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"alfred university" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:13 min | 22 hrs ago

"alfred university" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of the series Giants through 7 to 6 win last night. I'm John Miller, which today's get Capital show with the skipper the Giants and capital. In the sixth inning, the critical learning where the Rocky scored five runs. There was a chaotic play a basic by doll into shallow right center field, and Dickerson threw the ball ostensibly toward second base but overshot. Brandon Crawford. The throw rolled all the way through the infield over to the Giants dugout. Where wanted Paronto actually picked it up the pitcher backing up home plate, But Chad Trump, the catcher. Also Left home plate unattended going after the ball and Chris Sowings ended up scoring with nobody there covering the plate, so maybe you could break the play down for us. What happened? What should have happened? Yeah, just dissect the place from the beginning. I really like this idea. So when Dickerson comes up with Paula Things just are moving, evolving fast form. You mentioned that it is post game for us or something of mine Be saying that I think that You know if he just kind of slows things down a little bit. Makes a nice, easy throw to second base in and obviously we're not have this conversation, but this is a game where human error He's part of things, and we have to consider that once that happens, we have to be in the right place right time. So the ball is is overthrown. It's kind of in no man's land talk to roll over about. He kind of felt like it was a jailbreak played, but there was no right 100%. Decision on top East part also spoke to create Albert as are catching coach. This is how much we dissect, but his position on did I support this is unless you know there's going to be somebody there at the plate. It doesn't make much sense to vacate your position. Now, let's let's go on the assumption that you do leave the plane. At that point, will you? Will you report the out of somebody else is there? I don't know. The the answer is going to be yes. There. I also don't know if Trump he stays home. And Peralta is the backup if he's able to record beyond a plea, and finally and this is just me acknowledging you just can't you don't have Alfred University. What happened? I'm not sure if only strive to take tries to take my place in Trump standing, so it is a very nuanced play on just around this up, big, chaotic. And I think like woes point, it's probably best you don't You don't have the right answers. When you watched the video, there's a steel to the game that note to execute. Practically everybody has to have all right. So some fascinating inside baseball there. Looking at tonight's Ballgame. The Giants facing Herrmann Marquez, the right hander who has gotten off to an excellent start, and the Giants with a different lineup, then last night. With Pablo Sandoval doing the d H ing and also Tyler Heinemann is back in behind the plate. Couple of switch enters, Tell us about the line up against Marquez tonight. First notable personal life. People are probably wondering about his John with Trump right. He saw you've got some success, really taking good swings the last couple of games and some people might be wondering why he's not back in. Reason he's not back in there because we just not coming off the bench and frame injury. Three days in a row is just a little bit much and also fireman's done a pretty good job back a swell so we felt like getting that switch it on Diamond right there in the middle. Dr dot Sandoval. It actually kind of amazing. Just pokes match up later engaged and one of the things you'll notice is that we stop left handers of top. And your strengths to date Kristen Bell back, which in theory could give them a nice opportunity to catch up. But deal pitch yesterday positive pitch today before And we feel like against Marquez. We might want to take some shots earlier game. Really? Investigators? Yeah, has obviously has done damage. But Dickerson, as you've seen the last couple of days, those strong as well. More with Gabe Kapler..

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"alfred university" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"alfred university" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Just trying to point yeah simple straightforward doug. God bless you're a wonderful man. Thank you for telling us this story. Please give Mary our best. All right I will thank you. Thank you very much. That's that's pretty pretty. That's I like that story lot I WANNA give a plug out of these spokes advertise with us. Whatever like that but not every year but Every few years My wife and I will like to go for anniversary to the Red Osha. And and we go for for prime rib and they of course you know it. Prime Rib is is a very tasty thing. He humans have an amazing ability to eat beef but The but we in in tomorrow's anniversary and one of the unfortunate things about the shutdown is that you can't go out. There's nothing you can do right and I don't know if the red oceans cooking but if they were I'd I'd sit in the parking lot someplace and do that. Here's another area where Or Pat wants to rub something in okay. Next caller is having a better day than you and I are packed. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven. Eighty Sir thank you sir I don't know you mean by up something in bought I. I was telling your answering person there. I listen to you that But lately be work. I feel guilty. Unfortunately I'm one of the people that have benefited from this Excellent I'm doing I'm doing well. I've been listening to you. I met camp out on Williamson Lake Ontario Location..

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"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Ladies and gentlemen. He is a true business giant and based in state college in our own state, Lance, welcome to the show, Lance. Thank you, Roger. It's a pleasure to be an today. And thank you for asking me, very kind of you. Now, this is truly a delight to have you on. Now, we are in the Pittsburgh area lens. So I know that your company owns the Marietta next to the PPT paints arena where the penguins play is there. Do you have other phthalates are our operations here? Yes. A matter of fact, I do love Pittsburgh love two people. Love the Steelers come down there a lot. I own the Marriott city centre four hundred rooms chapel point kinda minium is and a project of mine that says fifty two kinda minium, and then brand or construction is in prospect, Pennsylvania does industrial construction airports tunnels. We have about a thousand employees in Pennsylvania. So yeah, very familiar with Pittsburgh. I like the people call him true, grit, people they're tough but fair, and when I come down I come down about once a month or so in always enjoy myself, and we're glad you're here. No lens, you you've, you know, very successful business person diversified in many ways. So I wanna go back. To sort of your roots? Growing up was your family in business. Yes. My father was a small businessman. He was a partner in a drilling company any had a he had a sporting good distribution company. I should say that I was very fortunate that I grew up in a wonderful family and a wonderful town, which is New York just a small oil town. But it was kind of a community where you could let your kids. Night or walk to school, and you never worried about them. And so that was my basis headed great, mom and dad and my brother two sisters. My brother initially startled me actually in the business. So I had that foundation. And it was a great foundation to start. Yeah. No, that's great. And for me to my grandfather wasn't a business, although my parents Kip to skip the business bar, but I still it was always fascinating. When I went home for vacations in in your case, Lance so you got into real estate. But in in what you told me what the father and small business was nothing to do with real estate. So what got you into real estate? Well, when I was at Alfred university, I really wasn't ten and trying to start my own business, and is most people the first problem is money. I didn't have much. That's right. So I spent a year and a half working for Howard Hughes drilling company in Canada, save some money and my dad was kind enough to lend me some money. He didn't have a lot. But he lent me some, and so I started very small with a ten room motel in a very small student housing Bellevue. And in you know, I went to when I started my business land tonight put together a business plan and brilliant set in it had cash flat think we had revenues of twenty million. It's an IT company twenty million in five years to get to a Bank banks at all those great numbers. But the cash flow will kill you. So we're not going to give you alone. Did you have any experience going to banks? Oh, I got out of more banks than. New York state. Yeah. It's it's true. You know, there's there's a feeling that at times that you know, banks will lend you money if you don't need it. Back in bankers because a lot of them are might best friends over the last forty years worked closely with a number of banks, and they're good people. But it's tough. You just you have to have that true, grit perseverance. And piece together, whatever you can in my case. I really didn't qualify for low and on any building of any size. So I just kind of a home school. I bought every book by and finance foreclosures the law, and I just studied tonight. I realized you know, look, you've got you've got to do something with the Bank in foreclosure department, where they foreclosed on a small building or an apartment, and you got to go in there and convince them that you'll do sweat equity. You'll pay you'll fix your repair. And that that that's where I actually started Rochester savings Bank with large dormitory down payment. Take over the loan. I've worked for five years, you know, it doing virtually everything similar to the first motel. I got involved with you can't afford to hire people. So you're you're basically, you're basically have to be willing to do everything. That's necessary. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. And but also that gave you an advantage that you knew every part of the business. Yeah. It's a good way. To learn you have no. Money, and you have to. School for business. I read let school of hard knocks. So so what what really got your scale is unbelievable. I, you know, so so how did from from where you started you took that small loans. How did it progress? Well, and the hotel side we had an opportunity to purchase Sheraton up in Lockport New York, which is by Niagara Falls. You know by taking over the loan went up did the research building a power plant up there called Somerset power plant. And this is this is a long time ago thirty five years, and we went up and studied it and so on so forth and my brothers Whitney. And we decided we'll take the step. And again, we just learned we just did everything at that hotel that needed to be done, and we made it successful. So that was the launch pad. You know, I I it was a hundred room property, and and we had a couple of years and started to make some money. And of course, you're going to grow business. You have to save save money. You can't just spend it all. Yeah. And then and then and then subsequently did you just incrementally by hotels or how how did how did you own a number of doubts now? Right. Yeah. We just you know, I would chip away and look for opportunities and try to save a down payment for property so slowly in the eighties. You know, got up to acquiring about ten properties. And then in the nineties, I formed a partnership with a pension fund, you know, and at that time, it was the first RTC Bank failures in Texas. Okay. And partnered. Partnered with some investment funds pension funds. I went out to Texas and spent three years and at the end of that time head acquired thirty eight hotels. Wow from banks so on and, you know, put them put them in good working order and make them profitable. And you know, you certainly understand the hotel business is is it a secret sauce does. Because when I look at read about hotels, some in amid sometimes a here like hotel shutting down or going into bankruptcy, and like, but you'll be successful throughout your career lands. What what would you say is sort of the secret sauce in in your in in in your business? On the hotel side. The first the first requirement is start with a sound financial basis. You can't over leverage. I never borrowed for furniture. I never did Lee seeing I always paid casseroles items. And I've always just kept, you know, first mortgage on my hotel. So you have to keep the leverage down the bad times because they always come and then have good relationships with your banks. Can't tell them the truth. You know, I'm having an issue, but I work it out bankers like the truth. And then it's the people, and it's all about the associates. I think we have the best people in the hotel business, and I tried very very hard to do a few things one. Is you really need to apart your socio of what you expected them. What are your goals where are you heading? How are you going to get there? The second thing that's really really important. Is you need to align? Your interest with your associates, and that means you want them to feel free to have family time. They have a child in little league company. They can go they can watch. And then financially. You know, we have a bonus system that we try to structure star associates that Wedneday succeed the property or accompany because I have different companies succeed, they get to share somewhat at the benefit, and it's not only important from a financial perspective. But it you're saying, thank you. Thank you for being here. Thank you for giving a hundred percent. So I think sharing praise financial benefits, and then being very user friendly the people's needs that they have at home or they have an issue. They feel they can talk to you about it. No, this is really valuable advice. You know for our listeners things if you have many who have small businesses in our there's very few who have run and build something of your scale two billion dollars in in transaction. So for those listening in what what valuable advice yours to as to how to grow? Now, as you grunts what I found in my business to Lance it becomes more of a trust and relationship in and you talked about some linemen and expectations and like, but do you see this mortis up as a people business at at at your level? I think it's all about the people in all businesses. Okay. I think it's it's it's just absolutely critical that you have a relationship with all the socio. That's where they feel. They can take. They can get ahead. They could get promoted in our companies, we do a lot of promotion from within. You know, you want to have a relationship, which is one. Trust, you know, and then employee themselves have to feel that you're going to be truthful with them, you know, to recessions ago things hit very badly in mind and ten we had thanked failures. Nobody could borrow money people wouldn't travel, you know, and then we had September eleven which was a disaster for many businesses. We're in in. I know people said, well, what are you going to do? Are you going to handle it? I should. I'm just going to a conference call employee's all of our socio on the phone. I'm just going to be honest with them and. I did I got on the phone. I said everybody's gotta take a ten percent cut in pay. I'll take fifty. It's going to be a couple years. Jesus data. We've got layoff hundred hundred fifteen -ployees everybody supported the program. Everybody said, yes, we'll do that, you know, because that's the right thing to do you hit tremendous support by all of our wonderful socio, and we got through it. And we went to our banks..

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"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Welcome to the show lands. Thank you. Roger it's a pleasure to be on today. And thank you for asking me, very kind of you know, this is truly a delight to have you on. Now, we are in the Pittsburgh area lens. So I know that your company owns the Marietta next to the PPG paints arena where the penguins play is there. Do you have other hotels or our operations here? Yes. Yes. A matter of fact, I do Pittsburgh love two people. Love the Steelers come down there a lot. I own the Marriott city centre four hundred rooms capital. Toy kind of minions is in a project of my that says fifty two kind of minium minions, and then or construction is in prospect, Pennsylvania does industrial construction airports tunnels, we have about a thousand employees in Pennsylvania. So yeah, very familiar with Pittsburgh. I I like the people call him true, grit, people they're tough but fair, and when I come down I come down about once a month or so and I'll always enjoy myself. And we're glad you're here. No lens. You you, you know, very successful businessperson diversified in many ways. So I wanna go back. Sort of your roots? Growing up was your family in business. Yes. My father was a small businessman who was a partner in a drilling company, and he had a he had a sporting good distribution company. I should say that I was very fortunate that I grew up in a wonderful family and a wonderful town, which is New York just a small oil town. But it was kind of a community where you could let your kids. A lot at night or walk to school, and you never worried about them. And so that was my basis had a great mom and dad and my brother two sisters. My brother initially startled me actually in the business. So I had that foundation. And it was a great foundation to start. Yeah. No, that's great. And for me to my grandfather was in the business, although my parents Kip to skip the business bar, but I still it was always fascinating. When I went home for vacations in your case, Lance so you got into real estate. But in what you told me what you father and small business was nothing to do with real estate. So what got you into real estate? Well, when I was at Alfred university, I really wouldn't tent on trying to start my own business, and is most people the first problem is money. I didn't have much. That's right. So I spent a year and a half working for Howard Hughes drilling company in Canada, save some money and my dad was kind enough to lend me some money. He didn't have a lot. But he went he some. And so I started very small with a ten room motel and a very small student housing building. And in you know, I went to when I started my business, Lance, you know, I put together a business plan and brilliant night said it had casual I think we had revenues of twenty million. It's an IT company twenty million in five years too. Good to Abang banks at all those great numbers. But the cash flow will kill you. So we're not going to give you alone. Did you have any experience going to banks? Oh, I I got sewer out of more banks than. New York state. Yeah. It's it's true. You know, there's there's a feeling that at times that you know, banks will lend you money if you don't need it. Back in bankers because a lot of might best friends over the last forty years worked closely with a number of banks, and they're good people. It's tough. You just you have to have that true, grit perseverance. And piece together, whatever you can in my case. I really didn't qualify for low and on any building of any size. So I just kind of a home schooled. I bought every book I could buy and finance foreclosures the law, and I just studied tonight. I realized you know, look, you've got you've got to do something with the Bank in the foreclosure department where they foreclosed on a small building or an apartment, and you gotta go in there and convince him that you'll do sweat equity and you'll pay you'll fix your repair. And that that that's where I actually started Rochester savings Bank with a large dormitory down payment. Take over the loan. I've worked for five years, you know, it doing virtually everything similar to what the first motel. I got involved with you can't afford to hire people. So you're you're basically, you're basically have to be willing to do everything. That's necessary. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. And but also that gave you an advantage that you knew every part of the business. Yeah. It's a good way. To learn is you have no money. And you have to. Then it's offense school for business. I read let school of hard knocks. So so what what really I mean, your scale is unbelievable. You know? So so how did from from where you started you took that small loans? How did it progress? Well, and the hotel side we had an opportunity to purchase a Sheraton up in Lockport New York, which is by Niagara Falls. You know by taking over the loan went up did the research building a power plant up there called Somerset nuclear power plant. And this is this is a long time ago thirty five years, and we went up and studied it, and so and so forth and my brothers Whitney. And we decided we'll take the step. And again, we just learned we did everything at that hotel it needed to be done, and we made it successful. So that was the launch pad. You know, I I it was one hundred room property, and and we had a couple of years and started to make some money. And of course, you're going to grow business. You have to save save money. You can't just spend it all. Yeah. And then and then and then subsequently did you? Just incrementally by hotels or how how do you own a number two foot doubts now? Right. Yeah. We just you know, I would chip away and look for opportunities and try to save a down payment for property, and so you know, slowly in the eighties. You know, got up to acquiring about ten properties. And then in the nineties, I formed a partnership with a pension fund, you know, and at that time, it was the first RTC Bank in Texas. Okay. And partnered. Partnered with some investment funds pension funds. I went out to Texas and spent three years and at the end of that time had acquired thirty eight hotels. Wow from banks so on and, you know, put them put them in good working order and make them profitable. And. You certainly understand the hotel business is is it a secret sauce to is. Because when I look at read about hotels, some amid sometimes I hear like hotel shutting down or going into bankruptcy, and like, but you've been successful throughout your career lands. What what would you say is sort of the secret sauce in your in in your business? On the hotel side. The first the first requirement is start with a sound financial basis. You can't over leverage. I never borrowed for furniture. I never did leasing I always pay cash those items, and I've always just kept, you know, a first mortgage on my hotel. So you have to keep the leverage down, but the bad times 'cause they always come. And then have good relationships with your banks have problems, tell them the truth. You know, I'm having an issue, but I work it out bankers like the truth. And and then it's the people, and it's all about the associates. I think we have the best people in the hotel business, and I tried very very hard to do a few things one. Is you really need to apart your socio? It's what you expected them. What are your goals where are you heading? How are you going to get there? And the second thing that's really really important. Is you need to align? Your interest with your associates, and that means that you want them to feel free to have family time. They have a child in little league. It's our company they've been go. They can watch. And then financially. You know, we have a bonus system that we try to structure our associates that when day succeed the property or accompany because I have different companies succeed, they get to share somewhat at the benefit, and it's not only important from a financial perspective. But it you're saying, thank you. Thank you for being here. Thank you for giving a hundred percent. So I think sharing praise finan-. Benefits, and then being very user friendly with people's needs that they have at home or they have an issue. They feel they can talk to you about it knowing this is a really valuable advice, you know, for our listeners things, it'd be have many who have small businesses. You know, there's very few who have run and build something of your scale two billion dollars in transactions. So for those listening in what what valuable advice yours to as to how to grow? No. As you grunts what I found in my business to Lance. It becomes more of a trust and relationship, and you talked about some alignment and expectations and like, but do you see this Motta's up as a people business at your level? I think it's all about the people in all businesses. Okay. I think it's it's it's just absolutely critical that you have a relationship with all the socio. That's where they feel. They can they can they can get ahead. They can get promoted in our company, we do a lot of promotion from within, you know, you wanna have a relationship which is one of trust, you know, and then employee's, and you have to feel that you're you're going to be truthful with them, you know, to recessions ago things hit very badly in nine and ten. We had thanked failures. Nobody could borrow money people wouldn't travel, you know, and then we had September eleven which was a disaster for many businesses. We're in I, you know, people said, well, what are you gonna do? Are you going to handle it? I should I'm just going to a conference call with all of our employees all of our socio on the phone. I'm just going to be honest with them. And I did I got in the phone. I said everybody's gotta take a ten percent cut in pay. I'll take fifty it's going to be a couple of years that we've got layoff hundred hundred fifteen -ployees everybody supported the program. Everybody said, yes, we'll do that you know, because that's the right thing to do hit. Tremendous support by all of our wonderful socio, and we got through it. And we went to our banks. We laid up playing you said this what we're gonna do. We're gonna we're gonna meet all of obligations, and we did it. I think when you're faced with adversity. Don't go in the closet, and you know, don't don't don't walk away from it face it. Head iron dislike it ship. You turned into the way when it's coming just turn the ship and get ready. Yeah. No lands. That is invaluable. So, ladies and gentlemen, we've got to go to a quick commercial break right now. And we'll be right back with Len.

