Business

Personnel file: July 26

Greg 
Mullins
Greg Mullins

Education

Bluegrass Community and Technical College: Greg Feeney has been named dean of academics support.

Finance

Forcht Bank: Charles "Chuck" Keller has been named a relationship officer for the bank's new Richmond market.

PNC Bank: Greg Mullins has been named vice president and relationship manager for heath care and public finance.

Law

Dinsmore & Shohl: Blake Brickman has joined the law firm as an associate in the litigation department. He will practice in the firm's Lexington office.

Organizations

The Bluegrass Chapter of the American Red Cross: Lisa Kidd has been named regional development coordinator.

Kentucky Bar Association: Jennifer Cave Artiss, an associate in the Lexington office of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald, has been named chair-elect of the environment, energy and resources law section of the KBA for a one-year term.

Americans for the Arts: Jim Clark, president and CEO of LexArts, has been elected chairman of the organization's private sector council.

International Council of Shopping Centers: Anne L. Kilcoyne, NAI Isaac Commercial Properties, Lexington, has been named state director. Harold R. Tate, Lexington Downtown Development Authority, has been named alliance public sector co-chair on the organization's volunteer board.

Kentucky Oil & Gas Association: The following have been named officers and board members for 2010-12: Jed Weinberg, Clean Gas, president; Doug Hyden, Quality Natural Gas, president-elect; Bill Collins, CountryMark Oil Co., Mark J. Hughes, Mark J. Hughes & Associates, Tal Jones, Merit Gas & Oil, and Rudy Vogt, Cumberland Valley Resources, regional vice presidents; Jim Javins, Integrys Energy Services, secretary; and William G. Barr III, NGAS Resources, immediate past president.

Lexington Youth Lacrosse Association: Linda Borkosky has been elected president of the organization's board of directors. Julia W. McDonald has been elected treasurer.

St. Joseph Foundation: The following have been named officers and members of the foundation's board of directors for 2010-11: Doug Hacker, Congleton-Hacker Co., chair; Teresa Wallen, community volunteer, vice chair; Brutus Clay, Langley Properties, treasurer; Nelson Fonticiella, Lexington Herald-Leader, secretary; and Foster Ockerman Jr., Healthcare Management; J. Peter Cassidy III, Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney; Tracy Lynn Pearce, City of Mount Sterling; Spears Stilz, Traditional Bank; and Alan VanArsdall, Central Bank Nicholasville.

Other

Lloyd's U.S. Central Region: Patrick Talley, president of Lloyd's of Kentucky, a Frankfort-based subsidiary of Lloyd's of London, has been promoted to regional director. Talley, a Frankfort native, joined Lloyd's in 2006 and is only the fourth person to serve as Lloyd's attorney-in-fact for Kentucky since the insurance market was licensed here in 1937.

Peritus: Tres Watson has been named senior account representative for the communications firm.

Renfro Valley: Vicki Kidd has been named CEO. She previously was employed by Renfro Valley from 1995-2000 as the sales and marketing director.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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