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Anthony (A.J.) Dolce named to the Fredonia College Council
Monday, June 11, 2018

Anthony (A.J.) Dolce named to the Fredonia College Council

Anthony J. (A.J.) Dolce

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has appointed Anthony J. (A.J.) Dolce, a graduate Fredonia and a former mayor of the City of Dunkirk, to the Fredonia College Council. His appointment fills a vacancy on the 10-member board and will conclude in 2021.

“I am honored to be appointed to the Fredonia College Council,” Mr. Dolce said. “As a proud alumnus, Fredonia provided me with a solid foundation to build my way toward a successful professional career. I am a third generation graduate of Fredonia and could not be more excited for the opportunity to serve my alma mater in this capacity.”

Dolce is a benefits consultant, specializing in individual and senior health insurance, at the Dunkirk office of Lawley Insurance. He also serves as a regional sales manager with JAT Energy, an LED lighting solar energy company, and a distributor for Tower Garden, a vertical, aeroponic growing system. He is a former teacher, having previously served at Erie 2 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) and Cassadaga Job Corps.

Dolce served one term, 2012-2015, as the Dunkirk mayor, managing day-to-day operations of all city departments and overseeing infrastructure investments. He is a former member of the City of Dunkirk Common Council, serving from 2003-2011, and chair of its Finance and Emergency Action/Personnel committees.

Dolce has a M.A. in English, a B.A., also in English, with a minor in Communication: Public Relations, and completed the English Adolescence Education program, all at Fredonia.

Current members of the Fredonia College Council, chaired by the Honorable Frank A. Pagano, of Fredonia, also include: Cynthia A. Ahlstrom, Dunkirk; Richard Alexander, Fredonia; Michael R. Cerrie, Dunkirk; Russell Diethrick, Jamestown; Joseph C. Johnson, Ashville; the Honorable Stephen W. Keefe, Fredonia; JoAnn Niebel, Dunkirk; and student member Connor Aitcheson, a senior Spanish Adolescence Education major from Frewsburg.

More information on the Fredonia College Council, which meets four times a year on campus, is available online.


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