Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Feb. 11

February 11, 2013 


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


Enderle & Co.: Thomas Pavlik has been named staff accountant.


Fowler Bell: Laura Salzman has joined the firm as an associate practicing in commercial litigation and collections.

Stites & Harbison: Attorney William G. "Bill" Geisen has joined the practice as a member of the firm's Construction Service Group.


Lexington Center Corp.: W. Brent Rice, a member of the Lexington office of McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, has been elected chairman of the agency that manages Rupp Arena, Lexington Opera House, Lexington Convention Center, The Shops at Lexington Center and Triangle Park.

Mortgage Bankers Association of the Bluegrass: The following have been named officers and board of director members for 2013: Gesela Brown, Fifth Third Mortgage, president; Jason Heflin, Chase Bank, president-elect; Micah Campbell, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, secretary; William Puckett, Fifth Third Mortgage, treasurer; Lisa Bryant, United Guaranty; Mike Dunn, Walden Mortgage Group; Chris Evans, Thoroughbred Lending Co.; Brian C. Gardner, Gardner Law Office; Noreen Jeremiah, BB&T; M. Monroe Jett, Jett Title; Brian Kegley, PNC Mortgage; Amanda Kerr, Benchmark; Wilma Langfels, PrimeLending; Dan Miller, Webb, Hoskins, Glover & Thompson; Marcie Morris, Kentucky Housing Corp.; Diana Oliver, PNC Mortgage; Ryan Ramsey, Town Square Bank; Jeff Sharp, Walden Mortgage Group; Gretchen Shuck, Shuck Appraisal Co.; Wayne Thompson, Walden Mortgage Group; Tim Vaughan, Stockton Mortgage Corp.; Sherri Wagerman, MGIC; and Roberta Wilson, BB&T.

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky: The following have been named to the board of directors: Sheila Bayes, Sheila Bayes Fine Jewelry; Karen Kelly, Operation UNITE; Bo Maslanyk, Clark Material Handling; and Bill Smithwick, Sunrise Children Services.


LG&E: Paul W. Thompson has been named chief operating officer. Chris Hermann, senior vice president, energy delivery, has announced plans to retire May 1 after 43 years.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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