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Governor Beshear reappoints Henderson businessman to serve on state board

Governor Beshear reappoints Henderson businessman to serve on state board

Bill Stephens

October 19th, 2015

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A Henderson businessman is among Governor Steve Beshear’s recent reappointments and appointments to state boards and commissions.

Governor Beshear reappointed James Dale Hights to serve as a member of the Financial Institutions Board. Hights, who will represent the banking industry, will serve a term expiring October 10, 2019.

Other appointments made by Governor Beshear included the following:

Gov. Beshear has appointed Deanna Wise Henschel to the office of Circuit Judge for the 2nd Judicial Circuit.

• Deanna Wise Henschel, of Paducah, served as an assistant McCracken County attorney. Judge Henschel shall serve subject to the provisions of Section 152 of the Constitution of Kentucky.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Brent Madison Cooper as a member of the Northern Kentucky Convention Center Corp. Board of Directors.

• Brent Madison Cooper, of Fort Thomas, is an information technology consultant with C-Forward. Cooper replaces Kathryn Marie Groob, whose term has expired. Cooper shall serve for a term expiring July 14, 2019.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Brock MacNeil MacKay to the Kentucky Board of Landscape Architects.

• Brock MacNeil MacKay, of Verona, is a landscape architect with Viox & Viox. He replaces Brian Anderson Shirley, who resigned. MacKay shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Feb. 1, 2016.

Gov. Beshear has appointed the following as members of the Kentucky Board of Licensed Professional Counselors:

• Imelda Ninnette Bratton, of Bowling Green, is an assistant professor at Western Kentucky University. She represents certified professional counselors. Bratton replaces Daya Singh Sandhu, whose term has expired. Dr. Bratton shall serve for a 4 year term expiring Sept. 23, 2019.

• Martha Ross Odle Erwin, of Murray, is a retired attorney. She represents citizens at large. Erwin replaces Sandra Wells Park, whose term has expired. Erwin shall serve for a term expiring Sept. 23, 2019.

• Dr. Charles B. Pemberton, of Louisville, represents certified professional counselors. The appointment replaces Karen Diane Reed, who resigned. Dr. Pemberton shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Sept. 23, 2017.

Gov. Beshear has appointed C. Richard Warner as a member of the Agricultural Development Board.

• C. Richard Warner, of Somerset, is president of Warner Fertilizer Co. and represents the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Warner shall serve for a term expiring July 6, 2018.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following as members of the Agricultural Development Board to serve for terms expiring July 6, 2019:

• Troy D. Rankin, of Georgetown, representing active farmers.

• Jim M. Sidebottom, of Greensburg, representing active farmers.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Dr. Dale Edward Toney to the State Board of Medical Licensure.

• Dr. Dale Edward Toney, of Lexington, is a physician employed by the University of Kentucky. He shall serve for a term expiring Aug. 31, 2019. The appointment replaces Jay Samuel Grider, whose term has expired. Dr. Toney represents licensed medical physicians.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed Dr. Randel C. Gibson to the State Board of Medical Licensure.

• Dr. Randel C. Gibson, of Mayfield, shall serve for a term expiring Aug. 31, 2019. He represents the Kentucky Osteopathic Association.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Dr. Eric Reginald Jackson as a member of the Kentucky Historic Preservation Review Board to serve for a term expiring July 15, 2019.

• Dr. Eric Reginald Jackson, of Florence, is an associate professor of history at Northern Kentucky University. He represents African-American studies. The appointment replaces Paul Allen Tenkotte, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following as members of the Kentucky Historic Preservation Review Board to serve for terms expiring July 15, 2019:

• Kim A. McBride, of Lexington, represents historic archeology.

• Maya DeRosa, of Versailles, represents citizens at large.

Gov. Beshear has appointed the following as members of the Kentucky Commercial Mobile Radio Service Emergency Telecommunications Board:

• Scott McCloud, of Rineyville, represents tier III CMRS providers. He replaces Charles Willis, whose term has expired. McCloud shall serve for a term expiring Aug. 15, 2019. McCloud is a senior vice president and technical officer with Bluegrass Cellular.

• Buford Hurley II, of Flatwoods, represents KENA/APCO. He replaces Stephen Tracy, whose term has expired. Hurley shall serve for a term expiring Aug. 15, 2019. Hurley is Greenup County E-911 director.

• Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. He represents mayors of first or second-class cities or urban-county government. The appointment replaces Daniel Kemp, of Hopkinsville. Mayor Fischer shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Aug. 15, 2016.
• Tyler Campbell, of Georgetown. The appointment replaces Forest Skaggs, who retired. Campbell shall serve the remainder of the unexpired term ending Aug. 15, 2018. He is executive director of the Kentucky Telecom Association and represents the association.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following as members of the Kentucky Commercial Mobile Radio Service Emergency Telecommunications Board, to serve for terms expiring Aug. 15, 2019:

• Dale Wayne Edmondson, of Fort Thomas, represents directors of public safety.

• Michael D. Phillips, of Shepherdsville, represents Kentucky Ambulance Providers.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Jo Ann Peterson as a member of the Kentucky Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.

• Jo Ann Peterson, of Louisville, is a hairdresser at J.R.’s Spa & Salon and represents salon owners. She replaces Jack Lane Riley, who resigned. Peterson shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Feb. 1, 2016.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Nina S. Coyer as a member of the Board of Interpreters for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

• Nina S. Coyer, of Lancaster, represents certified deaf interpreters and replaces Jason Christopher Hurdich. Coyer, who is retired, shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Oct. 1, 2017.

Gov. Beshear has appointed the following as members of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, to serve for terms expiring Sept. 15, 2017:

• Christina Weeter, of Louisville, is director, Division of Student Success, Kentucky Department of Education. She represents employees of the Department of Education. The appointment replaces David B. Wickersham, who resigned.

• Hardin District Judge Kimberly W. Shumate, of Radcliff, represents the District Judges Association. The appointment replaces Cathy Eileen Prewitt, who resigned.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Marshall Bradley Jr. as a member of the Financial Institutions Board to serve for a term expiring Oct. 10, 2019.

• Marshall Bradley Jr., of Louisville, is a banker at Old National Bank and represents the banking industry. He replaces Charles Beach.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following as members of the Financial Institutions Board to serve for terms expiring Oct. 10, 2019:

• Joseph Phillip Roberts, of Lexington, represents broker-dealer securities.

• James Dale Sights, of Henderson, represents the banking industry.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Sheila Isaac as a member of the Executive Branch Ethics Commission.

• Sheila Isaac, of Lexington, replaces Lewis G. Paisley, whose term has expired. Isaac shall serve for a term expiring July 14, 2019, representing the Auditor. Isaac is an attorney and retired judge.

Gov. Beshear has appointed the following as members of the Kentucky Board of Architects:

• Stephanie Reese McCrery, of Louisville, is an interior designer with Reese Design Collaborative. The appointment replaces Margaret M. Sharon, whose term has expired. McCrery shall serve for a term expiring July 15, 2019.

• Carey Laine Anderson Jr., of Louisville, is an architect with C.L. Anderson Architecture LLC. He replaces David Eugene Heyne, whose term has expired. Anderson shall serve for a term expiring Feb. 9, 2019.

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