Summaries of Regents Actions
On Professional Misconduct and Discipline*
April 1998

Certified Social Work - Chiropractic - Dentistry - Massage Therapy - Nursing - Pharmacy - Physical Therapy - Psychology - Public Accountancy - Veterinary Medicine

Certified Social Work

Valerie R. Washington, Brooklyn, NY

Profession: Certified Social Worker; Lic. No. 020094; Cal. No. 15727
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Penalty: $500 fine, 1 year suspension after which time probation 1 year.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of submitting fraudulent records of treatment on two dates to her employer and not maintaining records which accurately reflect treatment.


Chiropractic

Ronald G. Salvaggione, Colorado Springs, CO

Profession: Chiropractor; Lic. No. 003105; Cal. No. 16695
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: $1,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of placing false and misleading advertisements that made claims that special arrangements had been made for patients when they had not.


Dentistry

John V. Donovan, Scarsdale, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 026904; Cal. No. 15595
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Revocation.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of failing to adequately remove decay from patient's tooth before refilling; placing composite or acrylic filling in patient's tooth although he knew or should have known patient was a clincher or bruxer; recementing an ill fitting crown that was overcontoured and had overhanging margins; attempting to make it fit by relining it with acrylic; placing several other ill fitting crowns; failing to chart the placement of crown; failing to take full set of x-rays or other x-rays despite 32 visits during a five year time period; failing to diagnose patient's periodontal disease or refer for treatment of it; failing to diagnose or treat patient's dental decay; failing to adequately fill all canals during a root canal; failing to take routine x-rays; failing to follow proper technique while doing a root canal; failing to maintain accurate records and failing to maintain records for mandatory period.

William D. Moody, White Plains, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 030878; Cal. No. 14580
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also April 1996 and November 2010)
Action: $5,000 fine, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of negligence in the method of determining the balance owed by a patient and not using due care in retaining a collection agency in an attempt to collect the balance.

John F. McPartlin, Bayside, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 035160; Cal. No. 16997
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also June 2005)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Assault in the Third Degree and Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree, Class A Misdemeanors.

Neil Eric Kesselman, Fishkill, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 035903; Cal. No. 17029
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $2,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of committing multiple treatment errors in the care of a patient.

Stanley Nussbaum, Brooklyn, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 021168; Cal. No. 17118
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $2,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of failing to adequately treat two teeth with root canal therapy.

Mojgan Fajiram, Great Neck, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 042369; Cal. No. 17119
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Censure and Reprimand, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admits to a charge of failing to adequately document the treatment of three teeth with root canal therapy.

Jeffrey Gordon Leeds, New York, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 029538; Cal. No. 17127
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Censure and Reprimand, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of failing to take a preoperative x-ray before performing a pulpotomy and submitting claim forms to an insurance company for x-rays not taken.

Steven Richard Bruno, Horseheads, NY

Profession: Dentist; Lic. No. 039912; Cal. No. 17129
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (See also July 2005)
Action: $1,000 fine, probation 1 year.
Summary: Licensee admitted to charges of failing to keep an accurate patient record of a root canal treatment in that it failed to indicate the type and amount of anesthesia used and numbers of canals treated.


Massage Therapy

Alfred N. Andersen, Pleasantville, NY

Profession: Massage Therapist; Lic. No. 000101; Cal. No. 17160
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of having sexual relations with a patient over a period of approximately one and a half years.

Mark Richard Giller, New York, NY

Profession: Massage Therapist; Lic. No. 004478; Cal. No. 16170
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of massaging an improperly draped client.


Nursing

Cindee L. Piccola a/k/a Cindee L. Quigley, Chatham, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 307854; Cal. No. 16560
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee admitted a charge of committing four documentation errors in various patient records and narcotic administration records.

John W. Dolan, Olean, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 263847; Cal. No. 17247
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of practicing the profession of Nursing fraudulently by diverting the controlled substance Fentanyl.