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"alfred university" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"alfred university" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"That's sad that that this has to happen. And hopefully, everybody will be able to come to an agreement in the future and straighten all this out. But you know, as you said, the kids are the ones that get hurt by this seems like always the case that the kids are the forgotten one or the players in all of this Mark, thanks so much for chiming in with us giving us up to date as to what's going on keep us up to date, and hopefully as I said this all get straightened out. Thanks for having me. Tell me. All right, Mark, take care marquee Filipo chiming in. I mean, he needs right? You play all year playing one way. And then now, you pro supplants. Okay. You got to change it. It's not right. No, especially when you're talking about the way that you manage a game. You know, what I mean from lines and all the different things that come into play, especially with hockey, you're talking about, you know, two minutes is a big difference in how you're going to manage a game in how you're going to go attack a game. I think this. It's a big difference from from regular season to play offs. Rick former coaching standpoint when you're talking about preparing your team. And you're looking at this a the been going seventeen minutes all year. Now you to go down to fifteen and the penalty minute changing. How does that change your perspective from a coach the the line changes you'd like to have a deep bench? If you're if you're playing in a longer seventeen minute periods. But the big difference is on the power play. And the penalty kill to have that extra. Thirty seconds is huge. Because you see a lot of. Schemes were you might take thirty seconds or so to figure out what the power place doing and adjust defensively in the same from defensive standpoint. But it is to change before the playoffs. I just can't understand why New York state would would do then just instead of playing out the season through the play offs and then explored at the state meetings in may from air conditioning standpoint in the skating standpoint, is it going to be that much of a difference for the players. Yeah. When six minutes. You know, especially when the girls we play fifteen minute periods. Six minutes is a is a good chunk of hockey. That's almost a half a period. That is a lot to shifts Frank. Yeah. It's at least shift and a half per line. I went back and crunch some numbers. Now francis. We get to eight to fifteen games on any given week boys and girls how many goals were scored in that final minute of a period or at the end of the game. So that those extra two minutes are huge. I counted twelve alone that I've been at were goal was scored with less than two minutes to play in a game. Not just period in a game. So it is it is huge. All right, guys. Let's get back into in the news and notes Francis. Go ahead. Well, Stephen Boyd from cardinal, Harry might remember him a big piece of that cardinal hair football team this past year. He announced his commitment. Mercy Hearst's so congrats to him. We have a big congratulations to wrestling. Coach Mike Missouri from Saint Francis. He picked up his three hundred career victory as a coach and up some updates from Tim Slade indoor track and field in college is on for today as well as the wrestling needs are met a workers at their. And then the cheerleading championships are going to be tomorrow. There's still on but they have been moved from buffalo St. to star point. So keep in mind that and then we have another news and no Andrew parole from Lou fort has officially signed to Ron d one track and field and cross country. Echinacea's college did you ever? Anything just a couple of things I was down at south western high school last night. Erin Radic went over one thousand points last night. She needed twenty five going into the game the first half. She was held. I believe six points, maybe eight and I says, you know, what maple Grove's playing defense. Maybe I should just go pass up on the second half and go down Davidson's. Well, I fortunately did not decide to do that. And she had quite a third quarter and early in the fourth quarter. She has a thousand points they beat maple grove now looks like they got the lock on the CCA, see whatever one or two east or west. So there again, congratulations. She's fun to watch. Especially if you're not familiar, whether you go down there, and you look at the warm ups. Before they take their warm objects often, you can't read the numbers, and you're saying, gee, I wonder which ones Aaron Radic, it'd probably be the fourth or fifth choice. There's going to be a number of signings on Wednesday. It's national signed Davis. Just a follow up for Francis. Canisius has there's coming trista Vanderberg will will officially signed his letter of intent to go play in Ohio. But I believe there's four students athletes from Williamsville north on the docket as well. So plenty of signings this Wednesday. Congratulations, cool, all those athletes also March thirtieth in this year. It will be at park high school, not at commissions, high school will be the senior boys and girls games. We've come up with a bunch of candidates. They will be mailing out letters to the schools inviting candidates and all that, but it'll be March thirtieth. Probably I'm if it's the same time as last year, it'll be twelve thirty two o'clock. Don't hold me to those times. But figure senior day March thirty in the afternoon. All right. The schedule has come out for the two thousand nine hundred clinics and meetings at the elks lodge, thirty three legion Parkway. In Lancaster Mondays at seven thirty. And it's gonna kick off Monday February eleventh, the university of buffalo. Andy. Cordola Nikki co offensive coordinator running backs and they're gonna talk run pass options on Monday, February twenty fifth Colgate university's Paul shaft ner best defensive schemes to win that's one that I need to go to March eleventh a doubleheader they're gonna have Bates college and Syracuse grad gear McLaughlin running backs a special teams, then add Raby defensive coordinator of Morrisville state March twenty March. Eighteenth Brock port St. they're sending their best and let's see April. First Alfred university head coach Bob rankle offenses that win. And then on the fifteenth of April seven o'clock at buff state, head coach Christian ostlund and staff..

