Richmond’s Jennings named to judgeship, Winchester college student named to ed board

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Gov. Andy Beshear has built the subsequent appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions:

— Appointed the Honorable Kimberly Geoghegan to the emptiness in the place of work of District Judge, Division 1, for the 8th Judicial District of Kentucky.

— Appointed the Honorable Robert Vincent Jennings of Richmond to the emptiness in the business of District Judge, Division 2, for the 25th Judicial District of Kentucky.

— Appointed Jerry Abramson as a member of the University of Louisville Board of Trustees.

  • Jerry Abramson of Louisville is the Government in Residence at Spalding University. He replaces Matthew Barzun, who has resigned. Mr. Abramson shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired phrase ending Jan. 13, 2027.

— Appointed Elaine Walker as a member of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Schooling. Gov. Beshear has also reappointed Colby Birkes.

  • Elaine Walker of Bowling Inexperienced is retired. She replaces Doris Thomas who has resigned. Mrs. Walker shall provide for a time period expiring Dec. 31, 2026.
  • Colby Birkes of Winchester is a regulation university student. Mr. Birkes shall serve for a time period expiring June 30, 2022.

— Appointed Lynn Hampton as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Kentucky Retirement Techniques.

  • Lynn Hampton of Windy Hills is an aviation marketing consultant at Lynn Hampton Associates. She replaces David Harris, who has resigned. Ms. Hampton shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending June 17, 2022.

— Reappointed Damon Preston as a member of the Kentucky Community Advocacy Fee as the Public Advocate.

— Appointed Doris Sarr as a member of the Fee on Human Rights.

  • Doris Sarr of Murray is a consultant and qualified grant author. She replaces Timothy Wayne Thomas, who is deceased. Dr. Sarr shall provide for the remainder of the unexpired time period ending Sept. 12, 2023.

— Appointed Tony Colyer, Frederick Higdon and M. Melinda Karns as associates of the Board of Tax Appeals.

  • Tony Colyer of Louisville is an legal professional at Colyer Law Organization, PLLC. Mr. Colyer shall serve for a time period expiring June 29, 2023.
  • Frederick Higdon of Lebanon is an legal professional and CPA at Spragens & Higdon. Mr. Higdon shall serve for a expression expiring June 29, 2024. Mr. Higdon has been appointed as Chairperson of the Board of Tax Appeals.
  • M. Melinda Karns of Lexington is a CPA at Blue and Co. Ms. Karns shall provide for a phrase expiring June 29, 2025.

— Appointed Michael Plummer, James Dale Sights and Joe Childers as users of The Board of Claims.

  • Michael Plummer of Fort Mitchell is an attorney at Michael E. Plummer & Associates. Mr. Plummer shall serve for a phrase expiring June 29, 2023.
  • Dale Sights of Henderson is an executive at Henderson Addiction Restoration, LLC. Mr. Sights shall provide for a expression expiring June 29, 2024.
  • Joe Childers of Lexington is an lawyer at Joe F. Childers & Associates. Mr. Childers shall provide for a time period expiring June 29, 2025. Mr. Childers has been appointed as Chairperson of The Board of Promises.

— Appointed Loren VanDyke Wolff as a member of the Northern Kentucky Convention Center Corporation Board of Directors.

  • Loren VanDyke Wolff is an attorney. She replaces Bart Porter, whose phrase has expired. Mrs. Wolff shall provide for a term expiring July 14, 2025.

— Reappointed Lynn Florence as a member of the Kentucky Statewide Council for Vocational Rehabilitation.

  • Lynn Florence of Louisville is a Kentucky Business enterprise Enterprises seller. Ms. Florence shall provide for a term expiring June 27, 2023.

— Appointed Darrin McCauley as a member of the Faculty Amenities Construction Fee.

  • Darrin McCauley of Louisville is a company loan company and banker at Old Nationwide Financial institution. He replaces Erik Hermes who has resigned. Mr. McCauley shall provide for the remainder of the unexpired expression ending on Dec. 31, 2022.

— Appointed Brian Mackey as a Member of the Fish and Wildlife Resources Fee, representing the 4th Fish and Wildlife District, productive August 14, 2021.

  • Brian Mackey of Sonora is a farmer at Dixie Inventory Farm. He replaces Kenny Knott, whose term has expired. Mr. Mackey shall serve for a expression expiring August 13, 2025.

— Appointed Valerie Smothers as a member of the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Therapeutic massage Therapy. Gov. Beshear has also reappointed Cheryl Turner and Shari Thompson.

  • Valerie Smothers of Benton is the operator of Palpation Prep School of Massage. She replaces Marilyn Gossett, whose expression has expired. Mrs. Smothers shall provide for a term expiring July 16, 2024.
  • Cheryl Turner of La Grange is a accredited therapeutic massage therapist at Therapeutic massage Envy. Ms. Turner shall provide for a time period expiring July 16, 2024.
  • Shari Thompson of Frankfort is the studio owner and yoga trainer at My Aged Kentucky Om. Ms. Thompson shall provide for a term expiring July 16, 2024.

— Appointed Deirdre Cummings as a member of the Early Childhood Advisory Council. Gov. Beshear has also reappointed Jason Glass, Jaesook Gilbert, Kim Fithian and Paula Goff.

  • Deirdre Cummings of Louisville is a lawyer, therapist, writer and CEO of Abi, LLC. She replaces Joshua Cramer, who has resigned. Mrs. Cummings shall provide for the remainder of the unexpired expression ending June 30, 2024.
  • Jason Glass of Frankfort is the commissioner of the Kentucky Section of Education and learning. Commissioner Glass will provide for a time period expiring June 30, 2025.
  • Jaesook Gilbert of Hebron is a professor at Northern Kentucky University. Ms. Gilbert shall provide for a expression expiring June 30, 2025.
  • Kim Fithian of Prospect is the director of Head Start off at the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative. Ms. Fithian shall serve for a expression expiring June 30, 2025.
  • Paula Goff of Lexington is a method administrator at the University of Kentucky. Ms. Goff shall provide for a phrase expiring June 30, 2025.

— Appointed Robin Gabbard, Janie Campbell and Fitz Steele as users of the Hazard Community and Specialized College Nominating Fee.

  • Robin Gabbard of Gays Creek is Main Running Officer of LKLP Neighborhood Motion. She replaces Tim Cody, whose expression has expired. Ms. Gabbard shall serve for a term expiring April 15, 2024.
  • Janie Campbell of Jeff is a teacher at East Perry Elementary University. She replaces Rodney Corridor, whose time period has expired. Mrs. Campbell shall serve for a time period expiring April 15, 2024.
  • Fitz Steele of Hazard is a getting agent for Perry County Fiscal Court. He replaces Matt Mathis, whose phrase has expired. Mr. Steele shall provide for a time period expiring April 15, 2025.

— Appointed Melissa Bentley as a member of the Board of Nursing.

  • Melissa Bentley of Vanceburg is a registered nurse and regulatory threat supervisor for Campbellsville Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. She replaces Robyn Wilcher, whose phrase has expired. Ms. Bentley shall serve for a time period expiring June 30, 2025.

— Appointed Lacy Rice as a member of the Kentucky African-American Heritage Fee.

  • Lacy Rice of Radcliff is the President and Government Director at Rice FAME Team, Inc. He replaces Cordelia Harbut, who has resigned. Mr. Rice shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired time period ending Feb. 1, 2022.

— Appointed Cara Stewart as a member of the Condition Labor Relations Board.

  • Cara Stewart of Covington is the director of coverage and advocacy at Kentucky Voices for Health. She replaces Jeffery Smith, whose term has expired. Mrs. Stewart shall serve for a phrase expiring April 24, 2025.

— Appointed Glenn Ridley as a member of the Governor’s Postsecondary Schooling Nominating Committee.

  • Glenn Ridley of Henderson is retired. She replaces Elaine Walker, who has resigned. Mrs. Ridley shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired phrase ending April 14, 2026.

— Appointed Stephanie Taylor, Mark Cook dinner and Michael Kleinert as members of the Point out Board of Physical Treatment.

  • Stephanie Taylor of Madisonville is a professor and bodily therapist assistant. She replaces Tom Pennington whose time period has expired. Ms. Taylor shall provide for a time period expiring April 30, 2025.
  • Mark Prepare dinner of Covington is a actual physical therapist assistant at St. Elizabeth Healthcare. He replaces Christopher Pyles, whose phrase has expired. Mr. Cook dinner shall serve for a term expiring April 30, 2025.
  • Michael Kleinert of Louisville is an legal professional at Stites and Harbison, PLLC. He replaces William Brown, whose expression has expired. Mr. Kleinert shall serve for a expression expiring April 30, 2025.

— Appointed Jenny Collins as a member of the Kentucky Arts Council.

  • Jenny Collins of Millstone is a teacher at Jenkins Unbiased Colleges. She replaces Josephine Richardson, who has resigned. Ms. Collins shall provide for the remainder of the unexpired expression ending on Nov. 18, 2024.
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