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    Louis Rosati

    Buffalo Heritage Press Men of Steel Dr. Louis A Rosati was born and raised in Lockport, New York where he attended Lockport public schools. He graduated from the University of Buffalo and the Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse. He did his residency in pathology at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor, and then served in the Navy…

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    Jerry Kremer

    Buffalo Heritage Press Winning Albany: Untold Stories About the Famous and Not So Famous Arthur “Jerry” Kremer has enjoyed many career challenges. Elected to the New York State Assembly thirteen times, he is the only Long Island legislator to ever head the prestigious Ways and Means Committee. He is now a law partner at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., a respected…

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    Donna Hoke

    CrissCross AppleSauce Neko and the Twiggets Donna Hoke is a freelance Journalist, editor, crossword puzzle constructor, and playwright living in Western New York Jessica Gadra, illustrator Jessica Gadra has been a freelance illustrator for the better part of a decade. She currently resides in Buffalo, NY, with her husband, her tortoise, and a million and a half ladybugs.

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    Christopher Hyzy

    Buffalo Heritage Press B is for Buffalo: An Aerial Alphabet Born and raised in the great city of Buffalo, New York, Christopher Hyzy has always had a deep love for photography and aviation. He graduated from St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute and Canisius College, earning a degree in Digital Media Arts. By day, he is a graphic designer. Christopher enjoys listening…

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    Heather Lynn Harris

    CrissCross AppleSauce Five Hungry Mice, The Swing, and Clover and the Shooting Star Heather Lynn Harris made her publishing debut by re-illustrating The Swing by Robert Louis Stevenson, and then wrote and illustrated Clover and the Shooting Star. In October 2018, she was awarded silver in the children’s pre-school category of the Moonbeam Awards. Educated at the Academy of Art…