Business

Personnel file - March 8

Finance

American Founders Bank: Stephanie Renner has joined the bank as vice president, head of compliance and CRA. Formerly an associate with several law firms, Renner has experience in consumer protection, mortgage lending the regulatory issues. Sarah Leverage has been promoted to assistant vice president, internal auditor. Keith Brewer has been promoted to assistant vice president, loan review officer.

Law

Dinsmore & Shohl: Chauncey S. R. Curtz has been named managing partner for the law firm's Lexington offices. Curtz will oversee nearly 40 attorneys and the integration of the firm's two local offices after last year's merger with Woodward, Hobson & Fulton.

Reminger & Co.: Matthew T. Lockaby and Justin N. Rost have joined the firm's Kentucky offices.

Organizations

The Center for Rural Development: Marvin Marshbanks has been appointed to a three-year term on the center's board of directors. Marshbanks operated wholesale and retail family businesses for 27 years in Lincoln, Garrard and Casey counties before becoming a broker for Edward Jones Investments.

Kidney Health Alliance of Kentucky: Jayna Oakley has been named director of development. She spent the last 4 years with the Make-A-Wish Foundation's Lexington satellite office.

Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass: Troy Johnson has joined the agency as its director of programs and services.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass: The following have been named new members of the board of directors for 2010: Harvey Thompson, Barr, Anderson and Roberts, treasurer; Harold Dennis, Core Environmental Consulting; Karen Harvey, Moroch; Ryan Worthen, KEMI; and Jason Wright, Messer Construction.

Commercial Property Association of Lexington: The following have been named new officers and board members for 2010: Amy Mellinger, president; Charlotte Turner McCoy, vice president; DeWitt Hisle, treasurer; Les Kimbrough, secretary; Saundra Douglass, executive secretary; Colleen Hampton, past president; Clay Angelucci; Will Berkley; John Cole; DeWitt Hisle; Steve Hupman; Les Kimbrough; Charlotte Turner McCoy; Amy Mellinger; Billy Smith; and Todd Stockwell.

Midwest Implant Institute Symposium: Dr. Doug Peebles, from Audubon Dental and Implant Center, has been appointed president of the Fellows group for 2010. The Fellows group is a teaching and educationally focused group dedicated to the advancement of dental implant procedures.

Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky: The following have been named board members: Allison Dickinson, Glasgow Public Schools; Sally Manning, Fayette Commonwealth Attorney's Office; Larry L. Roberts, Kentucky State Building and Construction Trades Council AFL-CIO; and James T. Thomason, International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

Kentucky Transportation Center: Joe Crabtree has been named director. Crabtree attended the University of Kentucky on a highway department scholarship more than 30 years ago.

NAI Isaac: Chad Voelkert has been promoted to senior associate of the company's leasing and sales team.

Rutledge Environmental: Gregg Moberly has been named regional sales manager for the Bluegrass and Northern Kentucky regions. Previously, Moberly was director of facility management for a 100-bed hospital for 13 years.

Video Editing Services: Emmy Award-winning producer Paul Mojonnier has joined the staff as a producer, director, shooter and editor. In addition to Mojonnier's Emmy Awards, the Asbury graduate has earned the Society for Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Award and was named the 2007 Photographer of the Year for Region 4 of the National Press Photographers Association.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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