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"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"He has been successful in leading the companies in areas such as finance venture capital contract negotiations real estate development, acquisitions and strategic investment advice today as the CEO of shiner, Lance is responsible for the old all management of the company and setting of strategic directions in this leadership role the companies that completed a number of initiatives, including from China growth fund one and two in two thousand nine the companies acquired one hundred fifty four million of. Emotional mortgage debt, which was sold in fourteen months where a forty one person I are the formation of three hundred million hotel investment partnership with five arrows realty securities in two thousand and seven which is now, Shane or holdings, hotel holdings be responsible for both new development and redevelopment over seventy five hotel projects with leading brand affiliation. Such as Marietta, intercontinental and Hilton and formed Shannon, capital LP in twenty ten a hundred million dollar investment fund with interest in finance energy, condominiums water treatment and industrial construction. Ladies and gentlemen. He is a true business giant and based in take college in our own state lands. Welcome to the show, Lance. Thank you, Roger. It's a pleasure to be on today. And thank you for asking me, very kind of you. Now, this is truly a delight to have you on. Now, we are in the Pittsburgh area lands. So I know that your company owns the Mary. Hot next to the PPG paints arena where the penguins play is there. Do you have other hotels are our operations here? Yes. A matter of fact, I do love gets Berg love two people. Love the Steelers come down there a lot. I own the Marriott city center. Four hundred rooms chapel point kinda minium is and a project of my that has fifty two kinda minimums, and then Brander construction is in prospect, Pennsylvania does industrial construction airport tunnels, we have about a thousand employees in Pennsylvania. So yeah, very familiar with Pittsburgh. I I like the people call true grit, people they're tough but fair and when I come down come down about once a month or so, and I always enjoy myself. And we're glad you're here. Now lands, you you you've know very successful businessperson diversified in many ways. So I wanna go back. To sort of your roots? Growing up was your family in business. Yes. My father was a small businessman. He was a partner in a drilling company, and he had a he had a sporting good distribution company. I should say that I was very fortunate that I grew up in a wonderful family and a wonderful town, which is by over New York, just a small oil town. But it was kind of the community where you could let your kids. A lot at night or walk to school, and you never worried about him. And so that was my basis had a great mom and dad and my brother two sisters. My brother initially startled me actually in the business. So I had that foundation. And it was a great foundation to start. Yeah. No, that's great. And and for me to my grandfather wasn't business, although my parents Kip to skip the business bar, but I still it was always fascinating. When I went home for vacations in your case, Lance so you got into real estate, but in in what you told me with your father and small business was nothing to do with real estate. So what got you into real estate? Well, when I was at Alfred university, I really wasn't and trying to start my own business and his most people the first problem is money. I didn't have much. That's right. So I spent a year and a half working for Howard Hughes drilling company in Canada shape, some money and my dad was kind enough to lend me some money. He didn't have a lot. But he wants me some, and so I started very small with a ten room motel in a very small student housing Delpy. And in you know, I went to when I started my business, Lance. I'd put together a business plan and really night said it had cash. Well, I think we had revenues of twenty million. It's an IT company twenty million in five years to to Abang banks at all those are great numbers. But the cash flow will kill you. So we're not going to give you loan. Did you have any experience going to banks? Oh, I I I got out of more banks. New York state. Yeah. It's it's true. You know, there's there's a feeling that at times that you know, banks will lend you money if you don't need it. Back in bankers. Because a lot of them are my best friends over the last forty years worked closely with a number of banks, and they're they're good people. It's tough. You just you have to have that true, grit perseverance. And piece together, whatever you can my case. I really didn't qualify for low and on any building of any size. So I just kind of a home school. I bought every book I could buy and finance foreclosures the law, and I just studied tonight. I realized you know, look, you've got you've got to do something with the Bank foreclosure department, where they foreclosed on a small building or an apartment, and you gotta go in there and convince them that you'll do sweat equity. You'll pay you'll fix your repair. And that that's that's where I actually started well, Rochester savings Bank with large dormitory payments. They let me take over the loan and I worked for five years. You know, doing virtually everything Schindler with the first motel. I got involved with you can't afford to hire people. So you're you're basically, you're basically have to be willing to do everything. That's necessary. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. And but also that gave you an advantage that you knew every part of the business. Yeah. It's a good way. To learn is you have no money and you have to. Best school for business. I agreed land school of hard knocks. So so what what really got your scale is unbelievable. I, you know, so so how did from from where you started you took that small loans or how did it progress? Well on the hotel side. We had an opportunity to purchase a Sheraton up in Lockport New York, which is by Niagara Falls. You know by taking over the loan went up did the research Airtel building the power plant up there called Somerset power plant. And this is this is a long time ago thirty five years, and we went up and studied this, and so and so forth and my brothers Whitney. And we decided we'll take the step. And again, we just learned we just did everything at that hotel it needed to be done, and we made it successful. So that was the launch pad. You know, I I it was one hundred Rome property, and and we had it after a couple of years and starting to make some money. And of course, you're going to grow a business. You have to save save money. You can't just spend it all. Yeah. And then and then and then subsequently did you just incrementally by hotels or how how did how did you own a number of doubts now? Right. Yeah. We just you know, I would ship away and look for opportunities and and try to save a down payment for property and so slowly in the eighties. You know, got up to acquiring about ten properties. And then in the nineties, I formed a partnership with a pension fund, you know, and at that time, it was the first RTC Bank failures in Texas. Okay. And so I partner. Partnered with some investment fund pension funds. I went out to Texas and spent three years and at the end of that time had acquired thirty eight hotels. Wow from banks and so on, and and you know, put put them in good working order and make them profitable. And. You certainly understand the hotel business is is it a secret sauce does. Because when I look at read about hotels, some sometimes a here like hotel shutting down or going into bankruptcy, and like, but you'll been successful throughout your career orlands. What would would you say is sort of the secret sauce in in your in in your business? On the hotel side. The first the first requirement is start with a sound financial basis. You can't over leverage. I never borrowed for furniture. I never did leasing I always pay cash items. And I've always just kept, you know, a first mortgage on my hotel. So you have to keep the leverage down the bad times. 'cause they always come and then have good relationships with your banks. Do you have problems? Tell them the truth. You know, I'm having an issue, but I work it out bankers like the truth. And and then it's the people, and it's all about the associates. I think we have the best people in the hotel business, and I tried very very hard to do a few things one. Is you really need to park your societas? What you expected them? What are your goals where are you heading? How are you going to get there? And the second thing that's really really important. Is you need to align? Your interest with your associates, and that means you want them to feel free to have family time. They have a child and little league our company, they can go. They can watch financially. You know, we have a bonus system that we try to structure Dr associates that when they succeed the property or accompany because I have different companies succeed, they get to share somewhat the benefit and it's not only important from a financial perspective. But it you're saying, thank you. Thank you for being here. Thank you for giving a hundred percent. So I think sharing craze. Financial benefits, and then being very user friendly with people's needs that they have at home or they have an issue. They feel they can talk to you about it. No, this is a really valuable advice. You know for our listeners things we have many who have a small businesses. You know, there's very few who have run and build something of your scale two billion dollars in transactions. So for those listening in what what valuable advice yours to as to how to grow? Now, as you grunts sort I found in my business to Lance Lancet becomes more of a trust and relationship, and and you talked about some alignment and expectations and like, but do you see this is Moore's up as a people business at at at your level? I think it's all about the people in all businesses. Okay. I think it's it's it's just absolutely critical that you have a relationship with all the societas where they feel. They can they can they can get ahead. They can get promoted in our companies, we do a lot of promotion from within you know, you wanna have a relationship, which is one. Trust, you know, and then employs and Celtics have to feel that you're you're going to be truthful with them, you know, to recessions ago things hit very badly in nine and ten. We had thanked failures. Nobody could borrow money people wouldn't travel, you know, and then we had September eleven which was a disaster for many businesses. We're in and I know people said, well, what are you gonna do? Are you going to handle it? I said I'm going to do a conference call with all employees all of our socio. It's on the phone. I'm just going to be honest with them. And I did I got on the phone. I said everybody's gotta take a ten percent cut in pay. I'll take fifty it's gonna be a couple of years either that or we've got lay off one hundred hundred fifty employees everybody supported the program. Everybody said, yes, we'll do that you know, because that's the right thing to do. We had tremendous support by all of our wonderful societas, and we got through it. And we went to our banks. We laid out plan. This what we're gonna do. We're gonna we're gonna meet all of our obligations. And we did it. I think when you're faced with adversity go in the closet, and you know, don't don't don't walk away from it face it head on the ship. You turned into the way when it's common just turn the ship and get ready. Yeah. No lands. That is invaluable. So, ladies and gentlemen, we've got to go to a quick commercial break right now. And we'll be right back with land.

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"alfred university" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"alfred university" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"It's always hard because each guy is different. What are their strengths coming in? You know, and we'll keep it in buffalo with Josh. I think everybody felt he was maybe the biggest project of those guys drafted early big arm. Big upside, great, kid all the potential, but just as far as for the game and learning the game and seeing things probably the biggest project of all of them. So I think you always have to weigh realistic expectations. With who the guy was when you brought him in. And Josh you're seeing a lot of good thing. That is Kurt Warner was on one bills live with Murph and Steve Tasker talking about Josh Allen. If you missed it. It's available and on demand. Audio at WGN five fifty dot com. We were talking also a little bit about Trent Dilfer comments talking about Josh Allen said darnold should be playing. Rosen's should be playing Mayfield should be playing. Alan should not be playing said he was worried about him because of what's around him here even been cited like innovation on offense and just a number of issues that this was not a good scenario said that he was put in there too early when he played and he's worried that Alan is similar to him that he's been put in there too early by the bills, and we will see Sunday how Josh Allen responds in obviously early in his career to his worst game the lost to the Green Bay Packers. And whether the offense can put anything together on Sunday. It is football Friday eight oh three oh, five fifty to join us. Eight eight five fifty to five fifty football Friday brought to you by Seneca. Buffalo creek casino. Nothing else comes close by tops. Markets grocery delivery order online while you enjoy the game, you guess what? In addition to the NFL and everything on Sunday. In addition to the sabres playing tomorrow night, we have college football going on this. Yes, we do. You will be winning another game. Hopefully, you're playing pit right? Come on. Hey, it's not Yukon Canada. Wagner can't have the letdown gave this is the reverse trap game something like that letdown game. So Syracuse is playing pit at twelve twenty. If you're looking at some of the college football games UB's on the road. We'll have the game on our sister station. ESPN fifteen twenty there at central Michigan. In a MAC game. Your Red River rivalry rivalry. Thank you, very much, Texas and Oklahoma playing at noon tomorrow, LSU, Florida, Florida, you've got to be honest with you not the most pleasing team to watch play football at three thirty in the big game. Tomorrow night, Notre Dame Virginia Tech in prime time at eight o'clock in Blacksburg Virginia. Plus a new you'd ask me about this want to make sure I bring it up. Good luck to the buffalo state Bengals playing our first ever home night game. Feel big six o'clock kickoff against the Saxons of Alfred university. Go Bengals under the lights. So there's some of your college football highlights for the weekend edition everything else..

