Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of June 23

June 23, 2014 

Architects

Omni Architects: H. Wayne Cowan has joined the Lexington-based architectural firm as director of construction administration. Marketing manager Deborah Cutts has been promoted to senior associate.

Education

Eastern Kentucky University: Thomas Erekson, dean of the College of Business and Technology at Western Illinois University since 2006, has been named dean of the EKU College of Business and Technology, effective Aug. 1. He succeeds Robert Rogow, who will retire July 31.

Campbellsville University: Bill Goodman, host and managing editor of the Emmy Award-winning public affairs series Kentucky Tonight on Kentucky Educational Television, is joining the mass communication department as an adjunct faculty member.

Monmouth College: Clarence Wyatt has been named the 14th president of the Illinois college, effective July 1. Wyatt is a Pottinger Professor of history, chief planning officer and special assistant to the president at Centre College, where he is an alumnus and has been a part of the campus community for four decades.

Finance

Kentucky Bank: The following have been appointed to the bank's Fayette County Regional Board of Directors: William Miles Arvin Jr., attorney, Law Offices of William Miles Arvin, Nicholasville; Rose Mary Stamler Dow, president and secretary of Signal Investments, Lexington; George A. Hoskins, Thoroughbred owner and breeder and managing director of Wimbledon Farm, Lexington; Greg Ladd, founder and owner of Cross Gate Gallery, Lexington; and Wes Omohundro, CPA, Blue & Co., Lexington.

Winchester Federal Bank: Billy Dion Mullins, a Winchester native with more than 17 years of lending experience, has been named vice president and commercial loan officer.

Health care

St. Joseph Hospital: Carol Dwyer has been named vice president of patient care services.

Organizations

American Medical Association: Dr. Steven J. Stack, an emergency physician practicing in Lexington, has been named president-elect. Following a yearlong term as president-elect, Stack will assume the office of president in June 2015. At that time he will be 43 years old and the youngest AMA president in 100 years.

Association for Accounting Marketing: Craig Browning, Blue & Co.'s marketing and business development manager, has been elected to the association's board of directors.

Better Business Bureau of Central & Eastern Kentucky: The following have been named to the 2014 board of directors: Bob Allen, Bob Allen Motors, Danville; Fred Baumann, Baumann Paper Co., Lexington; Scott Brittain, Don Jacobs Imports, Lexington; Johnny Cantrell, Apprisen Financial Advocates, Lexington; Richard "Bud" Carr, Neace Lukens Insurance, Lexington; Scott Connally, Pro Build, Lexington; Walter C. Cox Jr., The Law Offices of Walter C. Cox Jr. and Associates, Lexington; Misti Drury, Warner's Printing Service, Nicholasville; Kenneth Duff, Kentucky Alarm Services, Lexington; Bill Green, Bill Green Custom Woodworking, Nicholasville; Michael Hicks, Electronic Business Machines, Lexington; Andy Hulette, Deckadent Designs, Lexington; Rob Hundley, BACK Construction, Lexington; Jason Mayo, Paramount Lawn Care & Landscaping, Richmond; Stephen Mooney, Central Internal Medicine, Lexington; Elaine Pence, Landscapers Corner, Lexington; Dana Philpot, Mr. Electric of Central Kentucky, Nicholasville; and Bruce Pieratt, Pieratt's, Lexington.

Other

Weichert, Realtors - Bluegrass Living: Realtor Stefany Robinson-Thorpe has joined the sales team and will assist buyers and sellers in the Lexington area.

Xerox: Dennis Brian has been named chief financial officer for commercial health care services.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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