Personnel file: July 4

Amy Barron
Amy Barron


Central Bank: Jordan Owens has been named junior commercial mortgage officer. Amy Manning has been named vice president/human resources. Chris McGaughey has been named CRA officer


Thompson Miller & Simpson: Kristen Fowler has joined the firm an associate.

Greenebaum Doll & McDonald: Jennifer J. Cave of the Lexington office has been elected chair of the Environment, Energy and Resources Law Section of the Kentucky Bar Association for a one-year term.

Miller Wells: Andrew Fleischman, a partner in the firm, has been recognized as a leading real estate and mineral lawyer in the 2011 Edition of Chambers and Partners USA.


Kentucky Historical Society Foundation: Four new directors have been elected to three-year terms on the board1: Robert. M. "Mike" Duncan, Inez; John S. Greenebaum, Louisville; Crit Luallen, Frankfort; and Bosworth M. Todd Jr., Louisville.

Community Action Council: Fayette County PVA David O'Neill has been appointed to the board of directors by Mayor Jim Gray.

Kentucky Distillers' Association: Brittany Dowell has been named executive assistant to the president.

Real estate

RE/MAX Creative Realty: Amy Barron, Kathi Blankenship, Chi Nicole Conyers, Barbara Curtis, Billy Curtis, Frank Mason, Angela Sams and Carrie Slone have become associated with the firm.


Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: Anne K. Frazier has been named director of finance.

Messer Construction Co.: Joshua D. Huddy and Clay T. Robertson have joined the Lexington office. Huddy is a project engineer and Robertson is a project management assistant.

Seasons Catering & Special Occasions: Linda Russell has joined the company as a client relationship manager. She is responsible for corporate accounts.

Compiled by Camille weber

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