Ellen I. Cooney, Massena, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 152595; Cal. No. 15972
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: $500 fine, suspension until terminated as set forth in Regents Review Committee Report - upon termination of suspension, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Criminal Possession of A Forged Instrument in the Third Degree; Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree, and Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree, all Class A Misdemeanors.

Julia Clare Chase, Garden City, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 174418; Cal. No. 16914
Action: Suspension until terminated as set forth in Regents Review Committee report - upon termination of suspension, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the Third Degree, a Class A Misdemeanor.

Timothy Byron Bushley, Utica, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 204288; Cal. No. 15594
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of last 23 months of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $5,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to having been convicted of Driving While Intoxicated, failing to disclose the conviction on application for licensure, and committing medication errors or omissions. Licensee did not contest a charge of changing a patient's medication administration record to reflect that a medication was not administered after initially incorrectly indicating that the medication was administered and after an incident report had been filed.

Joan Gloria Yaw, Hartford, CT

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 179764, 461510; Cal. Nos. 15735, 15736
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also June 2011)
Action: LPN license--2 year suspension, execution of last 18 months of suspension stayed, probation 2 years; RN license--license annulled.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of falsely stating on a delayed registration application that since her last registration no other state had instituted charges against her for professional misconduct or that she had not resigned from a licensed facility to avoid termination due to professional misconduct. Licensee also did not contest a charge of falsely stating on application for licensure that she had never been found guilty of professional misconduct or resigned from a licensed facility to avoid imposition of termination by such facility.

Olive Johnson, East Elmhurst, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 135294, 329877; Cal. Nos. 15752, 15753
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of making numerous medication errors.

Janice M. Mazza, Rome, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 098656, 350822; Cal. Nos. 16243, 16244
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year to commence if and when return to practice, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of inflating the balloon part of a jejunostomy tube with 45cc of normal saline solution when the orders called for it to be filled with 3cc of sterile water.

Grace Audrey Okhiulu, Poughkeepsie, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 432755; Cal. No. 16441
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admits to a charge of making three medication administration errors.

Tammy E. Savanovitch, Jamesville, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 246058; Cal. No. 16867
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Suspension until terminated as set forth in consent order application - upon termination of suspension, probation 2 years to commence upon return to practice, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee was convicted of Driving While Intoxicated, a Class E Felony.

Demetria Latreic Johnson, Hempstead, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 240024; Cal. No. 16909
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also July 2010 and April 2012)
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to having been convicted of Attempted Forgery in the Third Degree.

Beryl Rosetta Frank-Skeete, Baltimore, MD

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 204630; Cal. No. 16928
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year to commence upon return to practice, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of willfully making or filing a false report.

Joan Elizabeth Roenbeck, Blue Point, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 432655; Cal. No. 16981
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Suspension until terminated as set forth in consent order application - upon termination of suspension, probation 2 years to commence upon return to practice.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of diverting controlled substances and falsifying records.

Lorianne Lynn Lazzaro, Frankfort, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 225208; Cal. No. 16988
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of taking a prescription without authorization.

Beth Ann Edwards, Canandaigua, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Nos. 228117, 459872; Cal. Nos. 17004, 17005
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Petit Larceny, a Class A Misdemeanor.

Andrea Ellen Garcia, Myrtle Beach, SC

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 191380; Cal. No. 17014
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also September 1995)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Issuing a Bad Check, a Class B Misdemeanor.

Sandra Louise Read a/k/a Sandra Louise Goodwin a/k/a Sandra Louise Burley, Santa Rosa, CA

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 195362; Cal. No. 17035
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Suspension until terminated as set forth in consent order application - upon termination of suspension, probation 2 years to commence if and when return to practice.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been found guilty of professional misconduct by a duly authorized professional disciplinary agency of another state for practicing the profession of nursing with gross negligence.

Margaret Mary Harper, Schenectady, NY Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 228307; Cal. No. 17044
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also September 2005)
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of committing medication administration errors.

Tracy S. Tredway, Cuba, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 151872; Cal. No. 17050
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Censure and Reprimand, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Issuing A Bad Check.

