Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co.: Charles Cammack and Ray Edelman, both of Lawrenceburg, and James McGlone, Harrodsburg, have been named directors of the Frankfort-based bank.
The Center for Breast Care at Lexington Clinic: Dr. Chad Harston will now practice on a permanent basis at the clinic and has been named director of women's imaging.
Fowler Measle & Bell: James R. Odell has been named of counsel. His primary area of practice will be in collections. Michael Brandon Faulkner has joined the firm as an associate. His primary area of practice will be in litigation and insurance defense.
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation: Lexington native Larry Taylor, a long-time Thoroughbred owner and retired tobacco industry executive, has been named CEO of the largest non-profit association devoted to the aftercare of race horses.
Alzheimer's Association's Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana Chapter: The following have been elected to the board of directors: Sharon Reid, president; Laura Wigglesworth, treasurer; and Colmon Elridge III, Allen L Harris Jr. and Barbara Bailey Cowden.
Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road Council: Mary Evans Sias, president of Kentucky State University, has been named to the council's board of directors.
American Institute of Floral Designers: John Kittinger, manager of The Best of Flowers, has been installed as secretary of the organization. He is past president of the southern region of AIFD and of the Kentucky Florist Association.
OfficeWare: Greg Phillips has been named a document solutions sales representative in Lexington.
RE/MAX Regional Services: Dane Ellison has been named chief operating officer to oversee Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, southern Ohio, and southeastern Michigan.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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