the
National Archives and used to create graphic
novels that will be published online, bringing
these stories to a wider audience," Stolinski
writes. He welcomes email from the Bonaven-
ture family at firstname.lastname@example.org.
of the 2016 American
Institute of Certified
Forensic and Valuation
Services Standing Ova-
recognizes young CPAs who exhibit ex-
emplary professional achievement. Eki-
moff is a director in the Financial
Advisory Services practice of Resolution
Economics Group, an economics, statis-
tics, forensic accounting and economic
damages consulting firm with offices in
Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington,
D.C., and New York. He focuses on
forensic accounting, white collar mat-
ters, purchase price and post-acquisition
disputes, U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission and other regulatory en-
forcement actions, internal investiga-
tions, accounting and auditor
malpractice, and assisting companies
Whipple Buttafaro, P.C. She
joined the firm in June 2008
as a staff accountant and be-
came a certified public ac-
countant in July 2012.
Flanigan is a member of the
New York State Society of
Certified Public Accountants and the Ameri-
can Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
She serves as the treasurer on the Olean Food
Pantry Board of Trustees.
moted to manager at
Buffamante Whipple Butta-
faro, P.C. He joined the firm
in June 2009 as a staff ac-
countant and became a cer-
tified public accountant in
New York State Society of Certified Public
Wizards. Nicholson, a 2012 first-round NBA
pick, played his first four NBA seasons with
the Orlando Magic.
Buttafaro, P.C. Opferbeck, of Ashville, joined
staff accountant and became
a certified public accountant
in April 2015. He is a member
of the New York State Society
of Certified Public Account-
lic accountant in the state of New York.
Quinn, of Olean, joined Buffamante Whipple
Buttafaro, P.C. in June 2015 and is a staff
accountant in the Olean office.
Oberwart in Austria. Last season, Cumber-
batch played for Etha in Cypriot's Division A.
In 17 games, he was Etha's fifth leading
scorer at 16.4 points per game. Cumberbatch
helped Etha make it to the Cypriot Cup semi-
finals and was named to Eurobasket.com's
All-Cyprus League Honorable Mention. He
also spent part of the 2015-16 season with
MMCITE Brno in the Czech Republic.
cial media coordinator at
Martin Davison Public Rela-
tions, the public relations af-
filiate of The Martin Group.
He is based in the company's
faro, P.C., as a staff account-
ant in the firm's Jamestown
and Olean offices.
a junior mother (their terminology for
a junior account manager), handling
campaign development, client rela-
tions and project management,
among other duties. He is working
on the U.S. launch of Boots No.7, a
UK beauty brand, as well as Head-
space, a meditation app.
Bonaventure basketball history, has
signed a professional contract to play
for the Sendai 89ers in Japan.
P.C., as a staff account-
ant in the firm's
Jamestown and Olean
Eddie Perry, '09, ran the Disney Wine and Dine Half
Marathon with two Bonaventure classmates. Pictured
with Team Bonnies are Perry (left), Nick David, '09,
and George Roland, '09.