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"alfred university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"R on NAT geo wild. Dr k welcome to today's show. Thanks for having me on. How's the radio today? Antastic thank you so much. So before we begin I was wondering if you could just give us a little bit of background about who you are where you trained, and what your story is. Well, I'm originally from buffalo is one of those kids that always wanted to be a veterinarian. I know it sounds really cliche. But it's true. I never wanna be anything else and very young age. I had an interest in not traditional cats. I rep having a pet chicken dot pet. Rabbits, a snake at one point in time. And I was always the odd kid on the corner house in the suburbs of buffalo. And then is time went on my interest grievance stronger. I've always been an avid bird watcher, actually, volunteer with the buffalo zoo for a credit time the summer between my senior year of high school in when I went off to college, and I got work side by side with the bird keepers there. And that was a very enriching experience for me and really solidified that I definitely wanted to do even an exotic animals when I got into practice. I went to college at Alfred university in the southern tier New York state, and I studied chemistry there. And I always knew that I eventually little bit Florida. I grew up in buff-. Like, I said, it's every knows it's cold there in it is exactly like they describe it. I wound up at one point in my college career doing a Coa down at oakridge national lab in Tennessee in the chemistry division. And it was at that point in time that I visited the university of Tennessee college veterinary medicine, and I really liked the school the had a strong exacts program, which not many that schools. Do I applied? And fortunately, I was accepted so spent the next four years there, and even though they are one of the best schools that has a lot of our exotics than other schools that still not a lot we really only had one four credit class in third year. And then you only have one two week rotation for even an exotic animals, so it was really up to you to get experience where ever you could. So I went on what we call externships, which is what you do when you are still a veterinary student and you go to episode easy to train. So I said one month at agriculture breeding and Richard center and lacsa hatchet, Florida. And that was exclusively a bird Zillow thousands of birds there, many many many different species that you don't see just anywhere. So that was a terrific experience. And my goal was to move to Florida and become a vet down here. And I was down on that extra chip I interviewed at a veterans hospital and got hired. And so after graduation, I moved to Florida before I started working, I did spend two months in San Diego working with Dr Jeff Jenkins at the even exotic animal hospital CB ago, and that was a huge benefit to me because I got to see even in exotic in a private practice setting. So a lot of experienced a lot of good techniques clank communication how to do things properly. And then when I finished there started my job in Florida. I was in a smaller practice in Miami. I've mostly evening in emergency work. But it was a clinic that had five locations drop Mamere urea, and they would send any of the evening. Exotic patients to me. So slowly, I started to see more and more Sonics. And after the first year, I moved up to Hollywood and start a job at Hollywood animal hospital is large referral practice that wanted to add even an exotics. And when I first started there was seeing only ten percent, exotics and within about two and a half years. I was seeing ninety percent, exotics. And I made the decision to take the plunge. It started practice of my own one of the main reasons, I did this was because I could see that my patients really didn't do well being around dogs or cats. Most of the species that I see are prey animals when you think of rabbits and birds and small mammals, they just don't do well being around predatory animals such as dogs or cats. They're already sick. They're already stressed. And then here they are in a veterinary setting. Sitting in the waiting room right next to an unhappy dog or cat, and it was challenging to start seeing more and more and more exotics in such a huge, busy, Don half practice. So at most the three year Mark my husband, and I decided to start her own veteran practice. We started very small bottle us requirement cover practices closing in West Virginia. And we started in a twelve hundred square foot pain an office park. And I honestly thought maybe after two years I might need another vet maybe after five or six years, I need more space. And when I started up practice, I was shocked at how busy we got very very quickly after six months, I had a brain on a second Canarian. And after two years we had to move into his four thousand square foot building. So that really solidified for me that not only do they even exotic pets need that environment without dogs and cats dire owners want that they don't like. To be in the building. And there's barking dogs and the smell of cats and things that really upset their family members. So that's how it started. And I've been doing this almost twenty three years now, and I can say honestly, still sincerely loved my job. That's so fantastic. I know that getting into zoom medicine are exotic small animal medicine is so difficult, and it's so awesome. What you've done just looking at your website and looking at the TV show. So tell us a little bit how you even got onto NAT geo wild that was a strange thing. It's not something. I honestly sought out and to be honest. My job is already, you know, kind of -unny edge. Everything is stressful. These animals come in very fragile crashing the party hidden their symptoms of us for a long period of time. Sarah by trying to come to us. They're very critical. And when when it started net you wanted to do is show that was even in exotic animals in the battery setting. And they found us via the internet. They call us and my office manager at the time talked them, and she is very enthused about it. And she was trying to talk me into it. And I was like I don't want cameras on me. I don't care. It's all around. This is so busy and stressful. And and all that. Trial to see what happens. So they Skype interviewed myself and all my staff they liked us enough to send out a production company to shoot what's called the sizzler real. And what that is spent about two weeks filming and they'll put together a nine or ten minute clip. The kind of just gives the executives idea of what's going on here. So they made their sizzler Bill, and then should it executives? And they didn't like it. So me personally is like, okay. That was interesting time we move on. I was it wasn't chipset that it didn't go through. And it was an interesting experience the filming. But then just a couple of weeks later, I got a call from an unnamed guide Nickerson who's the head of spectra productions in Tampa. And he said he introduced himself. But he said I have to tell you. I've never heard of this happening before it's really opened that a million situation but net GIO liked you. They liked your staff. They liked what was going on here. They just like how the original production company put the sizzler reel together. It was a British company and British people tend to like break documentary style. Whereas. Americans like stories, so the except out guys company to make a second sizzler real GIO absolutely loved that. And the rest is history is what I'd say they are first season. We did six episodes, and then it was eight and then we've been shooting ten per season since and recurrently in the process of filming season sex. That's so fantastic. It's so great to be able to help practice and increase the quality of care through your TV show. So what are some of the typical exotic patients that you see on a daily basis well on any given day it's potluck like right now in the hospital. I've got top tamarin who just got neutered. We had Guinea pig had foot surgery rabbit that had a right to me for sinus infection with got pot-bellied pig in the back. Several rabbits a bird that's going to have could be on the sinuses today. We just had wellness exam. Start with feeling just saw family. It has exotic exotics. They had a couple of kangaroos a sloth lemurs that needed their annual checkups and back scenes since there's really no typical typical day any day is potluck today was heavy on the birds morning, Sundays, also see three or four popularly pigs and some days, I'll have eleven different appointments and see eleven different species. It's now being that. I'm also an emergency critical care veterinary specialists. I see a ton of exotics in the ER two. And I was wondering if you could just talk on some of the top five most common are Mirjana that you end up seeing. And specifically what pet owners can do to help improve their husbandry for some of these more common emergencies at your seat. Several good points. They're like to comment. One thing that kind of surprised me was when they named the show Dr case exotic animal ers like, well, why did they call it any arts just my practice of a practice? But then when you see it through the viewers. Is is you know, it's just what I'm used to like, I everything is an emergency. The thing that happens with the species that I see is that like I said, Mr. are prey animals, and they are very adept at hiding their symptoms illness. So my receptionists are trained to take these clients seriously, if I have a rabbit client call, and they tell us that the Rams just not eating or not eating ravenously or slightly off that rather has come at immediately. It can't wait a day. It can't wait. Today's can't wait until next week. That's actually an emergency evening. The animals still getting around they will still eating some you have to be tuned into a different level of sensitivity with even an exotic animals because of their ability to hide symptoms of illness. They hide their symptoms Zola's till they just cannot compensate anymore. Some of the most common things that we see birds with respiratory distress rabbits with giant dental problems ferrets with its Lomas. GI obstructions is are pretty common trauma. There's we have had a porch bird last week were away. Larger bird ripped off its upper beak. It's doing okay. It's able to scoop and eat with the bottom beak. And you know, we get the traditional emergency things like broken bones. But really what the exotics each species has their own thing. That's most common like said with the rabbits, you're gonna see very very very subtle changes. And it could be something life threatening. Even though the sample is it flat out, it's really having its prey instincts kick in and hiding everything. So the biggest thing I train my clients to do number one Verheugen well care for over twenty years. I've been calling my office visits there in will exams. I call it a wellness exam when they get the reminder card, it's as well as exam on it your your wellness exam. So even though patients that I see not all of them are getting a vaccine series or testing were the routine things that bring dogs and cats into the hospital, my clients been trained over two decades to understand the importance of Wallace exams and. That is very critical for me. We're able to intervene on things like liver disease or chronic renal failures something that's going on it. You mean since science for it yet? But I picked up things like a bladder stone on a routine wellness exam and minor changes in blood that indicate problem that we pursue when we're still in the position to be able to fix it. Take care of it. And that is very very rewarding for me. That's taking a long time to train clients to understand the importance of wellness care, but they routinely. Let me do my birds reputation spirit patients they routinely. Let me do annual wellness blood panels on their patients so that we can catch things early intervene and make sure they're doing well. In regard to the emergency is the biggest thing that I can't at the size enough is that take subtle signs seriously? It can be very difficult to recognize pain interrupt tile or a ferret. And it's important that these. People are tuned in and they knew their animal's normal behavior. So that if they are out of those parameters, they know they have to get them in and be seen. Thank you so much. Now, you talked briefly before about rabbits, and when they don't eat or they're they have a decrease in appetite that you worry that it's life threatening. Do you mind just briefly talking about gastric stasis and rabbits, and why it's so important that if you wanna rabbit in you're listening to this show of of ER vet this is why you need to pay attention because it can be life threatening. So Dr k do you mind just talking a little bit more jet state says it's just it's where the rabbits intestinal tracts has slowed down and doesn't have normal mortality. They tend to build up a lot of gas. And the reason for that is they process with the eat by affirmative action process. They have bacteria in us that work together in their digestive tract to break down the high fiber. Hey and easily Tristian if their intestines are not doing that normal cursed Altic movement that normal squeezing just a down down the chute. Then the gas builds up this causes tremendous amount of pain and distress and the rabbits, really go downhill quickly. It can progress to where they get leaky gut..