Sharon Ramona Morris-Perkins, Raleigh, NC

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 277332; Cal. No. 17085
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of last 18 months of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of knowingly submitting to her employer false time sheets that overstated the hours that she worked.

Doreen Ann Rigler a/k/a Doreen Ann Bayo, New Hampton, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 383205; Cal. No. 17091
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Petit Larceny, a Class A Misdemeanor.

Judy Hoffman, Oriskany Falls, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse, Lic. No. 289128; Cal. No. 17099
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of unlawfully taking possession of a quantity of Tylenol #3 with Codeine tablets.

Adam Charles Jackson, Lockport, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 244939; Cal. No. 17115
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to charges of administering medication prior to scheduled time and failing to maintain accurate Nursing Progress Notes and Medication/Treatment Administration Records.

Muriel E. Saddler, Bronx, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 283033; Cal. No. 17142
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year to commence upon return to practice, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of willfully filing a false report.

Daniel Sperber, Hobart, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 243964; Cal. No. 17162
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also November 2001)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of medication administration errors.

Grace Lynn Browne, Chadwicks, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 184121; Cal. No. 17163
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to charges of making two medication administration errors and fraudulently writing a physician's order in a patient's chart to conceal the fact she made the aforesaid medication administration errors.

Mary Ann Loughlin, Horseheads, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 478434; Cal. No. 17164
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of making numerous medication administration errors.

Norma C. Domingo Cruz, Jersey City, NJ

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 218571; Cal. No. 17171
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of failing to properly report and to document an incident of finding a patient on the floor.

Michelle M. Dye, Rome, NY

Profession: Licensed Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 238254; Cal. No. 17183
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest allegations of recording false chemstrip test readings on a patient's chart although she had failed to perform any chemstrip test on said patient.

Charles E. Dennis, Syracuse, NY

Profession: Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. No. 334620; Cal. No. 17185
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of failing to properly transcribe orders, administering an incorrect dose of medication, administering at the wrong time, administering medication to a patient that he was not assigned to and signing that he had administered medication when he had not.

David P. Wells, Ogdensburg, NY

Profession: Nurse Practitioner; Cert. No. 300726; Cal. No. 17215
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of prescribing an excessive dose of Digoxin.

Janet Ann Lafferty, North Chili, NY

Profession: Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. No. 253013; Cal. No. 17248
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $250 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of administering a grossly excessive dose of Roxanol.


Pharmacy

William Joseph Schady, Colts Neck, NJ

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 037852; Cal. No. 17106
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Criminally Negligent Homicide.

Charles Hartman, Merrick, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 034766; Cal. No. 17156
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also June 1997)
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee could not successfully defend against the allegations of dispensing prescription-required controlled substances, Seconal and Fioricet, without prescriptions or other legal authority and improperly maintaining pharmacy dispensing logs by falsely listing the dispensing pharmacist; practicing the profession while impaired by drugs; and being dependent on or a habitual user of narcotics, barbiturates, amphetamines, hallucinogens, or other drugs having similar effects and in violation of terms of probation imposed by the Board of Regents in an earlier proceeding.

E.F.C., Inc. t/a Economy Drugs, 703 North Newbridge Road, Levittown, NY 11756

Profession: Pharmacy; Reg. No. 021384; Cal. No. 17157
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also June 1997)
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Respondent could not successfully defend against the allegations of dispensing prescription-required controlled substances, Seconal and Fioricet, without prescriptions or other legal authority, and improperly maintaining pharmacy dispensing logs by falsely listing the dispensing pharmacist.

Jedi Pharmacy, Inc. d/b/a Levco Drug Center, 480 Jerusalem Avenue, Hicksville, NY 11801

Profession: Pharmacy; Reg. No. 015504; Cal. No. 16572
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,500 fine.
Summary: Retail Pharmacy admitted to a charge of holding for sale outdated and misbranded non-controlled drugs; holding for sale sample drugs; failure of dispensing pharmacist to sign daily computerized records of prescriptions; failing to conspicuously display the official price poster of drugs; and failing to possess the latest edition of the United States Pharmacopoeia Dispensing Information.

