Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Jan. 14

January 14, 2013 


JRA Architects: Mark E. Trier has been named president and will manage the Louisville office. Robert Deal has been named executive vice president and will manage the Lexington office.


Century Bank of Kentucky: Darin Young has been named president and CEO of the Lawrenceburg bank. G. Anthony Busseni has been named president and CEO of holding company Century Bancshares.

Kentucky Bank: James B. Braden has been named chief administrative officer.


Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors: The following have been elected officers and members of the board of directors for 2013: Al Blevins, Caswell Prewitt Realty, Mount Sterling, president; Linda Wiley, Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty, president-elect; Betty Musselman, RE/MAX Creative Realty, treasurer; Chip Diehl, Prudential A.S. de Movellan, treasurer-elect; Ty Brown, Weichert, Realtors Bluegrass; Shirley DeBoor, Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty; Donna Ensminger, Prudential A.S. de Movellan; Kristy Gooch, RE/MAX Elite Realty; Mike Gooch, Gooch Auction Group; Tara Hayes, Rector-Hayden Realtors; Todd Hyatt, Lois Ann Disponett Real Estate; Lura Justice, Rector-Hayden Realtors; Mary Anne Simmons, EXP Realty; Carl Tackett, Coldwell Banker McMahan; Missy Winchell, RE/MAX Creative Realty; and Kay Wright, Rector-Hayden Realtors.

National League for Nursing: Steve Hyndman, a former associate dean at Georgetown College and current vice president of online for Galen College of Nursing in Louisville, has been named public commissioner of the Certified Nurse Educator Commission by the NLN Academic Nurse Educator Certification Program.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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