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Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Feb. 18

February 18, 2013 


Edward Jones: Winchester businessman Carmack Kersey has been named a principal with the company. He is one of only 37 people — from more than 42,000 associates — named principal.

Community Trust Bancorp: Nick A. Cooley, a member of the bank's board of directors since 1980, has retired effective Jan. 29.


Stoll Keenon Ogden: Allison J. Donovan has been promoted to a member of the firm. She practices law in the area of business services with a focus on mergers and acquisitions.


Kentucky Bar Association: Amy D. Cubbage, Of Counsel at the Lexington office of McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, has been elected to the KBA Board of Governors. She will serve a two-year term beginning July 1, representing the 4th Supreme Court District.

Commercial Property Association of Lexington: The following have been named officers and board of director members for 2013: Will Berkley, president; Clarence Cundiff, vice president; DeWitt Hisle, treasurer; Harold Tate, secretary; Saundra Douglass, executive secretary; Clay Angelucci; Peter Barr; John Cole; Jeff England; Branden Gross; Lamar Hight; Amy Mellinger; Billy Smith; and Todd Stockwell.

Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education: Pam Miller, Lexington, and Dan Flanagan, Campbellsville, have been re-elected chair and vice chair, respectively, to the state's higher education and adult education coordinating agency.


Weichert, Realtors — Bluegrass Living: Vicki Graham has joined the company's sales team.

Tempur-Pedic International: W. Timothy Yaggi has been named chief operating officer.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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