BANK OF THE BLUEGRASS & TRUST CO.
■ Keith Moody has joined the advisory board of Lexington-based Bank of the Bluegrass & Trust Co. Moody is retired from Lexmark International, where he most recently served as vice president and chief information officer.
BUILDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY
■ The Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky has announced its leadership team for 2018: President – John Curtin, Paul Hemmer Co.; Immediate Past President – Bill Cullen, Cullen Brothers; Vice President – Tom Withorn, Craftsmen by Design; Secretary/Treasurer – Ross Kreutzjans, Kreutzjans Construction Co.; Associate President – Watson Jones, C.K. Ash Insurance; John Cain, Wiseway Supply. Directors: Shad Sletto, EGC Construction; Ben Taylor, Drees Homes; Fred Cernetisch, Pella; Mike Riegler, Len Riegler Blacktop; Brandy Roberts, Florida Tile; Nick Smith, Keller Williams Realty; Mike Willenbrink, land development council president, Bayer Becker; and Michelle Caldwell, sales and marketing council president, Huntington Bank.
■ Marty Trimble has been appointed to the board of directors of the Denham-Blythe Co., a Lexington-based construction and design firm.
DINSMORE & SHOHL
■ Attorneys R. Kenyon Meyer and Lee Stautberg have been elected to the Dinsmore & Shohl board of directors. Meyer is a partner in the litigation department and office managing partner of the law firm’s Louisville office. Stautberg is a partner in the firm’s Cincinnati office.
HENDERSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
■ Dwight E. Williams, Ty Ward Rideout, Jennifer P. Andrews and John S. Wilkey have been appointed to the Henderson Community College board of directors. Williams, of Henderson, is a retired U.S. Army colonel. Rideout, of Henderson, is owner of Abba Promotions, R.B. Properties, and SBAK Enterprises. Andrews, of Henderson, is an attorney with King, Deep & Branaman. Wilkey, of Henderson, is a financial advisor for Edward Jones.
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL FINANCE CORP.
■ Linda L. Rumpke has been appointed to the Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corp. board of directors. Rumpke, of Bardstown, is director of finance for Columbia Gas of Kentucky.
KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OF CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAUS
■ Troy Beam, executive director of the Shepherdsville-Bullitt County Tourist Commission, has been elected 2018 president of the Kentucky Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus. 2018 KACVB officers include: Vice President – Eric Summe, MeetNKY; Secretary – Nancy Turner, Winchester-Clark County Tourism Commission; Treasurer – Erin
Carrico, Murray Convention and Visitors Bureau; and Immediate Past President – Katie Fussenegger, ShelbyKY Tourist Commission.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF PHARMACY
■ Peter P. Cohorn, Joe Davis Forgy and Jill Rene Rhodes have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy. Cohorn, of Henderson, is a pharmacist with Rite Aid and an attorney. Forgy, of Morgantown, is a retired pharmacy operator. Rhodes, of Crestwood, is a pharmacist with the University of Louisville Hospital.
KENTUCKY COUNCIL ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
■ Joseph P. Papalia and Robert H. Staat have been appointed to the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Papalia, of Louisville, is an entrepreneur. Staat, of Goshen, is a professor with the University of Louisville’s School of Dentistry.
KENTUCKY EMPLOYERS’ MUTUAL INSURANCE AUTHORITY
■ Joseph Koester, J. Miller Hoffman, Lisa S. Clark and Rebecca Hedgspeth have been appointed to the board of directors of the Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance (KEMI) Authority. Koester, of Villa Hills, is owner of Herzog Jewelers. Hoffman, of Mt. Sterling, is managing member of the Limestone Agency. Clark, of Louisville, is owner and controller of the F.D. Pierce Co. Hedgspeth, of Louisville, is an insurance agent with Epic Insurance Solutions.
KENTUCKY FARM SERVICE AGENCY COMMITTEE
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky State Farm Service Agency Committee: Sharon Furches, Calloway County (chair); Tom Flowers, Shelby County; Kenny Imel, Greenup County; Brenda Paul, Bourbon County; and Bart Peters, Trigg County.
KENTUCKY GRAPE AND WINE COUNCIL
■ Anthony J. Parnigoni, Shanna Osborne, Rachael E. Peake, Francine C. Sloan,
Raymond Meyer and Patsy Elizabeth Wilson have been appointed to the Kentucky Grape and Wine Council. Parnigoni, of Crittenden, is owner of Brianza Gardens and Winery. Osborne, of Owenton, is general manager of Elk Creek Vineyards. Peake, of Frankfort, is owner of Capital Cellars. Sloan, of Lawrenceburg, is owner of Rising Sons Winery. Meyer, of Shepherdsville, is a retired civil engineer and wine distributor. Wilson, of Lexington, is a viticulture extension specialist with the University of Kentucky.
KENTUCKY PERSONNEL BOARD
■ Mark Opp Haines has been appointed to the Kentucky Personnel Board. Haines, of Glasgow, is a financial advisor with Edward Jones.
KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CENTER
■ Joseph A. McClung has been appointed to the Kentucky Transportation Center advisory board. McClung, of Leitchfield, is owner of Bluegrass Telephone Co. and McClung Rentals.
KENTUCKY – WEST VIRGINIA LOUIS STOKES ALLIANCE FOR MINORITY PARTICIPATION
■ Sonia Sanders has been appointed to the advisory board of the Kentucky – West Virginia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation. LSAMP is a consortium of colleges and universities that work together to create, enhance and expand programs to broaden participation and increase the quality and quantity of students from underrepresented populations who receive degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Sanders is assistant vice president for public engagement and community outreach at Kentucky State University.
MAYSVILLE COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
■ Monica Hill, David Rhodes, Peter Feil and Avi Bear have been appointed to the Maysville Community & Technical College board of directors. Hill, of Flemingsburg, is an attorney with Campbell, Rogers & Hill. Rhodes, of Mount Sterling, is vice president of business development for The Walker Company of Kentucky. Feil, of Ft. Thomas, is vice president and general manager of Stober Drives Inc. Bear, of Cynthiana, is a pastry chef and owner of Oven Art Inc.
NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING
■ Mark Vogt has been named to the board of governors of the National League for Nursing, an organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education. Vogt is chief executive officer of Louisville-based Galen College of Nursing.
OWENSBORO COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
■ William K. Mounts, Cecelia W. Robinson and M. Joan Hayden have been appointed to the Owensboro Community & Technical College board of directors. Mounts, of Owensboro, is vice president of OMICO Plastics. Robinson, of Owensboro, is community relations director for Ohio County Hospital. Hayden, of Philpot, is co-owner of Hayden Electric and Hayden Farms.
THOROUGHBRED AFTERCARE ALLIANCE
■ Walt Robertson has been elected to the board of the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance, a nonprofit organization that accredits and provides grants for organizations to retire, retrain and rehome Thoroughbreds. Robertson is an attorney with the law firm of Stites & Harbison.