Bluegrass Community and Technical College: Greg Feeney has been named dean of academics support.
Forcht Bank: Charles "Chuck" Keller has been named a relationship officer for the bank's new Richmond market.
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PNC Bank: Greg Mullins has been named vice president and relationship manager for heath care and public finance.
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.
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.
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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