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Corporate Moves — February 2014

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Justin Carroll has joined Kentucky Bank as assistant vice president – small business, mortgage lender at the bank’s Versailles location.

Paul Edwards has joined People’s Exchange Bank as chief credit officer.

TLR corporate ladderLinda S. Pepper has been promoted to senior vice president of First Citizens Bank in Elizabethtown. Carla Kederis has been promoted to assistant vice president and trust operations officer.

Gayle Dockery has been promoted to assistant vice president of Central Bank in Lexington.

Camden Skidmore has joined Town & Country Bank and Trust Co. as vice president for the Bluegrass market. Skidmore will work out of the bank’s Nicholasville office.


Ken Miller has joined Furlong Building Enterprises in Wilder as project manager.

Phil Seale has been named executive vice president of Lexington-based Gray Construction. Brian Jones has been appointed vice president of the company’s Southeast regional office.


Margaret Ridley has been named vice president of business support for Kyndle, a business support and lead economic development organization for Henderson, Union, Webster and McLean counties. Wes Rucks has been named Kyndle’s vice president of communications.


Thomas More College has announced the following appointments: Randy J. Webb, director of bands; Brian Edwards, director of athletic training; and Tony Roderick, director of development.

Sarah Thomas Baldwin has been named vice president for student development for Asbury University.

Chris Sanders has been named director of Campbellsville University’s Louisville Education Center.

Cindy Stowe has been selected as dean of Sullivan University’s College of Pharmacy.


Jason Marker has been named general manager of Yum! Brands Inc.’s KFC business in the U.S.

Kim Borozan and Mark Luxemburger have been promoted to senior directors of national sales for Creative Lodging Solutions, a Lexington company that specializes in long-term and project-based lodging.


Julie M. Norris has been named chief executive officer of Louisville-based M. Joseph Medical, a Louisville-based pharmaceutical and durable medical equipment dealer. Norris succeeds company founder Michael J. Bartlett.

Gary Bensing has been named vice president of human resources for Louisville-based Passport Health Plan.

Nick Harshfield has been named chief financial officer of Exceptional Living Centers, a professional management company headquartered in Lexington that operates 15 not-for-profit healthcare centers across the Midwest.


Franklin K. Jelsma has been elected managing partner of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs. Jelsma succeeds Bill Hollander, who has served as managing partner since 2007 and will continue to be active in the firm. Attorneys elected to join the firm’s partnership include: Gary T. Banet, Mark J. Farmer, Jason A. Lopp, Christopher A. Melton, Robert J. Penta, Justin W. Ross, Daniel I. Waxman and Jennifer L. Wintergerst.

Luke Morgan and Matthew J. Koch have joined the Lexington office of McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland.

Anthony F. Bonner Jr. has been named partner with Dinsmore & Shohl. Bonner practices out of the firm’s Lexington office.

Leslie Cronen has been elected partner of Bubalo Goode Sales & Bliss.

Carter Ruml has joined Stites & Harbison’s Louisville office as partner, working within the trusts and estate planning service group.


David Bertram has been named CEO of Volar Video, a Lexington digital video technology company. Ben Askren has been named president of the company.

Mark Lieberman has been named president and CEO of Lexington-based Viamedia, an independent provider of outsourced local television advertising services.  Lieberman will be based in the company’s New York City office. Jeff Carter, co-founder and former president and CEO of Viamedia, will continue with the company in an advisory role as the vice chairman of the board of directors.


Chad Voelkert has been promoted to vice president of NAI Isaac Commercial Properties in Lexington.

Tyler Smith has joined PRG Investments in Louisville as a principal and managing director.


Rob Wildman has been appointed executive vice president of service operations for Lexington-based NetGain Technologies. Rick Ward has been named executive vice president of finance and administration.


Mary Quinn Ramer has been promoted to vice president of marketing for VisitLEX, Lexington’s convention and visitor’s bureau. John Pohl has been named director of sports and equine sales.


Joe Cain has been named director of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation’s commodity division.

Cara Bernosky Baribeau has been named vice president of marketing and communications for The Community Foundation of Louisville.

Mario Diaz has been named vice president of consulting for Photizo Group, a global business-transformation organization headquartered in Midway.

David Turpie has been named editor of the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. He succeeds Nelson L. Dawson, who has retired.


John Nicholson has announced that he will retire as executive director of the Kentucky Horse Park on April 30, 2014.

Frank Cheatham, senior vice president for academic affairs at Campbellsville University, has announced that he will retire Dec. 31, 2014.

Craig Richard reportedly is stepping down as president and CEO of Greater Louisville Inc. after 14 months. GLI will appoint an interim leader and begin a search, according to news reports.