Craig Hinderleader, Class of 2005Craig Hinderleider, '05, has been named the new general manager of the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena by the Jamestown Center City Development Corp. Hinderleider was previously the arena's interim general manager.

As general manager, Hinderleider will oversee all operations and functions of the arena. When the ice arena opened its doors in 2002, Hinderleider began working at the ice arena as a part-time Zamboni driver while he was working on his degrees. In 2005, he graduated from JCC with an associate's degree in math and science. He went on to earn a bachelor's degree from Fredonia in accounting in 2008. After his graduation, Hinderleider was promoted as the arena's operations manager, overseeing ice maintenance and general procedure. He earned another promotion in 2014 when he was appointed assistant general manager.

''I have been dedicated to this building since the day the doors opened and I am honored and excited to take on this new role. With my experience and knowledge of this arena, I am confident in my abilities to lead the JSBA into this new, exciting era for downtown Jamestown,'' Hinderleider told The Post-Journal.

Hinderleider is an alumnus of the Jamestown Lakers and participates in the Jamestown Adult Hockey League. He has also earned several certifications through Serving the American Rinks, the educational leader for ice rink managers in the United States, including that of certified ice technician, certified rink administrator, and certified ice rink manager.

He lives in Jamestown with his wife, Nicole.

Friday, January 15, 2016 - 8:33am
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