Pikeville College: Douglas Lange has been named vice president for finance and business affairs.
American Founders Bank: Tim Yessin has joined the bank as vice president, private banking officer. He is located at AFB's Tates Creek Financial Center on Walden Drive.
Century Bank: Timothy A. Perry has been named senior vice president, lending officer for the Lawrenceburg bank. Holly Ballard has been named assistant vice president, internal audit.
Fifth Third Bank: Gary Loucks, vice president, has been named the business banking team lead for Fifth Third's Lexington market. Jenny Wilson has joined Fifth Third's private bank team as a licensed customer service agent. Elisa Bruce, Bryan Pope, Rob Ruddick and Jessica Schetler have joined the Fifth Third Bank mortgage team as mortgage loan originators.
Kentucky Bank: Jim Braden has been named senior vice president of the bank's Risk Management Department. Mark Sulski has joined the bank's Scott County team as market president.
Jackson Kelly: Jane Brannon has joined the firm as an associate in the Lexington office. She will practice in the firm's litigation department.
American Association of Equine Practitioners: Dr. Eric Peterson, a partner at Equine Medical Associates in Lexington, has joined the association's board of directors as a director at large. Peterson, who will serve until 2013, specializes in broodmare services in Central Kentucky and the purchase of racing and performance horses at public auctions.
American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds: The following Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance employees have been selected to fill committee positions within the association: Gretchen Copley, law member; Jeff Floyd, safety and health member; Michelle Landers, national issues member; Stephen Mason, finance and investments member; Diane May, audit and statistics member; Ryan Peters, information technology member; Jeremy Terry, policyholder services; Ryan Worthen, communications member.
Hospice of the Bluegrass: The following have been named board officers for 2011: Laura Tanno Boison, U.S. Bank, chair; Melba Bjornson, community volunteer, vice chair; Jen Shah, Dean Dorton Allen Ford, treasurer; and Woodford Webb, The Webb Cos., secretary.
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission: The following have been elected officers and members for 2011: Sandy Canon, chair; Robert Murray, treasurer; Michael Ades, treasurer; Kenneth Golphin, secretary; Rev. D. Anthony Everett and Vibert Forsythe, members.
Bullard: Eric Pasch has been promoted to president and chief operating officer for the Cynthiana-based manufacturer of personal protective equipment and systems. Jim Vogel has been named vice president of marketing and sales.
DMD Data Systems: Brian Fox has been named solutions specialist. Bruce Crowe has been named senior account manager.
Lexington Legends Professional Baseball: Jordan Gillum has been named an account executive.
Quest Diagnostics: Evelyn Spalding has been promoted to district sales manager for the Lexington sales district.
AMR Management Services: Alison Keller has joined the company as programs coordinator. Glen Ellwood has joined the company as project associate and meeting planner.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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