Camary Statewide Services Inc., Albany NY. 1997 – 12/12/03
DEVELOPMENTAL SPECIALIST/CASE MANAGER/REHABILITATION COORDINATOR/BEHAVIORIST : SERVICE COORDINATOR/CASE MANAGER:
PROGRAM MANAGER - SHIFT SUPERVISOR - ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR- Foothills Youth Services, (Foster Care Group Homes)
Johnstown NY. 1996-1997- FUNDRAISING/PUBLICITY COORDINATOR: (VISTA) - The Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless,
Albany NY. 1996 - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR- Troy Boys & Girls Club, Troy New York 1986-1995 - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-Boys Club of Easton, Easton Pennsylvania 1979-1986 -NUTRITION DIRECTOR -Niagara Community Action Program, Niagara Falls, New York 1978-1979-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Niagara County, Lockport NY. 1975-1978
YOUTH SERVICE COORDINATOR-City of Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, NY. 1974-1975 (Civil Service Position)-FIELD REPRESENTATIVE-Human Right Commission, Niagara Falls, NY. 1972-1974- (Civil Service Position) R
Education- Peace Corps Paraiba Brazil- 1970-1972. Niagara Fall Boys Club Summer Camp Director 1968-1969
University of Nebraska, JFK Campus- Wahoo Neb. BA/BS Social Psychology ,1970- Hudson Valley Community College, Troy NY, Accounting Certificate, 1995.
Knight of Columbus- Niagara Falls, NY, Easton, Pa. Troy, NY
Rensselear Community Hospice -2004-Present
Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany- 2/2004- June 1, 2004 (Program Ended For Season)
Volunteer Catechist Special; Needs, Catechist St Michael the Archangel Church, Troy, NY
Awards & Recognitions
1979 United Way Executive of the Year
1981 OYMA; United States Jaycees Distinguished Service Award
1982 Jaycee Outstanding Service Award- Easton City Commendation as Halloween Parade Chairman- Bike Race Chairman- Help Young America Award-
1983 Citation by the House of Representatives Commonwealth of Pennsylvania-Boys Club Executive Cup Award
1885 Bronze Keystone; City of Easton Commendation for establishing City-Wide Youth Basketball league
1989 Capital District Basketball and Soccer Coach- Capital District United Way Voluntarism Award
1996 Dewitt Clinton Award, AmeriCorp/VISTA
1997 Camary Statewide Service Recognition Award
2001 Living Resources Teamwork Award- Gold Star Award
2003 Living Resources Gold Star Award Commissioning As Catechist- Self-Advocacy Group Advisor Award
First-hand information. Entered by Lawrence Bailey at registration.
Richard Bailey (), served in John Ramsey Company, Landonaerry County, Evan's Battalion of the Chester County Militia. George W. Meek ( 1741-1801)- Service: 5th PA Battalion under Captain Thomas Alexander; sent to Potters Fort, Penns Valley under Lt. James Mc Clure in aid to suppress the Indians.
Based on the families Pennsylvania Dutch heritage the original spelling of the surname Jacob was most likely Jokob. Jakob is a German form of Jacob. It is believed that the family originated from Büsing (Bizing), Moselle, Lorraine or Bas Rhin, Alsace, France. Philip Jacob b. 1696 was the earliest Jakób ( Jacob -Jacobs) to settle in Pennsylvania in 1738
The Markle Family settled in Pennsylvania in either 1752 ( Jean Christopher Markel)Most likely part of the first Amish Immigration 1727-1770 from the German Palatinate and Switzerland or 1795 ( Abm Markel) from the second Amish Immigration from Alsace France. The surname is derived from Old High German for (Horse Servant) It was an occupational name for someone who worked with horses. The name was first found in Prussia.(See:https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Markle-435&action=edit)
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Lawrence by comparing test results with other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Lawrence:
Hello! I recently read your note on the profile of my great grandmother Francisca Maria de Oliveira, from Lorena Brazil. I am sorry that I did not see it sooner. I am so happy to know that someone else is researching this surname and the roots from Portugal to Brazil. I hope that we will be able to find information and collaborate!
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