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Lancaster alumnus honored as distinguished BOCES grad

Anthony KozlowskiA Lancaster High School alumnus has been recognized by Erie 1 BOCES for his professional success after graduation.

Anthony Kozlowski received one of three Distinguished Alumni awards as part of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) division’s Commitment to Education awards ceremony at Maryvale High School in June. Kozlowski earned the award from the Harkness Career & Technical Center in Cheektowaga, having attended the two-year Building Trades program there.

Currently a superintendent for LeChase Construction, Kozlowski oversees contractors and schedules daily activities. He also finds time to be an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.

Before graduating from Harkness in 2012, Kozlowski was inducted into the National Technical Honor Society and received the “Outstanding Senior” award from Chris Burgio’s class.

After graduation, Kozlowski enrolled in the two-year Construction Management program at Erie Community College. He worked for LPCiminelli while attending college and continued as a building superintendent until 2017.

The Commitment to Education awards recognize businesses and alumni that demonstrate ongoing efforts to advance education across the Erie 1 BOCES CTE centers. Award recipients show a sustained involvement in the educational process and provide students with a better understanding of the relevance of school to real-world experiences.

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