Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Dec. 30

December 30, 2013 

Education

Georgetown College: The following Georgetown College graduate have been named to the college's board of trustees: David Adkisson, president and CEO, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Frankfort; Tucker Ballinger, president and CEO, Forcht Bank, Lexington; David Knox, retired judge, Georgetown; Sarah Wilson, youth services librarian, Versailles; and Guthrie Zaring, sales representative and realtor, Prospect.

Finance

Enderle & Company: Will Craycraft has joined the company as a staff accountant. He will be working on individual and corporate taxation, trusts and estates.

PBI Bank: Tommy L. Burgett has been named vice president and director of technology.

Organizations

Bluegrass Sports Commission: The following have been named to the board of directors: Johnathon Davis, Retirement Tax Advisory Group, Lexington; Tim Kelly, former publisher of the Lexington-Herald-Leader; Wayne Martin, former president and general manager of WYMT-TV, WBKO-TV, WVLT-TV and WKYT-TV; Brian Miller, general manager of UK IMG Sports Marketing, Lexington; Holly Sheilley, athletics director at Transylvania University; Julian Tackett, Kentucky High School Athletic Association commissioner; and Bob Quick, president and CEO of Commerce Lexington. All begin serving their terms Jan. 1.

Other

Unified Technologies: Jane Davis has joined the company as a communications solutions consultant.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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