Personnel file - Dec. 21


Campbell & Co.: Christina Stone has joined the company as a staff accountant.

Forcht Bank: Bill Ingram has been named vice president, business relationship officer. Matthew DeMoss has been named a relationship officer. Lisa Eastridge has been named chief bank service officer.

Health care

Lexington Diabetic Center: Dr. Tamea Evans has joined the practice. She is board-certified in internal medicine with training from the University of Kentucky and Christ Hospital in Cincinnati.


Stites & Harbison: Jonathan E. Harris has joined the Lexington office as a member of the firm's intellectual property and technology service group. Ashley Crafton Owens has joined the firm's Lexington office as a member of the torts and insurance practice service group.

Stoll Keenon Ogden: Monica Braun had joined the business litigation group of the firm's Lexington office. Nathaniel Kissel has joined the bankruptcy, financial restructuring and workouts practice group in the firm's Lexington office. Christopher Way has joined the business entities and transactions and health care practice groups in the firm's Lexington office.


Kentucky Authority for Educational Television: Dr. Suvas Desai, a Berea urologist, and Thomas Elliott, Louisville, have been named members of KET's governing body.

Kentucky Cable and Telecommunications Association: Randy Hollis has been named executive director of the Frankfort-based trade association.

Kentucky Farm Bureau: The following have been named officers and board members: Mark Haney, Pulaski County, president; John C. Hendricks, Clark County, first vice president; Eddie Melton, Webster County, second vice president; David S. Beck, executive vice president; Randall Heath, Graves County; Tripp Furches, Calloway County; Kelly Thurman, McLean County; Steve Bolinger, Christian County; J. Fritz Giesecke, Hart County; Larry Thomas, Hardin County; Patrick M. Henderson, Breckinridge County; Russell Poore, Logan County; Jay Coleman, Barren County; Scott Travis, Spencer County; Randy Chrisman, Anderson County; David Chappell, Owen County; Terry Rowlett, Henry County; Danny Wilkinson, Adair County; Kim McCoy, Cumberland County; Terry R. Gilbert, Boyle County; David L. Campbell, Lincoln County; Alex Barnett, Harrison County; David McGlone, Carter County; Carroll Amyx, Wolfe County; Charlie Benge, Laurel County; Bige Hensley, Clay County; Marshall Coyle, Bath County; Freida Heath, Graves County; Kevin Lyons, Monroe County; and Scott Smith, Fayette County.

Mortgage Bankers Association of the Bluegrass: The following have been named officers and board members for 2010: Jeff Sharp, Walden Mortgage Group, president; Tim Vaughan, First Liberty Financial Mortgage, president-elect; Amanda Crouch, Bank of America Home Loans, treasurer; Laura Gray, PHH Mortgage Corp., secretary; Tom Breathitt, Central Bank Mortgage; Gesela Brown, Fifth Third Mortgage; Lisa Bryant, United Guaranty; Mike Dunn, Walden Mortgage Group; Chris Evans, Thoroughbred Lending Co.; Noreen Jeremiah, BB&T; Monroe Jett, Jett Title; Brian Kegley, PNC Mortgage; Marcie Morris, Kentucky Housing Group; Diana Oliver, PNC Mortgage Group; Gretchen Shuck, Shuck Appraisal Co.; Wayne Thompson, Walden Mortgage Group; Sherri Wagerman, MGIC; Roberta Wilson, Franklin American Mortgage Co.

Professional Women's Forum: The following have been elected officers for 2009-10: Kim Bullock, Fowler, Measle & Bell, chair; Diana L. Hughes, Hisle & Co., immediate past chair; Myndall Coffman, Traditional Bank, chair-elect; Rhonda Bartlett, RB Design Studio, secretary; Tamara McCain, Republic Bank, treasurer.


AMR Management Services: Mattie Conkwright has been named controller. She will also serve as controller for AMR's association partners. Most recently, Conkwright was controller for the Kentucky School Boards Association.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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