United Bank: Jeremy Gray has been promoted to vice president and senior lender for Woodford County.
Lexington Clinic: Three new physicians, Dr. Melissa V. Avery, Dr. Matthew Bailey and Dr. Shuya Wu have joined the practice. Dr. Avery is dually certified and fellowed in family practice and medical management and brings her background of family medicine practice to Jessamine Medical and Diagnostics Center. Dr. Bailey is a colon and rectal surgery specialist, and the only surgeon specializing in colorectal surgery at Lexington Clinic. Dr. Wu's board-certification in pediatrics allows Lexington Clinic Allergy and Asthma to treat patients of all ages.
Stoll Keenon Ogden: C.J. Parrish has joined the firm as senior manager of marketing communications. SKO members have unanimously elected Kenneth R. Sagan a member of the firm. He joins SKO's Lexington office as a member of the firm's Business Services department and focuses his practice in corporate law, with concentrations in mergers and acquisitions and finance.
The Salvation Army: Majors Susan Hinzman and Thomas Hinzman have been named Lexington Salvation Army Corps Officers, Area Coordinators. They previously served at The Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters in Cleveland where they helped oversee 38 corps throughout Northeast Ohio. Major Thomas served as the Divisional Secretary for Program and Property while Major Susan served as the Women's Ministries Secretary.
The League of Women Voters of Lexington: The following have been elected officers and board of director members for 2015-16: Tammy Fagley has been re-elected as president; Cindy Heine, first vice president; Lynne Flynn, secretary, and Steve Senft, treasurer. Donna Blue has been newly elected as second vice president. Richard Heine, Judy Johnson and Barbara Sterrett have been re-elected as board members. Erin Kidder and Carol O'Reilly have been newly elected as board members.
Excel Equine: Aubri Kennamer Hostetter has joined the Louisville-based equine feed company as equine feed sales and promotions specialist. Hostetter calls on farms, veterinary clinics and equine rehab centers in Central Kentucky.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
Dr. Melissa V. Avery
Dr. Matthew Bailey
Dr. Shuya Wuhave
Kenneth R. Sagan
Majors Susan and Thomas Hinzman
Aubri Kennamer Hostetter