On the Boards: April 2019

Kentuckians named to organizational leadership roles

ADVISORY BOARD FOR VETERANS’ AFFAIRS

Brig. Gen. Steven Bullard and Brenda Gluck have been appointed as members of the Advisory Board for Veterans’ Affairs. Bullard, of Crestwood, is the director of administrative services and legislative liaison for the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs. Gluck, of Foster, is a veteran, homeschooling mother, and wife of a 24-year Navy veteran.

ASSOCIATION OF LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS

Cynthia Knapek, president of The Leadership Louisville Center, has been named chair of the Association of Leadership Programs.

BUILDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF GREATER LOUISVILLE

The Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville has announced its officers  for 2019: President – Scott Welch, Welch Builders Inc.; Vice President – Don Wirtzberger, Sierra Design & Construction; Treasurer – Karen McKechnie, Stonehenge Construction LLC & Sons; Secretary – Tom Waller, Signature Crafted Homes; Associate Vice President – Joe Simms, RE/MAX Associates-Joe Simms Group; Immediate Past President – Mark Simpson, Simpson Builders; Executive Vice President – Juva Barber, Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville; President’s Advisor – Billy Doelker, Key Homes; and Associate Advisor – Tom Raver, Fireplace Distributors. The 2019 board of directors (builders) includes: Ryan Bank, Unbridled Homes; Mark Church, WinMark Homes; Christopher Eldridge, Eldridge Co.; Joe French, Louisville Handyman & Remodeling; Adam Gallagher, Architectural Builders; Morgan John, Pulte Group; Penny Love, Penny Love/Design-Build-Renovate; Justin McElfish, Castlerock Construction Inc.; George Miller, Suburban Construction & Management Inc.; Brad Morgan, Morgan Homes; Michael O’Dea, Michael O’Dea, Builder; Dan Smith, Stonelake Homes; and Clifford Thieneman Jr., Clifford Thieneman Co. Associate directors include: Donnie Blake, OPC Services; Bob Duggins, Smyrna Ready Mix; Kelly Holcomb Jr., Wehr Constructors; P. J. Moore, L&N Federal Credit Union; Teresa Morgan, Semonin Realtors; Peter Nesmith, Bank of England Mortgage; Jarrod Orr, River City Bank; Nick Pregliasco, Bardenwerper, Talbott & Roberts; Scott Roitblat, North Central Insulation & Fireplaces; Phillip Shoulders, PLG Inc. (dba Pioneer Supply Group); Bruce Stansbury, Stansbury Electric Co.; Chase Thieneman, C. Thieneman Realtors; Chad Turner, Carpet Specialists Inc.; and Brent Vorst, Jagoe Homes.

CENTRAL BANK

Eight new members have been named to the Lexington advisory board of Central Bank: Rick Avare, MAP Entities; Jed Bullard, E.D. Bullard Co.; Lucas Campbell, Gorman Co.; Kevin Doyle, Congleton Hacker Co.; William Farish Jr., Lane’s End Farm; John Irvin Jr., Kinkead & Stilz, PLLC; Adolph Rupp III, Rupp and Associates Inc.; and Lawrence Weathers, Lexington chief of police.

DINSMORE & SHOHL

Grahmn N. Morgan has been elected to the Dinsmore & Shohl board of directors. Morgan is a partner in the firm’s Lexington office.

EMERGENCY NURSES ASSOCIATION

Patricia Kunz Howard, of Lexington, has been named president of the Emergency Nurses Association. Howard works at University of Kentucky Healthcare as enterprise director for emergency services. The 2019 ENA board also includes Terry Foster, a critical-care clinical nurse specialist at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Edgewood.

FAYETTE ALLIANCE

Fayette Alliance, a Lexington-Fayette County land-use advocacy nonprofit organization, has named Mary Catherine Jones to the board of directors. Jones is director of marketing and special events at the Red Mile.

FOUNDATION FOR A HEALTHY KENTUCKY

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky has added 28 new members to its community advisory council: Constance Alexander, Murray; Charlotte Beason, Louisville; Dennis Chaney, Bowling Green; Tracey Clark, Hopkinsville; Danny Duncan Collum, Shelby County; Al Cross, Lexington; Colette Crown, Lexington; Barbara Hadley-Smith, Frankfort; Ann Hagan-Grigsby, Louisville; Richard Heine, Lexington; Nancy Jo Kemper, Lexington; Terry Lester, London; Sylvia Lovely, Lexington; Kathryn Mershon, Louisville; J.D. Miller, Lexington; M. Raynor Mullins, Lexington; Judy Myers, Lexington; Mark Neikirk, Highland Heights; Marty Newell, Whitesburg; John Rosenberg, Prestonsburg; Sheila Schuster, Louisville; Doug Scutchfield, Lexington; Rich Seckel, Lexington; Susan Stokes, Louisville; Lisa Tobe, Louisville; Tom Walton, Louisville; Pat Withrow, Paducah; and Charlotte Whittaker, Hartford. LeChrista Finn, of Frankfort, has been named chair of the council. Vice chair is Tim Marcum, of Louisville.

KENTUCKY AGENCY FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY

Shannon Baker has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy. Baker, of Louisville, is an associate advocacy director for the American Lung Association.

KENTUCKY BOARD OF PHARMACY

John M. Fuller has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy. Fuller, of Versailles, is a pharmacy coordinator.

KENTUCKY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BOARD

David Martin Stockton has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Financial Institutions Board. Stockton, of Frankfort, is the president of Stockton Mortgage Group.

KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Ron Bunch, president and chief executive officer of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, has been named board chair of the Kentucky Association for Economic Development.

KENTUCKY FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION

Brian Matthew Fisher has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission. Fisher, of Bowling Green, is the general manager of Hughes and Coleman.

KENTUCKY HUMANITIES

Mary Donna Broz has been elected to the board of directors of Kentucky Humanities, a nonprofit Kentucky corporation affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities and a partner of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and  Heritage Cabinet. Broz, of Lexington, is the executive administrative assistant to the president and CEO of Community Trust and Investment Co.

KENTUCKY LEAGUE OF CITIES

The Kentucky League of Cities has announced its officers for 2019: President – Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf; First Vice President – London Mayor Troy Rudder; Second Vice President – Versailles Mayor Brian Traugott; and Immediate Past President – Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison.

KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS BOARD

Russ Lohan, a Louisville real estate appraiser, has been appointed as a member of the Real Estate Appraisers Board.

KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL LICENSURE

Fort Thomas attorney Philip Daniel Williamson has been appointed as a member of the State Board of Medical Licensure.

SEAFOOD NUTRITION PARTNERSHIP

Stephanie Mattingly has been named to the board of directors of the Seafood Nutrition Partnership, a nonprofit organization that works to build awareness of the health and nutritional benefits of seafood. Mattingly is vice president of marketing for Louisville-based Long John Silver’s.

U.S. HEMP ROUNDTABLE

Graham Purdy, president of Louisville-based Turning Point Brands’ New Ventures, has been elected to the board of directors of the U.S. Hemp Roundtable, a coalition of more than 60 companies that play a major role in shaping the hemp industry.

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