Bank of the Bluegrass & Trust Co.: Fran Taylor, a principal in the philanthropic consulting firm My Giving Advisor, has been named to the advisory board of directors.
Community Trust Bank: Jeannine M. Petell has been named a vice president and will be branch manager at the Leestown Road office.
Farmers Capital Bank Corp.: R. Terry Bennett, a Hardin County attorney, has been named chairman. J. Barry Banker, manager of Stewart Home School, has been named vice chairman. Fred N. Parker, president and CEO of Kentucky River Coal Co.; David Y. Phelps, president and CEO of CreoSalus; and Charles Frederick Sutterlin, managing principal and general counsel of PRG Investments, have been named to the board of directors.
Fifth third Bank: Jennifer Wilson has been promoted to private bank investment executive.
Kentucky Bank: Allen Johnson has been named a mortgage and small business lender. He will be based in Cynthiana.
UBS Financial Services: Peter S. McFarland has been named first vice president, financial adviser.
HealthFirst Bluegrass: Tom Burich and Rick West have been elected to the health center's board of directors.
The Center for Rural Development: Delaney Stephens has been named youth programs coordinator and community liaison for the Somerset-based non-profit.
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission: Craig Cammack of Qx.net and Robert Orbach, a retired educator, have been named to the commission.
Christian Care Communities: Margaret McCoskey has been named a community and family liaison.
Kentucky American Water: Charles "Charlie" Boland has been named major accounts/external affairs specialist.
Mutual of Omaha: Steve Bivens, formerly of Lexington, has been named vice president, underwriting operations.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo