Includes Oral History Commission, Kentucky Arts Council
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Feb. 12, 2015) — Gov. Steve Beshear has made appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions.
Reappointed to the Kentucky Oral History Commission, effective Feb. 16, 2015, to serve for terms expiring Feb. 15, 2019:
- James D. Bolin, of Murray, is a history professor at Murray State University.
- Theresa M. Osborne, of Bledsoe, is a folklorist and teacher in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.
Appointed to the Hart-Supported Living Council, representing persons with a disability.
- Randall E. Brewer, of Winchester, is retired. The appointment replaces Ava G. Heath, who resigned. Brewer shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending July 14, 2016.
Appointed as a member of the Kentucky Public Transportation Infrastructure Authority, representing the Kentucky Association of Counties.
- Boyle County Judge-Executive Harold W. McKinney, of Danville, replaces Joseph H. Mattingly, who has resigned. McKinney shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Oct. 1, 2017.
Appointed to the Commission on Small Business Advocacy, to serve for terms expiring Aug. 22, 2018:
- Herbert L. McKee, of Henderson, is a self-employed consultant. He represents the 1st Congressional District. The appointment replaces Joe Edward Rogers, whose term has expired.
- Earl F. Hamm Jr., of Louisville, is an attorney with Hamm & Associates PLLC. He represents the 3rd Congressional District. The appointment replaces John Thomas Underwood, whose term has expired.
Reappointed to the Commission on Small Business Advocacy for a term expiring Aug. 22, 2018. He represents the 6th Congressional District.
- Tyrone D. Tyra, of Lexington, is vice president for community and minority business development with Commerce Lexington.
Appointed to the Public Service Commission.
- Daniel E. Logsdon Jr., of Lexington, replaces Linda K. Breathitt, who has resigned. Logsdon shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending July 1, 2017.
Appointed as a member of the Kentucky Arts Council to serve for a term expiring Feb. 1, 2019.
- Lacy Hale, of Ermine, is an artist. She replaces Roanne H. Victor, whose term has expired.
Reappointed to the Kentucky Arts Council, to serve for terms expiring Feb. 1, 2019:
- John S. Hockensmith, of Georgetown, is a photographer. Helen W. Mountjoy, of Utica, is a community volunteer.
- Mary Michael Corbett, of Louisville, is system vice president of health policy and government relations for Norton Healthcare. She is designated as chair of the council.
Appointed to the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission, to serve for terms expiring April 17, 2016:
- Richard F. Curtis, of Danville, is an administrative officer in the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Department of Public Safety. He represents local government. The appointment replaces Leonard Shepperson, whose term has expired.
- Liles B. Taylor, representing the Lieutenant Governor’s Office. Taylor is deputy chief of staff in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. The appointment replaces Chad Aull, who resigned.
Reappointed to serve as members of the Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service, to serve for terms expiring Jan. 3, 2018:
- Daron E. Jordan, of Madisonville, is community development director for the City of Madisonville.
- Jackie W. Rogers, of Science Hill, is a curriculum specialist with the Pulaski County Board of Education.
- Melissa J. Benton, of Frankfort, is a grant administrator with the Kentucky Housing Corp.
- Kevin L. Russell, of Radcliff, is a tank mechanic for the U.S. government.
- Rachel C. Johnson, of Pikeville, is a field representative for the 5th District for the Department for Local Government.
- Madison C. Silvert, of Owensboro, is president and CEO of Greater Owensboro Economic Development Corp.
Appointed as a member of the Advisory Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders and designated her as co-chair of the council.
- Jackie Richardson, of Louisville, is executive director of the Kentucky Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs. She replaces Eugene H. Foster. Richardson shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Oct. 15, 2018.