Huckabee Makes Board, Commission Appointments

by Arkansas Business staff  on Monday, Mar. 27, 2006 12:14 pm  

Gov. Mike Huckabee last week appointed the following people to state boards and commissions:

• Brandon Island of El Dorado to the Arkansas Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force. Island, a student, will serve until June 30, 2009. He will fill a new position.

• Baxter Sudduth of Morrilton to the Arkansas Division of Volunteerism Advisory Council. Sudduth, who's retired, will serve until Jan. 7, 2009. He replaces Tracee Williams.

• Rachel Luckett of Little Rock to the Arkansas Division of Volunteerism Advisory Council. Luckett, an intervention project coordinator for the Department of Health & Human Services, will serve until Jan. 7, 2009. She replaces Charles Ammons.

• Allison "Breezy" Young of Little Rock to the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness. Young, a fitness instructor for Powerhouse Gym, will serve at the will of the governor. She replaces Lauren Davidson.

• Michelle Wilkerson of Little Rock to the Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Wilkerson, a speech language pathologist for Arkansas Children's Hospital, will serve until June 30, 2006. She replaces James Montague.

• Milton Smith of Walnut Ridge to the Arkansas Fair Housing Commission. Smith, the president of First National Bank, will serve until Feb. 1, 2010. He's reappointed.

• Angela Tollette of Little Rock to the Daisy Gatson Bates Holiday Committee. Tollette, an administrative assistant for the governor's office, will serve until Feb. 21, 2007. She replaces Joyce Elliott.

• Elroy Willoughby of Little Rock to the Daisy Gatson Bates Holiday Committee. Willoughby, the assistant director for the Arkansas Workforce Investment Board, will serve until Feb. 21, 2007. He replaces Barbara Horn.

• Charles Moxon of Bella Vista to the Criminal Detention Facility Review Committee, Judicial District 19 West. Moxon, who's retired, will serve until Jan. 14, 2010. He's reappointed.

• Adren Duncan of Little Rock to the State Rehabilitation Council. Duncan, an employee of Hogman's Hogpen Inc., will serve until Feb. 1, 2009. He's reappointed.

• Dan York of Foreman to the Red River Commission. York, the president of York Pecan Co., will serve until Jan. 14, 2013. He's reappointed.

• Alvin Coleman Jr. of Colt to the Minority Health Commission. Coleman, a teacher for the Forrest City School District, will serve until Jan. 31, 2008. He replaces Claranelle Hopkins.

• Sloan Hampton of Stuttgart to the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. Hampton, who's self-employed, will serve until Jan. 14, 2013. He replaces Robert Newell.

• Christy Holt of Brookland to the State Rehabilitation Council. Holt, an employee of Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield, will serve until Feb. 1, 2008. She replaces Barry Yarbrough.

• Dr. Richard Corby of Monticello to the Delta Cultural Center Policy Advisory Board. Corby, a professor for the University of Arkansas at Monticello, will serve until Oct. 1, 2008. He replaces Peggy Wright.

• Ben Steinberg of Helena to the Delta Cultural Center Policy Advisory Board. Steinberg, the president of Southern Financial Partners, will serve until Oct. 1, 2006. He replaces Parthasarathy Vasudevan.

• Peggy Wright of Forrest City to the Delta Cultural Center Policy Advisory Board. Wright, the director of the Delta Studies Center for Arkansas State University, will serve until Oct. 1, 2006. She replaces Jane Insco.

• William Rowe of Fordyce to the State Board of Disease Intervention Specialists. Rowe, a public health inspector for the Department of Health & Human Services, will serve until Jan. 1, 2009. He replaces Thelma Dunbar-Campbell.

• Mayor Robert Taylor of Marianna to the Arkansas Service Commission. Taylor, mayor of the city of Marianna, will serve until Jan. 14, 2009. He replaces Lorie Jean Kirk.

• Martha Neal of Siloam Springs to the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness. Neal, a teacher for the Bentonville School District, will serve at the will of the governor. She replaces Patrick Presley.

 

 

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