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Oswego Industries Hires Campolieta as Custodial Services Division Manager

FULTON, NY – Oswego Industries, Inc. has announced the hire of Rhonda Campolieta as Custodial Services Division Manager. In her new position, Campolieta will be responsible for setting and maintaining standards for division operations in both Oswego and Onondaga Counties. She will manage the organization’s NISH, NYSID, and private custodial contract accounts, and will assist with future contracts.

Campolieta comes to Oswego Industries, Inc. from CNY Area Health Education Center, where she was a Health Workforce Case Manager. Other prior experience includes four years as Business Manager with Great Lakes Horticulture. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from SUNY Oswego; was a charter member of Leadership Oswego County; and served as President of the Fulton Consolidated School District Board of Education from 1990 to 2002. She currently resides in Volney with her husband Paul, and daughter Sara, who is a freshman at G.R. Bodley High School. Her other daughter, Mary, is an RN at Duke University Hospital.

Oswego Industries, Inc. has built a reputation over the past 40 years for dependable and reliable service to its customers. Located in Fulton, New York, the organization offers a wide variety of manufacturing, warehousing, assembly, custodial, and shipping services to industry, medical, and government partners across the country. As a private, not-for-profit Community Rehabilitation Program, Oswego Industries, Inc. has been providing programs and services to adults with disabilities since 1968: including pre-vocational and vocational training, and sustained employment to enable individuals to grow with dignity and achieve their highest level of independence and self-fulfillment. Most recently, Oswego Industries, Inc. was named winner of the Chamber of Commerce Not-For-Profit of the Year Award for 2009. Its sister agency, ARC of Oswego County, provides services to children and seniors with disabilities: together creating a comprehensive support system for Oswego County residents with disabilities. For more information, visit the organization’s website at www.OswegoIndustriesInc.com.