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"alfred university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Animal e. r. on. NAT geo wild Dr k welcome to today's. Dow thanks for having me. On the radio today, antastic thank you so much so before we begin I was wondering if you could just give us, a little bit of background about who you are where you trained. And what your story is richly from both lives one of those, kids that always grew up wanting, to be veterinary. And I know that sounds cliche but it's true I never wanted. To be anything else and a very. Young age I had an interest in traditional cats I grew up having a pet chicken, dot pet rabbits snake at one point in time and I was always the odd kid. On the corner house in the suburbs of buffalo and. Then as time went on my interest grievance stronger I've always been an avid bird watcher actually volunteer with the buffalo zoo. For credit time the summer between, my senior year High school and when I went off to college and I got to work side by side. With the bird keepers there and that was a very enriching experience for me and really, solidified that I. Definitely, wanted to do even. An exotic animals when I got into practice. I went to college at. Alfred university and the, southern tier New York state and I studied chemistry there and I knew that I eventually went to, live in Florida I grew up in buffalo like I said it's. Everybody knows it's cold there and it is exactly like they describe, it I wound up at one, point in my. College career doing a co-op down at Oak Ridge national lab in. Tennessee in the chemistry division and it. Was at that point in time that I visited the university of Tennessee college of veterinary, medicine and I really liked the school they had a strong exotics program which not many. That schools do I applied and fortunately I was accepted. So spent the next four years there and even though they are one of the best schools that has a lot of More exotic than other at schools that still not a lot we really only had one four credit hour class in. Third year and then you, only have one two week rotation for even an exotic animals so it was. Really up to you to, get experience where ever you could so I went on what. They call externships which is, what you do, when you're still a veterinary student and you go to if acidity to train..

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"alfred university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To er at radio today really excited to have dr has for own show of exotic animal e r on nat geo wild dr k welcome to today's show thanks for having me on has a radio in today antastic thank you so much so before we begin i was wondering if you could just give us a little bit of background about who you are where you trained and what your story is i i'm originally from buffalo i just one of those kids that always grew up wanting to be a veterinarian i know that sounds really cliche but it's true i never wanna be anything else very young age i had an interest in not traditional cats i grew up having a pet chicken dot pet rabbits a snake at one point in time and i was always the kid on the corner house in the suburbs of buffalo and then is time went on my interest grievance stronger i've always been an avid bird watcher actually volunteer with the buffalo zoo for a credit time the summer between my senior year of high school in went off to college and i got to work side by side with the bird keepers there and that was a very enriching experience for me and really solidify that i definitely wanted to do even an exotic animals when i got into practice i went to college at alfred university in the southern tier new york state and i studied chemistry there and i always knew that i eventually ones i grew up in buffalo like i said it's everybody knows it's cold there in it is exactly like they describe it i wound up at one point in my college career doing a coa down at oak ridge national lab in tennessee in the chemistry division and it was at that point in time that i visited the university of tennessee college of veterinary medicine and i really liked the school they had a strong exacts program which not many that schools do i applied and fortunately i was accepted so spent the next four years there and even though they are one of the best schools that has a lot of more exotic than other ed schools that still not a lot we really only had one four credit our class in third year and then you only have one two week rotation for even an exotic animals so it was really up to you to get experience where ever you could so i went on what they call externships which is what you do when you're still a veterinary student and you go to a facility to train so i said one month at apiculture breeding research center and lacsa florida and that was exclusively a.

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"alfred university" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Fair and balanced militia daniels newsradio eight ten and one zero three one w g y the body of a retired niskayuna teacher missing after falling off a boat on thursday and lake saint catherine in vermont was found friday afternoon the body of thomas flood of schenectady was recovered in about fifty feet of water the sixty one year old flood retired from the district in two thousand fourteen flooded and his wife or boating on the lake when they stopped to flow in inner tubes that were tied to the boat he fell out of his tube he was not wearing flotation device fled tried unsuccessfully to swim back to the boat vermont state police say they use sonar to recover the body services are being held this weekend for fallen trooper nncholas clark the twenty nine year old lost his life monday morning while responding to a call near corning investigators say he was shot and killed by forty three year old stephen kylie who's estranged wife called police after she says he was showing suicidal behavior after shooting trooper clark highly took his own life clark's wake will be today on the campus of alfred university his funeral is sunday a campaign is being launched in new york this each government workers how to opt out of paying union dues sara lee kessler reports the campaign follows the us supreme court's decision last week blocking unions from collecting dues from people who don't wanna pay up the group called new choice new york is an affiliate of a conservative group called americans for fair treatment a new choice spokesman says it's about giving workers factual information but the afl cio says it's about union busting sara lee kessler newsradio eight ten and one zero three one w g y a record number of young people are taking part in albany summer youth employment program this year the times union says more than eleven hundred teens between fourteen and eighteen years of age of signed up for part time jobs at local businesses and institutions this year's program is also described as one of the most diverse in its history the paper saying.

