Central Bank: Jeff Murphy has been named vice president, business development.
Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati: University of Kentucky professor emeritus Donald J. Mullineaux has been elected to serve as chair of the board of directors for a two-year term that began Jan. 1. Mullineaux, a resident of Lexington, is Emeritus duPont Endowed Chair in Banking and Financial Services at the Gatton College.
First Security Bank: Brad Belcher has been named senior vice president of mortgage banking.
Central Bank: Eight new members have been named to the bank's Lexington Advisory Board: Rick Avare, MAP Entities; Jed Bullard, E.D. Bullard Co.; Kiki Courtelis, J&C Kentucky Inc.; Mark Nabity, Grayhawk Construction Co.; Jim Parsons, Ball Homes; Denis Steiner, Denham Blythe Co.; Dr. Russell Travis, Travis Neurosurgical Consulting; and Randy Walker, Randy Walker Electrical Contractors. They join Dr. Michael Karpf, Dennis Anderson, Shae Hopkins, William Lear, Pat Madden, William Owen, P.G. Peeples, Steve Sherman, Michael Tearney, Bill Brewer, Tom Jones, Mike Kerwin, Craig King, Ralph Pawsat, Bill Thomason and Dr. Bill Rood, who continue to serve.
Town & Country Bank: Coby Adkins has been named vice president and market manager for the bank's Nicholasville location.
The Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers: William Deatherage, a partner in the Hopkinsville law firm Deatherage, Myers, and Lackey, has been named president for 2015.
Aviation Museum of Kentucky: The following have been re-elected as officers of the board of trustees for 2015: Jim McCormick, The Jockey Club, chairman; Mike Malone, attorney, retired, vice chairman; Ed Murphy, Fayette County Public Schools, retired, treasurer; and Marty Schadler, UK Cooperative Extension Service, retired, secretary. Two new trustees have been elected to serve three-year terms: Gerry van der Meer, former president of AMK, now retired; and, Bill McKinney, retired Air Force colonel. Other trustees are: Ron Bastin, Lewis Bosworth,Gary Campbell, Rocky Fazzalaro, Dr. George Gumbert, Jerry Landreth, Gary Lowe, Betty Murphy, Margie Riggs, Robert Riggs, Ali Robinson, Bobby Scroggins, Barbara Sellers, T.G. Shuck, Tim Smith, Ron Spriggs, Alan Stein, Doug Steele and Roger Storch.
Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors: The following have been named officers for 2015: Larry Freels, Re/Max Creative Realty, president; Carl Tackett, Coldwell Banker McMahan, president-elect; Shirley DeBoor, Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty, treasurer; and John Groft, Re/Max Creative Realty, treasurer-elect. Members of the 2015 board of directors are: Ben Allen, Bluegrass Sotheby's International Realty; Nancy Allison, DG Schell Real Estate; Ty Brown, Weichert, Realtors Bluegrass; Matt Coomer, Coomer Realty; Sallie Davidson, Sallie Davidson Realtors; Donna Ensminger, Berkshire Hathaway de Movellan Properties; Judy Giannasio, Milestone Realty Consultants/Georgetown; Kristy Gooch, Re/Max Elite Realty; Mike Gooch, Gooch Auction Group; Todd Hyatt, Lois Ann Disponett Real Estate; Lura Justice, Rector-Hayden Realtors; Becky Locknane, Milestone Realty Consultants; Amanda Stepp-Marcum, Berkshire Hathaway Foster Realtors; Randy Newsome, Twin Eagles Realty; and Linda Wiley, Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty.
American Association of Equine Practitioners: Dr. Katherine Garrett, associate veterinarian and director of diagnostic imaging at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, has been named to the board of directors for a three-year term expiring in 2017.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo