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Patrick J. Lafferty, a 1984 Immaculate Heart Central graduate, was hired as North America CEO of Bartle Bogle Hegarty, one of the world’s largest creative marketing companies, with locations across the globe.

Mr. Lafferty, son of former Jefferson County Sheriff James L. Lafferty, previously served as the CEO of McCann Erickson in North America, an advertising company in New York City. Mr. Lafferty will be responsible for driving growth at the company’s offices in New York and Los Angeles, according to a company press release.

Mr. Lafferty earned his MBA through a joint program of Queen’s College, Kingston, Ontario, and Cornell University, Ithaca. He also served as a commander of the 511th Military Police Company at Fort Drum.Dr. Stephan Vigliotti has joined the staff at the 1000 Islands Center of Dental Technology at the Clayton Dental Office.

A 2011 graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine with a minor in endodontics, Dr. Vigliotti remained in the Buffalo area for completion of his residency, followed by a year in private practice in Orchard Park.

Dr. Vigliotti and his wife, Caitlin, grew up in the area, graduating in 2003 from General Brown and Thousand Islands high schools respectively.

The couple live in Clayton with their son, Michael.Barton & Loguidice, PC, has expanded its Watertown office with the addition of three employees.

Steven J. Olmstead has rejoined the firm as a senior project engineer in the water-wastewater group. Mr. Olmstead was employed with B&L at the firm’s main office in Syracuse prior to his relocation to Lewis County in 2005. He returns to B&L with over 20 years of experience.

Since 2005 he has worked throughout the north country in engineering and construction, and since 2009 he has managed a small consulting firm that provides design and construction management services for water, wastewater, site planning and residential and commercial buildings. Mr. Olmstead is a graduate of Clarkson University, Potsdam, and SUNY Cortland.

Jeffrey E. Robinson has transferred to the Watertown office from the Syracuse office. He is relocating from Liverpool back to his hometown of LaFargeville and is an engineer in the firm’s facilities group.

Lucas J. Tabolt has joined the firm as an engineer in the water-wastewater group. A resident of Liverpool, Mr. Tabolt graduated from Clarkson University and will split his time between the Watertown and Syracuse offices.Alekzandra Huttemann-Kall has been hired as marketing director at Thousand Islands Winery, Alexandria Bay.

She is responsible for the marketing and advertising departments and will help expand the winery’s marketing strategies and design promotional materials.

Ms. Huttemann-Kall earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing with a concentration in international business from SUNY Oswego and the University of Barcelona.

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