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"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio WHAM 1180

NewsRadio WHAM 1180

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on NewsRadio WHAM 1180

"In wayne county a steuben county community is mourning the twenty nine year old state trooper who was shot and killed yesterday in the line of duty super nncholas clark of troops for new york graduated from canisius greenwood high school in two thousand fifteen he graduated from the state police basic squall say police major richard alan says clark was a gifted athlete he was a two time state wrestling champion and standout football player he had scholarship to university of north carolina greensboro for as a wrestling scholarship he attended there one year and then he transferred to to alfred university where he played football prior to trying out for buffalo bills and prior coming to us governor cuomo says trooper clark was just trying to help his community a stellar trooper with a explored inari record his whole life before him great athlete well accomplished you wanted to do one thing is help people alexa olson newsradio eleven eighty trooper clark was killed responding to a report of a domestic disturbance in the town of irwin insta ben county first deputy superintendent of the state police chris fury says there was a report of a suicidal man during the course of the response tuber nncholas clark was shot and killed by the suspect the suspect was later found deceased in the residents pattern gunshot wound state police say it was the estranged wife of stephen kylie who had called nine one one at alerted law enforcement that he might be armed kylie worked as the school principal in the bradford central school rochester police say a steuben county man was arrested after he crashed his car into a city barbershop at having last night near the corner of north and wilson streets police say the driver was heading east and wilson when he lost control the car and hit the building he wasn't hurt but he was charged with driving while impaired brighton town board member robin will maybe looking at making another run for office she lost the democratic congressional primary to joe morelli last week but now she may run for morelli state assembly seat wiltz website indicate she is getting petitions to run in the one hundred thirty six to simply district the primary for that office easy in september but there are questions about her eligibility state law requires candidates to have lived in new york for five years she lived in washington state as recently as twenty sixteen dave allen newsradio wam eleven eighty if you're one.

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"alfred university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Cohen announcing he won't be anyone's punching bag the lawyer who admits making the payment to stormy daniels for her silence now says he's loyalty is to his family in country cohen is under investigation for what are unclear offenses after fbi agents raided his office home and hotel room out of which he was working the new rhetoric from cohen is in contrast to pass statements of unrelenting loyalty to donald trump cohen is believed to have been directly involved in business and personal dealings for the now president mr trump has said cohen won't turn against him because he has done nothing wrong bob costantini washington wins news time to forty nine new charges against harvey weinstein has manhattan prosecutors continue to build their case against the former hollywood studio boss the dog days of summer just grew a lot hotter for harvey weinstein the manhattan district attorney says the former movie mogul has been hit with three more charges it's a superseding indictment of alleged criminal sexual behavior the new charges include sexual forcible touching against a third woman in two thousand six as well as predatory sexual assault weinstein and his brother cofounded the entertainment company known as miramax but he was forced to walk away from it all after dozens of women accused the film producer of rape carol d'auria ten ten wins news wins news time to fifty you're state trooper was killed by a suspect as he responded to an early morning domestic call it happened monday morning south of corning in the southern tier governor cuomo described the slain triggers character a stellar trooper with a an extraordinary record his whole life before him great athlete well accomplished wanted to do one thing has helped people twenty nine year old trooper nncholas clark played college football and alfred university said coach bob wrinkle called him the toughest player he ever had the opportunity to coach belong i haven't police officer who helped a distress newborn baby take his first breath has been selected as that child's godfather something police officer john eric legrand earned a new title godfather to price pappa lardo already thought of mrs godfather before i asked him papa lardo says saved his son's life negra found bryce born at home and not breathing after the umbilical cord was removed from his neck he cleared prices airway with a syringe found in the kitchen of relief to mom without being there i don't know where everyday so mike and gene called on on again while i'm going to be a part of this this child's life and watch them grow up is pretty cool darius rats it's ten ten wins.

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"alfred university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Kfi am six forty welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church he can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan you could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of you of os and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship is the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ab after disclosure his latest book is you oppose and the twenty first century minds also hosted a weekly radio show oh with me over and g are a radio call the richard dolan show frequent guest here on coast to coast am and fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you will follow files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumor is that he has the next book coming out we'll be his own i would like to walk about to coast to coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening i gimme thank you for having me on tonight i do i was listening to you on your introduction your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going it's mine does i have to say that i've had this experience so my gps app like mentioned the brand gps applebee's maybe not can i do that no.

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"alfred university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Kfi am six forty welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan he could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of ufo's and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at the university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship is the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure whose latest book is you oppose and the twenty first century minds also hosted a weekly radio show with me over on cagey are a radio call the richard dolan show frequent guest here on costa coast am fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you afo files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumor is that he has the next book coming out will be his own i would like to walk about two cosa coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening jimmy thank you for having me on tonight i do i was listening to you on your introduction and your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going well it mine does i have to say that i've had this experience so my gps app like mentioned the brand gps apathy is maybe not can i do that i don't know.

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"alfred university" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Dot do you want freedom checks dot com wherever you you never have to be left in the dark you can stay in line while the iheartradio app download the app store or online newsradio ten forty whol welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory on another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan he could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of ufo's and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work at the university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship he's the author of ufo's in the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure his latest book is you have photos and the twenty first century mining also hosted a weekly radio show with me over i k g r a radio call the richard dolan show frequent cast here on coast to coast am and fade to black he's currently featured on several television series and documentaries including ancient aliens hangar one you will fall files and close encounters in addition to his research richards company richard dolan press actively published his innovative books by authors from around the world and rumour is that he has the next book coming out we'll be his own i would like to walk about two cosa coast am our good friend richard bleeping dolan richard good evening jimmy thank you for having me on tonight it's a pleasure do you have an iphone i do i was listening to you on your introduction and your creepy iphone surveillance story does it know where you're going.

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"alfred university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"alfred university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back to coast to coast am standing in for george noory and another beautiful southern california night i'm your host jimmy church you can follow me on twitter at j church radio any questions or comments during the show anything for mr dolan you could post it right there make it good make it smart and maybe it'll get read on the air richard dolan is one of the world's leading researchers and writers on the subject of ufo's and believes that they constitute the greatest mystery of our time richard completed his graduate work university of rochester where he studied the us cold war strategy european history and international diplomacy before that he had studied at alfred university oxford university and has been a finalist for rhode scholarship he's the author of ufo's and the national security state of course he co authored with bryce able ad after disclosure whose latest book is you photos and the twenty first century minds also hosts are we i do i was listening to you on your introduction your creepy i phone surveillance story does it visit nowhere you're going can you.

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