Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of March 4

March 4, 2013 

Finance

Century Mortgage Co.: Cindy Bell has joined the company as a residential mortgage loan officer.

Community Trust Bank: Pamela J. King has been promoted to assistant vice president.

Law

McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland: Brittany C. MacGregor has joined the firm's real estate practice group as an associate.

Miller Wells: Earl "Chip" Hamm has joined the firm and will concentrate his practice in the areas of real estate and corporate law.

Organizations

Lexington Clinic Foundation: Allen C. McDaniel has been named foundation development manager.

Litigation Counsel of America: Peter Perlman has been named president of the trial lawyer honor society for 2013. Perlman is the principal of Peter Perlman Law Offices, where he specializes in product liability and crash-worthiness litigation.

The Aviation Museum of Kentucky: The following have been named to the museum's board of trustees: Dr. George Gumbert, president emeritus, retired; Jim McCormick, The Jockey Club, chairman; Mike Malone, retired lawyer, vice chairman; Ed Murphy, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government education, retired, treasurer; Marty Schadler, University of Kentucky, secretary; Lewis Bosworth, University of Kentucky; Gary Campbell, CPA; Rocky Fazzalaro, Delta Air Lines, retired; Dr. Ray Garman, UK; Jerry Landreth, retired commercial pilot; Betty Murphy, Avis; Margie Riggs, Presentation Solutions; Robert Riggs, Riggs Sales and Service; Barbara Sellers, WW Grainger; T.G. Shuck, New York Life Insurance; Tim Smith, Kentucky Institute for Aerospace Education; Ron Spriggs, IBM, retired; Alan Stein, The Stein Group; Roger Storch, Blue Star Plastics, and Gerry van der Meer, president and COO, Aviation Museum of Kentucky.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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