Fifth Third Bank: Mark Boison has joined Fifth Third Bank, Kentucky, as a commercial middle market team leader. Mat Hulberg has been named a mortgage loan originator and will work from Fifth Third's Bryan Station banking center.
Lexington Clinic: Dr. Gary T. Cannon has joined the Lexington Clinic Palomar Family Health Centre Family Medicine Department. Dr. Michael Harned has joined the Lexington Clinic Pain Medicine Department.
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Miller & Wells: Casey Marie Keller has joined the firm. She will practice in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation, estate planning and probate administration, commercial financial transactions and bankruptcy.
Frost Brown Todd: M. Todd Lewis has joined the firm's Lexington office and will practice in the personal and succession planning practice group.
Gardner Law Office: Alexander Ziegler has joined the firm as an associate. His practice is concentrated in the areas of real estate, transactions, wills and equine law.
Kentucky Association of School Administrators: Owens Saylor, assistant superintendent of Jessamine County Schools, has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors and will represent the Bluegrass Region, comprised of 13 school districts in Central Kentucky.
Kentucky Sleep Society: Dr. B. Tom Westerfield of Sleep Disorders Center of Lexington has been named president elect of the society. Tracey Combs has been re-elected as secretary-treasurer. Sarah Honaker of the University of Louisville has been elected to serve as president for 2012.
Bluegrass Economic Advancement Movement: The following have been named to serve as board members of BEAM, an economic partnership created by the mayors of Lexington and Louisville, to foster job growth in the state: Jim Gray, Lexington mayor; Greg Fischer, Louisville mayor; Jim Campbell, president and CEO, GE Appliances & Lighting; Eli Capilouto, president, University of Kentucky; Scott C. Casey, vice president, UPS Air Group Legal and Public Affairs; W. James Host, chairman, iHigh.com and CEO of Host Communications; Wilbert W. (Wil) James, president, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky; Jim Lancaster, CEO and owner of Lantech.com; Stephen C. Lewis, director of strategic planning, Ford Motor Co.; Porter G. Peeples Sr., president and CEO, Urban League of Lexington-Fayette County; Robert L. Quick, president and CEO, Commerce Lexington Inc.; James R. Ramsey, president, University of Louisville; Joe Reagan, president and CEO, Greater Louisville Inc.; Mary Pat Regan, president, AT&T Kentucky; Paul Rooke, chairman and CEO, Lexmark International; Vivek K. Sarin, president and CEO, Shelby Industries; Mark A. Sarvary, president and CEO, Tempur-Pedic International; Rena L. Sharpe, vice president of North American Operations, Westport Axle; Al Smith, journalist, retired host of KET's Comment on Kentucky; Keith Stewart, director of operations/site manager of Raytheon Missile Systems; Jody Wassmer, president and CEO, One Southern Indiana.
Downtown Development Authority: Jeff Fugate has been named executive director of the agency that promotes downtown Lexington's physical, economic and cultural development.
Fugate becomes the second person to lead the authority, which was founded in 2001. He succeeds Harold Tate, who retired in April.
B-Dry of Kentucky: Jeffry Pugh has been promoted to executive vice president.
Lexington Country Place: Tim Donnelly has been named administrator.
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: The following have been named members of the board of trustees: Harriet Dupree Bradley, Lexington; Lois Mateus, Harrodsburg; Anne Miller Arensberg, Louisville.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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