Huckabee Makes Board, Commission Appointments

by Arkansas Business staff  on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006 12:06 pm  

Gov. Huckabee on Thursday appointed the following people to state boards and commissions:

• Jill Cox of Little Rock to the Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Advisory Committee. Cox, the state incentive grant project coordinator for the Department of Health & Human Services, will serve until Oct. 1, 2009. She's reappointed.

• Bethany Stephens of Rogers to the Arkansas Board of Podiatric Medicine. Stephens, the executive director of the Rogers Convention & Visitors Bureau and vice president of marketing for the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, will serve until Sept. 1, 2007. She replaces Minnie Hayes.

• Mary Ann Moudy of Danville to the Arkansas Board of Health Education. Moudy, the youth director for Danville Methodist Church, will serve until July 31, 2006. She replaces Adetona Lipede.

• Richard Taft of Malvern to the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council. Taft, the police chief of Malvern, will serve until July 1, 2007. He replaces Dan Johnson.

• Rush Harding of Little Rock to the University of Central Arkansas Board of Trustees. Harding, the CEO of Crews & Associates, Inc., will serve until Jan. 14, 2013. He's reappointed.

• Jerry Davis of Monticello to the State Forestry Commission. Davis, who's retired, will serve until Jan. 14, 2015. He's reappointed.

• Freddie Mobley of Warren to the Arkansas Development Finance Authority board of directors. Mobley, the president of First State Bank of Warren, will serve until Jan. 14, 2010. He's reappointed.

• Jeb Joyce of Fayetteville to the Governor's Developmental Disabilities Council. Joyce, an attorney for Quattlebaum Grooms Tull & Burrow, will serve until June 30, 2006. He replaces William Green.

• Dr. Daniel Fulmer of Fayetteville to the Arkansas Board of Podiatric Medicine. Fulmer, the owner of Millennium Foot & Ankle Associates, will serve until Sept. 1, 2008. He replaces Martha Jackson.

• Betty Sanders of Marianna to the Minority Teachers Recruitment Advisory Council. Sanders, a teacher for the KIPP Delta Center Preparatory School, will serve until Oct. 1, 2009. She replaces Maxine Allen.

• Steve Cole of Lockesburg to the Arkansas Rural Development Commission. Cole, an employee of Bunyard Broadcasting and Cossatot Community College, will serve until Dec. 31, 2010. He replaces Cindy Kauffman.

• Robert Bevis of Scott to the Arkansas State Board of Registration for Professional Soil Classifiers. Bevis, a farmer, will serve until Nov. 1, 2010. He replaces Charles Oates.

• Patrick Hutton of Cabot to the Arkansas Science &Technology Authority. Hutton, the quality manager for Hazen Powder Products, will serve until Jan. 14, 2007. He replaces David Eberdt.

• Tim Smith of Clarendon to the Arkansas Wheat Promotion Board. Smith, the manager of Ferrill Martin Farms Inc., will serve until June 30, 2006. He replaces Davey Farabough.

• David Haak of Texarkana to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. Haak, who's self-employed, will serve until Jan. 14, 2010. He's reappointed.

• Melinda Pyle of Little Rock to the Arkansas State Claims Commission. Pyle, a commissioner on the Arkansas State Claims Commission, will serve until Jan. 15, 2011. She's reappointed.

• Bishop Robert Smith of Little Rock to the Task Force on Racial Profiling. Smith, the bishop of Word of Outreach Christian Center & Academy, will serve until Dec. 31, 2006. He's reappointed.

• Lauren Wright of Little Rock to the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission. Wright, a student at Little Rock Central High School, will serve until Aug. 13, 2006. She replaces Mikel Holloway.

• Cynthia Gregory of Little Rock to the Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Advisory Committee. Gregory, a management project analyst for the Arkansas Minority Health Commission, will serve until Oct. 1, 2009. She replaces Eric Flowers.

• Tom Ed Simmons of Hot Springs to the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy. Simmons, a managing member of Simmons & Associates, will serve until Aug. 17, 2010. He replaces Robin Clatworthy.

• John Wells of Paris to the Medical Ionizing Radiation Licensure Committee. Wells, an attorney for the Wells Law Firm and the Public Defender Commission of Logan County, will serve until July 14, 2008. He replaces Delois Johnson.

• Barbara Reed of Van Buren to the Governor's Commission on People with Disabilities. Reed, a housewife, will serve until June 1, 2008. She replaces Michelle Grisham.

 

 

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