Mason & Hanger: Aasiya McCoy has been promoted to associate director of architecture for the Lexington-based architectural-engineering-construction firm.
Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co: Marvin E. "Gene" Strong has been named chairman of the board. Dr. Charles P. Bradshaw has been elected a director of the Frankfort-based bank. Strong is past secretary of the Economic Development Cabinet for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Dr. Bradshaw is a Frankfort dentist who has specialized in general dentistry for more than 35 years.
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Kentucky Bank: Jennifer Stivers has been named vice president and manager of the bank's audit department.
Unified Trust Co.: Michael Weiner has been named chief investment officer. Weiner joins Unified Trust with more than 29 years of experience in the investment management industry and is an accredited Chartered Financial Analyst.
Beaumont Behavioral Health: Dr. Getulio Tovar has joined the practice as a board-certified psychiatrist. He is the former chief of mental health at the VA Hospital. His specialties include adult psychiatry, chemical dependency and cognitive therapy.
Stites & Harbison: Attorney Richard Wehrle has joined the firm's Lexington office as a member working within the Trusts & Estate Planning Service Group. Wehrle's practice focuses on trusts and estate administration, estate planning and charitable giving, charitable and non-profit organizations, estate and gift taxes, probate and fiduciary law.
Wehrle earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1983. He is also a certified public accountant.
Altrusa International, of Lexington: The following have been named to the board of directors of the international non-profit organization for 2013-2014: Nancy Pope and Jo Ellen Lovello, co-presidents; Patricia Wilson, past president; Megan Meserve, vice president; Virginia Smith, Jennie Abner and Sheri Seckman, directors; Janet Hart, foundation treasurer; Alison Slade, treasurer; Karman Wheeler, secretary.
Fayette County Bar Association: Retired Fayette Circuit Judge Sheila Isaac has been named executive director. Isaac will serve as the association's chief operating officer and will oversee all operations and staff.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo