Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of April 28

April 28, 2014 

Health care

Baptist Health: Barry A. Stumbo has been appointed to serve as Regional Foundation Executive for the I-75 Region, serving foundations of Baptist Health Lexington, Richmond and Corbin. Stumbo will be responsible for fundraising strategy and execution, fiscal management, relationship management, operations and board development of the foundation at the Lexington hospital, and will provide oversight of the foundations at the Richmond and Corbin hospitals. Most recently, Stumbo served 13 years as president and CEO of the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundations in Lexington, Berea, London and Mount Sterling.


Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter of the Project Management Institute: The following officers have been newly elected to the 2014 board of directors: Patrick Quirk, president; Christy Adams, president-elect; Eric-Stephan Neill, immediate past president; John Bodner, vice president communications; Michael Whisman, assistant vice president, communications; Hardy Utley, vice president finance; Metty Joseph, assistant vice president, finance; Anh Nguyen, vice president, marketing; Daryl Keltz, assistant vice president, marketing; Sue Knies, vice president, membership; Sumana Sinha, assistant vice president, membership; Masako Hashimoto, vice president, planning; Tammy O'Donnell, assistant vice president, planning; Corey Flannery, vice president, professional development; Lucas Mentzer, assistant vice president, professional development; Dr. Robert Mahaney, vice president, programs; and Suresh Adhikari, assistant vice president, programs.

Thursday's Child: The following have been named officers and board members for 2014: Eric Minton, Davis H. Elliot Co., president; Lisa Fath, Department of Military Affairs, vice president resource development and financial affairs; Leo Brown, 1380 AM Real Life Radio, vice president community awareness and media affairs; Rene Elder, Department of Community Based Services, vice president of services for waiting children; Kathy Palk, Fayette County Public Schools, retired, vice president of services for adoptive families; Carrie Price, Dialysis Clinic; Virginia Sturgeon, Department of Community Based Services, retired; Christie Allen, Eastern Kentucky University; Karen Boden, Department of Community Based Services; Sharon Bradley, Sharon Bradley Design; Cheryl Burnett, Department of Community Based Services; Liz Croney, KVC Behavioral Healthcare/Croney & Clark; J.D. Crowe, Bluegrass musician; Farah Fath, actress; Victoria Fath, Royal Arts Productions; Sheila Faust, Department of Community Based Services, retired; Chris Goodman, WLEX-TV Channel 18; Jennifer Hall, Key Assets Kentucky; Tom Hammond, NBC Sports; Tim Hodge, Department of Community Based Services; Tammy Jones, Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal; Ryan Lemond, Colwell Realty and WLAP radio; Sally Malmer, Appalachian Regional Hospital, retired; Gary McComas, Fire Chief, LFUCG, retired; Nancy Newby, Department of Community Based Services/Wendy's Wonderful Kids; Andrea Pandaru, Department of Community Based Services; Brandi Simon, attorney; Rick Terry, retired; Todd Thomsen, United Parcel Service.

Fayette County Bar Association: Bingham Greenebaum Doll partners Wendy Bryant Becker and Jennifer J. Cave have been named to the association's board of directors. Becker will serve a two-year term as a general director, and Cave will serve a one-year term as the Young Lawyers Representative. Both terms begin May 1.


Ashland Terrace Retirement Home: Kelly Weber has been named executive director effective May 2. Michelle Elison has joined the corporation as assistant director.

Weichert, Realtors - Bluegrass Living: Realtor Zac Peterson has joined the company sales team.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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