Forcht Bank: Craig Houchens has been named market president for Grant County.
Humana: John Sadtler has been named finance and sales operations leader for Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Dinsmore & Shohl: Sunni Harris has joined the labor and employment department in the Lexington office. Haley Trogdlen McCauley has joined the litigation department in the Lexington office.
Greenebaum Doll & McDonald: Lauren R. Nichols and Emma R. Vaughan-Cherubin have joined the Lexington office as members of the litigation and dispute resolution practice group.
Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs: Lisa Underwood, executive director of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, will rejoin the firm in January.
Kentucky League of Cities: The following have been named to the 2011-12 executive board: Bill Paxton, Paducah mayor, president; Susan Barto, Lyndon mayor, first vice president; Tom Bozarth, Midway mayor, second vice president; Jon Steiner, KLC executive director and CEO; Debbie Batliner, Simpsonville city clerk; Donovan Blackburn, Pikeville city manager; Ed Burtner, Winchester mayor; George Lisle Cheatham, Greensburg mayor; Gale Cherry, Princeton mayor; James Craft, Whitesburg mayor; Ann Deatherage, Carrollton council member; Tom Hardesty, Shelbyville mayor; Roddy Harrison, Williamsburg mayor; Dan Kemp, Hopkinsville mayor; Paul Meier, Crestview Hills, mayor; Teddy Preston, Louisa mayor; Bill Sheckles, Bardstown mayor.
The following have been named to the KLC's board of directors: Steve Austin, Henderson mayor; Edwinna Baker, Lawrenceburg mayor; Robert Blythe, Richmond commissioner; Sherman Bowman, Bonnieville council member; Nancy Camp, Elkton mayor; Teresa Cantrell, Mayfield mayor; Claude Christensen, Sadieville mayor; Jeffrey Edwards, Monticello mayor; Gregory Fischer, Louisville mayor; Eddie Girdler, Somerset mayor; Jim Gray, Lexington mayor; Bob Hunt, Cave City mayor; Bill Kelley, Middlesboro mayor; Tom Kelley, Ashland mayor; Scott Marshall, Guthrie mayor; Russ Meyer, Nicholasville mayor; David Perkins, Morehead mayor; Bob Porter, Paintsville mayor; Martin Voiers, Flemingsburg mayor; Bill Wells, Murray mayor; Gary Williamson, Mount Sterling mayor.
The following were appointed government organization representatives by the KLC president: Linda Carter, Kentucky Public Human Resources Association; Dennis Michael Crist, Code Administrators Association of Kentucky; Jim Tony Fulkerson, Kentucky Government Finance Officers Association; Chuck Haddaway, Kentucky Recreation and Park Society; Foster Haunz, Municipal Attorneys Association of Kentucky; Stan Holmes, Kentucky Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials; Guy Howie, Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police; Susan Lamb, Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association; Wallace Possich, Kentucky Association of Fire Chiefs; Larisa Sims, Kentucky Chapter American Planning Association; Tim Williams, Kentucky City Management Association; Wendell Wright, Kentucky Chapter American Public Works Association. KLC Active Past Presidents: David Cartmell, Maysville mayor; William Taylor, Greensburg council member; Daniel H. Ruckriegel Sr., Jeffersontown council member; Glenn Caldwell, Williamstown council member.
Messer Construction: Jason Wright has been promoted to project executive. Mary Beth Wright has been promoted to business development executive.
Lexington-Fayette County Health Department: Scott White of Morgan & Pottinger has been appointed to the board of health. His term runs through June 30.
Brown-Forman: Mark Stegeman has been appointed to serve as interim director of investor relations.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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