Business

Personnel File: Week of April 1

Josh Shepler
Josh Shepler

Education

Transylvania University: Roszell Mack III, president and managing member of New York City-based Mack & Co., has been elected to the university's board of trustees. Mack is a Lexington native and a graduate of Bryan Station High School.

Finance

Unified Trust Co.: R. Scott King has been named senior fiduciary adviser for the wealth management group.

Law

Frost Brown Todd: Daniel G. Mudd has joined the firm as an associate. He is part of the firm's newly created Regional State Tax and Incentives team.

Organizations

Beaumont Centre Family YMCA: The following have been named to three-year terms as members of the non-profit's board of managers for 2013: Betsy Adler, community volunteer; Brian Buchanan, GSA; Cathy Callaway, LFUCG Dept. of Emergency Management; Robin Fleischer, Robin Fleischer Counseling; Darryl Gaines, Ashland Oil; Al Isaac, NAI Isaac Commercial Properties; Eleanor Isom, community volunteer; Javid Javaherian, community volunteer; Terri Jones, Central Bank & Trust Co.; Marvin King, Lexmark; Lorraine Kinley, Central Bank and Trust Co.; Aaron Lubbers, Infintech; Donna Mason, Bluegrass Area Development District; Earl McKinney, community volunteer; Dirk Morris, Lexmark; Ted Norris, Alliance Coal; Dinker Patel, Retired Professor, Kentucky State University; Jeannine Petell, Community Trust Bank; Scott Southall, CDP Engineers; Bob Traynor, self-employed technical consultant; Michael Troutman, Troutman & Napier; Mike Wedding, Messer Construction; Carolyn Yates Cunningham, Kinkead and Stilz.

Other

Re/Max Elite Realty: Josh Shep ler has joined the company as part of the Huff Shepler Group.

Send items about professional personnel changes to hlbusiness@herald-leader.com or Personnel File, Business Monday, Lexington Herald-Leader, 100 Midland Avenue, Lexington, Ky. 40508. Include a contact person's name and number. All photos must be emailed as JPEGs.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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