Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Dec. 12

December 10, 2012 

Education

Midway College: John P. Marsden has been named the college's 10th president.

Finance

Fifth Third Bank: Pattie Imperial has been named the investment advisors executive.

Kentucky Bank: Ryan Quarles, a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives, representing Scott County, has been named to the bank's Scott County Regional Board of Directors.

Organizations

National Association of Realtors: Lexington Realtor Becky Murphy has been elected regional vice president over Region 4, which includes Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Friends of Kentucky Libraries: Jarrett Boyd of Madison, Ind., and Barbara DeVault of Morganfield, have been named to the organization's board of directors.

Lexington Lioness Club: The following have been named 2012-13 officers for the club, which serves as the auxiliary to the Lexington Lions Club: Debbie Meers, president; Sandy Ellsworth, first vice president; Kathryn Nickens, secretary; Beverly Jacobson, treasurer; Lynn Lindsey, immediate past president; Betty Thompson, parliamentarian; Billie Johnson, second vice president; Billie Botkin, third vice president; Jenny Smith, first director; Paula Shouse, second director; and Judi Creech, third director.

YMCA of Central Kentucky: David Martorano has been named president/CEO.

Other

Alltech's Lexington Brewing and Distilling Co.: Hal Gervis has been named global operations manager and will work to unify the company's brewing and distilling teams, lead the facility in future expansions and broaden the reach of the company's beer and spirits brands in the United States and internationally.

Commonwealth Real Estate Professionals: Realtors Trina Hinkle, Mark Bush, Linda Mosich, Danny Erwin and Jennifer Jordan have joined the company.

Delta Natural Gas: Sandra Gray, president of Asbury University in Wilmore, has been named to the company's board of directors.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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