Personnel file: Aug. 20

August 20, 2012 


Tate Hill Jacobs: Lori McGonigal has joined the firm as marketing director and office manager.


Kentucky Bank: Carol Raskin has joined the bank as director of education/development. Chris LeMaster has joined the bank as the mortgage/small business lender for the Clark region.


Kentucky Office of the Bar Admissions: Elizabeth S. Feamster has been named executive director/general counsel. She has practiced with Fowler Bell for more than 27 years.

Stites & Harbison: Jennifer L andrum Elliott, a member of the firm, has been named chair of its Health Care Service Group. She succeeds Charles J. "Mike" Cronan IV, who had served as the chair for nearly a decade.

Thompson Miller & Simpson: Aaron Price has joined the firm as an associate and will practice in the fields of nursing home and products liability defense litigation.


Golden Matrix Fund: Preston Worley, an associate with McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, has been selected to serve as a founding member of the fund's advisory board.

American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds: Roger Fries, president and CEO of Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance, has been elected to a one-year term on the association's executive committee.

The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky: The following have been named new advisory board members: Rita Basuray, guest lecturer, College of Arts and Sciences; Kelly Brewer, artist; Marty Chiles, account manager, Meridian Chiles; Peggy Collins, chair, Art Museum Collectors; and Jane Shropshire, owner, Shropshire Educational Consulting.


Clark Material Handling Co.: Dale Proctor has been named national accounts sales representative.

Turf Town Properties: Karen Wiley Hollins and Jennifer Anderson Bell have joined the firm as sales associates. Together they have formed the Bell-Hollins Group.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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