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October 12, 2012
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Governor makes appointment to boards and commissions

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Oct. 12, 2012) – Gov. Steve Beshear has made the following appointment to Kentucky boards and commissions:

Gov. Beshear has appointed Jack Riley to the Kentucky Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists to serve for a term expiring Feb. 1, 2014.

  • Jack Riley, of Louisville is the owner of J.R.’s Spa & Salon. He represents cosmetology salon owners. The appointment replaces Shirley A. Medley, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed Diana McIntyre Ross to the board to serve for a term expiring Feb. 1, 2014.

  • Diana McIntyre Ross, of Lexington, is retired.

Gov. Beshear has appointed the following members to the State Board for Proprietary Education:

  • Cindy Landry, of Louisville, is director of academic affairs and compliance at ATA College. She represents privately owned for-profit postsecondary educational institutions. Landry shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2014.
  • Michael B. Gupton, of Louisville, is CEO of Kentucky Dataseam Initiative Inc. He represents privately owned for-profit postsecondary educational institutions. Gupton shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2016.
  • Harold G. Wilham, of Columbia, is the owner of Lake Cumberland CDL Training School Inc. He represents privately owned for-profit postsecondary technical schools. Wilham shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2013.
  • Deborah K. Carter, of Shepherdsville, is CFO at Truck America Training. She represents privately owned for-profit technical schools. Carter shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2015.
  • Jim Allen Jackson, of Frankfort, is an instructor at the University of Kentucky. He represents the public at large. Jackson shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2013.
  • Monica M. Hall, of Lexington, is an LPN at Correct Care. She represents the public at large. Hall shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2016.
  • Walter Leon Lee, of Owensboro, is a retired principal. He represents the public at large. Lee shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2014.
  • Leonard Napolitano, of Louisville, is vice president at Parchment. He represents the public at large. Napolitano shall serve for a term expiring July 21, 2015.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Michael Bryson Price to the State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors to serve for a term expiring May 31, 2015.

  • Michael Bryson Price, of Lewisburg, is a funeral director at Price Funeral Home Inc. He represents the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky. The appointment replaces William L. Danks, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed Danny L. Percell to the board to serve for a term expiring May 31, 2016.

  • Danny L. Percell, of Elizabethtown, is a mortician and the owner of Percell & Sons Funeral Home. He represents the Kentucky Association of Morticians Inc.

Gov. Beshear has appointed David W. Rowlett to the Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission to serve for a term expiring July 1, 2015.

  • David W. Rowlett, of Carrollton, is a farmer and power plant production supervisor at Kentucky Utilities Company. He represents the Kentucky Association of Soil Conservation Districts. The appointment replaces John E. Chism, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed Shirley D. Trunnell to the commission to serve for a term expiring July 1, 2015.

  • Shirley D. Trunnell, of Utica, is a teacher for the Daviess County Board of Education. She represents the Kentucky National Farmers Organization.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed Caroline W. Mudd to the Parole Board to serve for a term expiring June 30, 2016.

  • Caroline W. Mudd, of Lebanon, is a substitute teacher for Marion County Public Schools.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Robert O. Hendrickson to the Advisory Board for Veterans’ Affairs to serve for a term expiring May 10, 2015.

  • Robert O. Hendrickson, of Louisville, is a postal clerk at USPS. He represents Veterans of Foreign Wars. The appointment replaces Donald W. Helton, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the High Performance Buildings Advisory Committee to serve for terms expiring Aug. 22, 2014:

  • Michael Jacobs, of Lexington, is an architect at Omni Architects. He represents the design and construction industry involved in public works contracting.
  • Jeffrey S. Moneypenny, of Louisville, is an architect at Luckett & Farley Architects, Engineers and Construction Managers Inc. He represent the Kentucky Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council.
  • Cheryl Creech Kersey, of Louisville, is a self-employed architect. She represents the Kentucky Society for the American Institute of Architects.
  • Betty C. Whittaker, of Frankfort, is executive director of the Kentucky Manufactured Housing Institute. She represents the Kentucky Manufactured Housing Institute.
  • Michael Speaks, of Lexington, is Dean of the University of Kentucky College of Design. He represents the University of Kentucky College of Design.
  • Robert Bauer, of Frankfort, is executive director of the Kentucky Forest Industries Association. He represents the Kentucky Forest Industries Association.
  • Chris Tyler, of Lexington, is a HVAC sales engineer at Thermal Equipment Sales. He represents the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers.
  • Brandon Akers, of Prestonsburg, is president of Alliance Corporation. He represents the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky.
  • Christopher J. Black, of Paducah, is a general contractor at Ray Black & Son. He represents the West Kentucky Construction Association.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the Agricultural Development Board to serve for terms expiring July 6, 2016:

  • James R. Mahan, of Lexington, is a farmer. He represents active farmers.
  • Patrick M. Henderson, of Irvington, is a farmer. He represents active farmers.
  • Karen M. Curtis, of Mount Olivet, is retired. She represents active tobacco farmers with experience in agricultural diversification.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the Kentucky Milk Commission to serve for terms expiring Aug. 1, 2016:

  • John P. Fay, of Maysville, is a banker at U.S. Bank NA. He represents consumers.
  • Michael Ray Chandler, of Somerset, is president of Southern Belle Dairy LLC. He represents milk producers.

 Gov. Beshear has appointed Lisa D. Ramey to the Madisonville Community College Nominating Commission to serve for a term expiring April 15, 2016.

  • Lisa D. Ramey, of Madisonville, is a legal assistant at Douglas Ramey. The appointment replaces Kimberly P. Gilliam, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the Maysville Community and Technical College Nominating Commission to serve for a term expiring April 15, 2016.

  • Elizabeth B. Andrews, of Maysville, is a teacher for Mason County Public Schools.
  • Kenneth A. Souder, of Flemingsburg, is a barber and a farmer.

Gov. Beshear has appointed Gary W. Napier to the Somerset Community College Board of Directors to serve for a term expiring Aug. 31, 2017.

  • Gary W. Napier, of London, is an attorney at Napier and Associated PSC. The appointment replaces E. Dale Weddle, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the board:

  • Jonathan Arnett, of Somerset, is president and CEO of Southern Petroleum. Arnett shall serve for a term expiring Aug. 31, 2017.
  • Mardi E. Montgomery, of Somerset, is program director for the Pulaski County Board of Education. Montgomery shall serve for a term expiring Jan. 15, 2018.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed Michael E. Hayes to the Charitable Gaming Advisory Commission to serve for a term expiring July 10, 2016.

  • Michael E. Hayes, of Louisville, is a general contractor and the owner of Hayes Contracting. He represents Catholic organizations.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the Kentucky Livestock Care Standards Commission to serve for terms expiring Aug. 19, 2016:

  • Danny Wilkinson, of Columbia, is a farmer. He represents the Kentucky Farm Bureau.
  • Charles Townsend, of Russellville, is a veterinarian. He represents the Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association.
  • Bill G. Sammons, of Guthrie, is farm manager at Cal-Maine Foods. He represents active producers of poultry species.

 Gov. Beshear has appointed the following members to the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board to serve for terms expiring Sept. 15, 2016:

  • Betsy Matthews, of Lexington, is an associate professor at Eastern Kentucky University. She represents college or university professors. The appointment replaces Cherie Dawson-Edwards, whose term has expired.
  • Ashley Michelle Hughes, of Lawrenceburg, is a student. She represents youth under the age of 24. The appointment replaces Adam S. Cummings, whose term has expired.
  • Pascual White, of Williamsburg, is the Whitley County Judge-Executive. He represents the Kentucky County Judge-Executives Association. The appointment replaces Wayne T. Rutherford, whose term has expired.

Gov. Beshear has reappointed the following members to the board to serve for terms expiring Sept. 15, 2016:

  • Hasan Davis, of Paint Lick, is commissioner of the Department of Juvenile Justice. He represents the Department for Juvenile Justice.
  • Benjamin A. Deaton, of Lexington, is a youth advocate and an interior designer at K&T Interiors. He represents youth under the age of 24.
  • Jeanne D. Anderson, of Louisville, is an assistant attorney general for the Commonwealth of Kentucky Attorney General’s Office. She represents the Attorney General’s Office.
  • Susan Westrom, of Lexington, is state representative for the 79th House District. She represents the Kentucky General Assembly.
  • Candace F. Moberly, of Berea, is a student. She represents youth under the age of 24.
  • Edward L. Palmer, of Radcliff, is a pastor at The Sign of the Dove Church. He represents the business community.
  • Beth Lewis Maze, of Mount Sterling, is the Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. She represents the Kentucky Circuit Judges Association.
  • La Mer Kyle-Griffiths, of Lexington, is an attorney at the Department of Public Advocacy. She represents the Department of Public Advocacy.
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