Cataldo P. Stasi, Hicksville, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 019338; Cal. No. 16573
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also September 2008)
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of holding for sale outdated and misbranded non-controlled drugs; failure of dispensing pharmacist to sign daily computerized records of prescriptions; failing to conspicuously display the official price poster of drugs; and failing to possess the latest edition of the United States Pharmacopoeia Dispensing Information.

Francis J. Mosher IV, Spencerport, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 033463; Cal. No. 16799
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of dispensing two medications without a physician's order.

L.I. Ezra Apothecary, Ltd, 604 Central Avenue, Cedarhurst, NY 11516

Profession: Pharmacy; Reg. No. 019577; Cal. No. 16893
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Retail Pharmacy admitted a charge of holding misbranded drugs in active inventory.

Robert Scher, Plainview, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 022259; Cal. No. 17072
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of holding for sale and /or offering for sale misbranded and repacked drugs.

Howard Jonathan Brass, North Bellmore, NY

Profession: Pharmacist; Lic. No. 036458; Cal. No. 17075
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998 (see also June 2009)
Action: $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of dispensing controlled substances before user had exhausted all but a seven day supply and signing daily logs on days when he did not dispense prescriptions.


Physical Therapy

Alfred N. Andersen, Pleasantville, NY

Profession: Physical Therapist; Lic. No. 001958; Cal. No. 16942
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of having sexual relations with a patient over a period of approximately one and a half years.


Psychology

Raymond Paul Lightstone, Lynbrook, NY

Profession: Psychologist; Lic. No. 011169; Cal. No. 16667
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of last 21 months of suspension stayed, probation 5 years, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to a charge of having been convicted of Public Lewdness, a Class B Misdemeanor.

Frank J. Vaccaro, Plainview, NY

Profession: Psychologist; Lic. No. 008483; Cal. No. 17026
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 90 day suspension to be served as set forth in consent order application, probation 24 months, $5,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee did not contest a charge of billing for services not provided.


Public Accountancy

Ronald Munsky, Marlboro, NJ

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 044968; Cal. No. 16761
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Found guilty of professional misconduct. License revoked.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of improper professional practice or professional misconduct by a duly authorized professional disciplinary agency of another state by failing to perform the accounting services for which he was engaged and for which he was paid.

Francis John O'Reilly, Elmsford, NY

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 050900; Cal. No. 17191
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license granted.
Summary: Licensee did not contest charges of falsely characterizing related accounts receivable as non-related accounts receivable and issuing an unqualified opinion on financial statements which included these accounts.

Bernard Howard Levy, Minersville, PA

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. (Cert.) No. 026255; Cal. No. 17218
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: Application to surrender license (certificate) granted.
Summary: Licensee was convicted of Conspiracy, a felony, and Willful Failure to file an U.S. Income Tax Return, a Misdemeanor.

Steven Robert Greenwald, Glens Oaks, NY

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 043884; Cal. No. 16776
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 years suspension, probation 4 years.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Conspiracy to Defraud the United States and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree.

Steven Wayne Metal, Commack, NY

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 054211; Cal. No. 16720
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, upon execution of 2 year suspension, probation 1 year, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to having been convicted of Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud and Mail Fraud.

Wayne Piotti, Homer, NY

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 044942; Cal. No. 16980
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 24 month suspension, execution of last 21 months of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $2,500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to having been convicted of Aiding in the Preparation of a False Income Tax Return and Possession of Marijuana.

Paul E. Padlick, Jr., Auburn, NY

Profession: Certified Public Accountant; Lic. No. 048113; Cal. No. 17038
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 1 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 1 year, $500 fine.
Summary: Licensee admitted to having been convicted of Driving While Intoxicated, an Unclassified Misdemeanor.


Veterinary Medicine

Victor J. Tymchyn a/k/a Victor Tymchyn, Altamont, NY

Profession: Veterinarian; Lic. No. 001510; Cal. No. 16950
Regents Action Date: April 22, 1998
Action: 2 year suspension, execution of suspension stayed, probation 2 years, $1,000 fine.
Summary: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree, a Class E Felony.


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