Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Nov. 17

Mark Kendall


Central Bank: Mark Kendall has been promoted to financial planning officer.

Radwan, Brown & Co.: Leah Christopher and Stephen Horn have been promoted to partner with the Lexington public accounting firm.

Health care

Bluegrass Ear, Nose and Throat: Audiologist W. Joy Martin has become associated with Dr. Ara Makdessian at his Winchester practice.

Lifeline Homecare: Elizabeth G. Burton has been named director of marketing and sales enablement.


Hospice of the Bluegrass: Elizabeth "Liz" Durst Fowler has been named president and CEO. Fowler replaces Gretchen Brown, who retired after 32 years.

The Kentucky Travel Industry Association: Hank Phillips has been named president and CEO. Phillips most recently served as deputy commissioner of the state Department of Travel and Tourism.


Central Kentucky Fiber Resources: Esther Moberly has been named marketing manager.

Clark Material Handling Co.: Anthony Nash has been named director of manufacturing. Renata Horn has been named production material controller. Alan Sutherland has joined the company as safety coordinator and public relations manager. Rob Smith has been promoted to dealer development manager.

Integrity IT: Spencer Cathey has been named accounting manager. Guy Webster has been named service desk technician.

Neogen: Joseph A. Corbett has been promoted to vice president of animal safety sales and operations.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo