Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Dec. 31

December 31, 2012 


Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney: R. Douglas Martin has joined the firm. Martin is a partner of the firm and focuses his practice on real estate, business, governmental and health care law.

Frost Brown Todd: Ellen Cochran Kuendig has joined the firm as a senior associate in its business litigation group.


Federal Bureau of Investigation: Fayette County Sheriff Kathy H. Witt has been re-elected as vice chair of the FBI's Advisory Policy Board. Witt has served on the board for eight years and has been a part of Lexington's criminal justice community for almost three decades.

Lexington Medical Society: The following have been elected officers for 2013: Dr. Thomas H. Waid, president elect; Dr. David S. Kim, vice president elect; Dr. Jason P. Harris, secretary-treasurer elect. Taking office on Jan. 1 will be Dr. Larry L. Cunningham Jr., president; Dr. Thomas K. Slabaugh Jr., vice president; and Dr. Kaveh R. Sajadi, secretary-treasurer.

Center for Rural Development: Robert "Bob" Mitchell, former district administrator and long-time political adviser to U.S. Congressman Hal Rogers, has been named to serve a three-year term on the Center's executive committee.


Kentuckiana Comfort Center: Paul Karem has been named vice president and general manager of the company's service and sales division. Kevin Vanover has been named territory sales director.

Campus Cooks: Jay Neubauer has been named unit manager for Delta Gamma Sorority at the University of Kentucky.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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