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F
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43.1
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GE
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GM
45.27
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38.3
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50.51
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118.76
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32.8
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75.4
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47.55
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987.77
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22.4
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CHDN
209.15
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CSVI
48.2
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CSX
53.765
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50.5
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F
12.204
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43.1
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GE
23.635
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GM
45.27
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242.54
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IR
90.84
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6.45
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20.825
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315.715
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SYBT
38.3
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18.41
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67.17
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50.51
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UPS
118.76
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XRX
32.8
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YUM
75.4
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On the Boards: Aug. 2017

AMERICAN HEALTH LAWYERS ASSOCIATION

Michael N. Fine has been named chair of the American Health Lawyers Association’s tax and finance practice group. Fine is a partner with the law firm of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs.

BACK THE BLUEGRASS

■ Back the Bluegrass, a statewide effort to build a stronger bench of Democratic millennial candidates, has announced its board members for the 2018 election cycle: McKenzie Cantrell, state representative, House District 38; Jacqueline Coleman, founder and president, Lead Kentucky; Adam Edelen, co-founder, New Kentucky Project and former state auditor; Colmon Elridge, former special assistant to Gov. Steve Beshear; Angela Evans, councilmember, Lexington District 6; Blair Haydon, executive director, Emerge Kentucky; Alison Lundergan Grimes, secretary of state; Trey McCutcheon, member, Teamsters 89; Christian Motley, senior manager, StriveTogether; Travis Scott, president, Kentucky Young Democrats; Adrian Wallace, board of directors, Kentucky NAACP; and Sellus Wilder, progressive activist, former vice mayor of Frankfort.

JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY BOARD

■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board: Ida Dickie, Louisville; Paula Ratliff Pedigo, Smiths Grove; Ricky Stiltner, Frenchburg; Carey Cockerell, Georgetown; Dalton Gordon, Maceo; Adria Elaine Johnson, Louisville; Gregory Joseph Jones, Independence; and Glenda Mae Edwards, Greensburg.

KENTUCKIANS FOR BETTER TRANSPORTATION

Steven Henderson has been named to the board of directors of Kentuckians for Better Transportation. Henderson is a member of the law firm of Stites & Harbison, based in the Louisville office.

KENTUCKY BOARD OF NURSING

Teresa Huber, Gail Elaine Wise and Dina Byers have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Nursing. Huber, of Maysville, is a nurse on faculty at Northern Kentucky University. Wise, of Mayslick, is a professor of nursing at Kentucky Christian University. Byer, of Murray, is an associate professor of nursing at Murray State University.

KENTUCKY BOARD OF OPTOMETRIC EXAMINERS

Dr. William Thomas Reynolds has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Optometric Examiners. Reynolds, of Richmond, is an optometrist.

KENTUCKY BOARD OF SOCIAL WORK

Thomas “Jene” Hedden and Charlene Burlew have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Social Work. Hedden, of Shelbyville, is a contract clinical therapist for Whitten Psychological Services. Burlew, of Burlington, is clinical director of residential-based services for the Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky.

KENTUCKY NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSION

Larry Prentice Clark and Carl Wayne Breeding have been appointed to the Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission.  Clark, of Greensburg, is a farmer. Breeding, of Lexington, is an attorney.

KENTUCKY PAROLE BOARD

Robert Powers has been appointed to the Kentucky Parole Board. Powers, of Harrodsburg, is the executive director of the Bridge Program.

KENTUCKY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

Talina Rose Mathews, of Frankfort, has been appointed to the Kentucky Public Service Commission.

KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE COMMISSION

Shirley Wiseman has been appointed to the Kentucky Real Estate Commission. Wiseman is a Lexington homebuilder and realtor.

KENTUCKY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS

Wilburn Joe Brothers and James Fulkerson have been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Kentucky Retirement Systems. Brothers, of Elizabethtown, is a retired plant manager. Fulkerson, of Owensboro, is a retired accountant.

KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITY

Roger Reynolds has been appointed to the Kentucky State University board of regents. Reynolds, of Louisville, is an entrepreneur and small-business owner.

KENTUCKY VETERANS HALL OF FAME

Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton has been elected to the board of directors of the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame.

LOUISVILLE REGIONAL AIRLIFT DEVELOPMENT INC.

■ The following individuals have been named to serve on the board of directors for Louisville Regional Airlift Development Inc., a newly formed coalition of business, community and government leaders who are working to bring more air service to Louisville: Chair – Koleman Karleski, investor; Vice Chair – Ed Glasscock, Frost Brown Todd; Secretary – Sandra Frazier, Tandem Public Relations; Treasurer – Michael Montjoy, Mountjoy Chilton Medley; Directors: Wendy Dant Chesser, One Southern Indiana; Roger Cude, Humana; Chuck Denny, PNC Bank; Terry Gill, Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development; Brett Hale, Beam Suntory; Jim Hartlage, Hartlage Management Group; Pete Mahurin, Hilliard Lyons Financial Services; John Moore, Atria Senior Living; Jim O’Malley, Brown-Forman; Kent Oyler, Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI); Brad Richardson, Hardin County Chamber of Commerce; Lesa Seibert, Mightily (Louisville Regional Airport Authority director); Kerry Stemler, K.M. Stemler Co.; Mary Ellen Wiederwohl, Louisville Forward/Louisville Metro Government; and Karen Williams-Goetz, Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau. 

LOUISVILLE SPORTS COMMISSION

■ The following individuals have been appointed to the board of directors of the Louisville Sports Commission: Travis Doster, Texas Roadhouse; Amber Halloran, The Kentucky Center; Steve Hester, Norton Healthcare; and Nick Sarantis, Baptist Health Sports Medicine. Elected as officers are: Chair – David Wombwell, US Bank; Vice Chairman – John Willmoth, Poplar Ventures; Secretary – Casner Wheelock, Middleton Reutlinger; Treasurer – Phil Poindexter, Stock Yards Bank & Trust; and Immediate Past Chair – Wendy Wagoner, LG&E/KU Energy. Elected to serve a one-year term on the commission’s executive committee are: Cleo Battle, Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau; Dr. Stacie Grossfeld, Orthopaedic Specialists; Brett Hale, Beam Suntory; Ed Hartless, 4th Street Live!; John Hollenbach, Hollenbach Oakley Development; David Phillips, Palladium Consulting; Phil Poindexter, Stock Yards Bank & Trust; Jason Rittenberry, Kentucky Venues; Marty Storch, Louisville Metro Parks Department; Gary Ulmer, Louisville Bats; Lani VanderToll, KentuckyOne Health; Wendy Wagoner, LG&E/KU Energy; Casner Wheelock, Middleton Reutlinger; John Willmoth, Poplar Ventures; and David Wombwell, US Bank.

MOREHEAD STATE UNIVERSITY

Deborah Haydon Long has been appointed to the Morehead State University board of regents. Long, of Lexington, is proprietor of Dudley’s on Short restaurant.

MURRAY STATE UNIVERSITY

Don Irvin Tharpe has been appointed to the Murray State University board of regents. Tharpe, of Nicholasville, is a past president of the Pan American Health and Education Foundation and former executive director of the Association of School Business Officials International.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

The University of Kentucky Alumni Association has announced its 2017-2018 board of directors officers: President – Susan Van Buren Mustian, Hebron; President-Elect – J. Fritz Skeen, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.; and Treasurer – Taunya A. Phillips, Lexington.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

Sandra Robbin Shuffett and Derrick Ramsey have been appointed to the University of Kentucky board of trustees. Shuffett, of Nicholasville, is a physician for Baptist Health and a part-time farmer. Ramsey, of Lexington, is secretary of the Kentucky Labor Cabinet.

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