Community Trust Bank: Rebekah F. Cox has been named branch manager of the bank’s Pasadena Drive location. Cindy Muessig has been named branch operations supervisor at the company’s Vine Street office. Berry L. Popp has been named branch manager of the bank’s newest Lexington office located on Richmond Road.
Fifth Third Bank: Jamie Eads has joined Fifth Third’s Private Bank as a vice president for the Institutional Trust team. Kelly Lewis has joined the bank as a mortgage loan originator serving the Richmond Road banking center. Aaron Mason has been named mortgage loan originator serving the Georgetown banking center.
MCF Advisors: Brittany L. Browning, a certified public accountant, has joined the firm’s Lexington office.
Vanderbilt Law School: Bob Beck Jr., a Stites & Harbison attorney and member in the law firm’s Lexington office, has been named to the school’s Board of Advisers for a three-year term. He is one of 29 new board members elected this year.Frost Brown Todd: H. Derek Hall has joined the law firm’s Lexington office and will practice in the firm’s bankruptcy and restructuring practice group.
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce: James H. Booth, president of Booth Energy, has been elected chairman of the Chamber’s 2013 board of directors. Booth succeeds 2012 Chairman Luther Deaton Jr., chairman, president and CEO of Central Bank & Trust. Mary Pat Regan, president of AT&T Kentucky, has been named chair elect for 2013 and will serve as Kentucky Chamber chairwoman in 2014. Serving with Booth, Deaton and Regan on the Chamber’s 2013 executive committee will be Paula Hanson, Dean Dorton Allen Ford, treasurer.
Commonwealth of Kentucky: Ed Monahan, a public defender and public advocate for Kentucky’s statewide defender program since 2008, has been reappointed as the public advocate for Kentucky for a second four-year term by Gov. Steve Beshear.Lexington Legends: Christy Peguero and April Dietrich have been named corporate account executives.Turf Town Properties: Jeff Thompson has joined the company’s team of sales associates.
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