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Corporate Moves — December 2013

By Karen Baird


■ Lexington-based integrity/Architecture PLLC has named Senior Manager Aaron Bivens as its third principal and owner.

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Teddy Abrams has been named music director designate of The Louisville Orchestra.


Tom Schirmann has joined Burlington-based Heritage Bank as vice president of consumer lending.

John T.  Taylor has been named chief executive officer of Louisville-based Porter Bancorp and chairman of the board of PBI Bank.


John Megibben has been promoted to vice president and region leader for Messer Construction Co.’s Louisville region.


Thomas F. Davisson has been promoted to senior vice president and chief operating officer of the Sullivan University system.

Sue Ott Rowlands has been named vice president for academic affairs and provost at Northern Kentucky University.

Jay S. Allen has been named president of Hopkinsville Community College.

Eduardo Nino-Moreno has been named executive director of The Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship, a partnership between Transylvania University, the University of Kentucky and the center’s board that promotes compromise as a way of solving the nation’s problems.


Bob Heleringer has been named executive director of the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), an organization formed to increase awareness of the importance of the equine industry to Kentucky.


Brian Scantland has been named vice president of planning and performance improvement for Louisville-based Long John Silver’s.


Brian C. Thomas has been named general counsel of the Kentucky Retirement Systems.

Rodney Kuhl has been named commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Vehicle Regulation.


Philip A. Patterson has begun his tenure as president and chief executive officer of Owensboro Health. Patterson succeeds Jeff Barber, who has retired as president and CEO.

Christopher M. Hickey has been named executive vice president and chief executive officer of The Lexington Medical Society.


Leslie Gannon has been named executive director of the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council.


Brooke Parker has been named vice president of CivicPoint LLC, a new Lexington-based public affairs company formed by the law firm of Frost Brown Todd.


Kristen Svarczkopf has been named executive director of International Book Project, a Lexington-based organization that promotes literacy and education.


Christopher Schaefer has been named senior vice president of corporate development at Louisville-based PharMerica Corp.


Harold J. Palmer has been named president of The Jockey Club Technology Services Inc. He succeeds Robert A. (Bobby) Burch, who is retiring at the end of the year.