Whitney W. Mallam has been a practicing attorney in Niagara Falls for over 40 years. He has served both on community boards and as volunteer for several organizations.
Whitney's Great, Great, Great Grandfather is Parkhurst Whitney who came to Niagara Falls in 1810. Mr. Whitney was one of the owners of the Cataract House. The hotel was located right on the bank of the Niagara River by the Falls. Under his ownership, it became the largest hotel in Niagara Falls at the time. Mr. Whitney's wife, Cylinda, traces her roots to the Mayflower in 1620. The Three Sister Islands are named in honor of Mr. & Mrs. Whitney's daughters. Little Brother Island is named after their son. Both Parkhurst and Cylinda are buried in Oakwood Cemetery, as are their children and grandchildren.
Mr. Mallam resides in Lewiston, NY.
Alan Kranitz has served as President of the Life Underwriters Association, his Synagogue and the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and as a Board Member of several Civic and Charitable organizations including Rotary and Mount Saint Mary's Hospital. He has been an invited speaker by several Industry Forums and Public Educational Seminars relating to Financial Planning issues. Alan is both a Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant and is a life member of the International Million Dollar Roundtable in the Financial Services Industry.
A lifelong resident of Western New York, Alan is the third generation of his family in the area business community.
Audrey M. (Young) Zygand was born August 2,1962. She is the oldest child of Michael L. and Audrey M. Young and has two siblings. She is married to Keith C. Zygand they have one son.
Audrey attended LaSalle Senior High School , Sunstate Academy of Hair Design in Fort Myers, Florida and along with her husband and son owned and operated a Barbershop in Fort Myers from 1999-2008. Returning home to Niagara Falls, attended NCCC 2011 for Medical Billing degree.
Audrey is a lifetime member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, was in the church choir as a youth and is past church secretary and vestry member. In 1980 was Installed as Beloved Queen of Niagara River Triangle #120 at the Masonic Lodge on South Avenue.
Audrey has 4 Generations of the Transportation Business starting in the late 1800’s , her Great, Great, Great Grandfather started William Young Transportation in Niagara Falls. Her family members which include William and his wife Emma and a few other family members are in the Mausoleum and buried throughout Oakwood , Her husband’s family are also in Oakwood.
She resides in the Niagara Falls area.