Huckabee Makes Board, Commission Appointments

by Arkansas Business staff  on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2004 11:31 am  

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

• Greg Hoggatt of Garfield to the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Coordinating Council. Hoggatt, the director of Drug Free Rogers-Lowell at the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, will serve until July 1, 2007. He replaces Doris Henderson.

• William Borhauer of Bella Vista to the Small Business Stationary Source Advisory Panel. Borhauer, who's retired, will serve until July 30, 2008. He's reappointed.

• Fran Hickman of Little Rock to the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council. Hickman, a member of the Friday Eldredge & Clark law firm, will serve until July 1, 2007. She's reappointed.

• Gina Herget of Heber Springs to the Board of Examiners in Counseling. Herget, the marketing director at the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, will serve until Dec. 1, 2005. She replaces Wendell Evanson.

• Percy Wilburn of Lake Village to the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Coordinating Council. Wilburn, the Lake Village police chief, will serve until July 1, 2007. He replaces Robert Hicks.

• Todd Freeman of Crossett to the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council. Freeman, the assistant chief of the Crossett Fire Department, will serve until July 1, 2007. He's reappointed.

• Jimmy Allen of Hot Springs Village to the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Coordinating Council. Allen, a program director for the Family Service Agency of North Little Rock, will serve until July 1, 2007. He's reappointed.

• Mary Smith of Malvern to the Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors. Smith, the owner of Smith Auto, will serve until June 1, 2007. She's reappointed.

• Mary Caldwell of Proctor to the Technology Equipment Revolving Loan Fund Committee. Caldwell, who's retired, will serve until June 30, 2006. She replaces William Britt.

• Matthew Frederick of Bryant to the Social Work Licensing Board. Frederick, the director of social services at Pinnacle Pointe Hospital in Little Rock, will serve until June 30, 2005. He replaces Edward Obana.

• Tracy French of Cabot to the Student Loan Authority. French, the president of Community Bank of Cabot, will serve until July 8, 2008. He's reappointed.

• Jean Smith of Camden to the Southern Arkansas University Tech Advisory Committee. Smith, a homemaker, will serve until Jan. 4, 2012. She's reappointed.

• Henry Pryor of Camden to the Museum of Natural Resources Advisory Committee. Pryor, a senior vice president at Heartland Community Bank, will serve until July 31, 2009. He replaces George Clippert.

• Stacey Mahurin of Little Rock to the Pygmalion Commission on Non-Traditional Education. Mahurin, the program manager for the Centers for Youth and Families, will serve until June 30, 2008. She's reappointed.

• Bruce Blackall of Little Rock to the Heating, Ventilation, A/C and Refrigeration Licensing Board. Blackall, who's retired, will serve until June 30, 2008. He's reappointed.

• Michael McClellan of Little Rock to the Heating, Ventilation, A/C and Refrigeration Licensing Board. McClellan, the sales manager for Trane Arkansas, will serve until June 30, 2008. He replaces Morris Smith.

• Jerry Bell of Little Rock to the Pygmalion Commission on Non-Traditional Education. Bell, an assistant principal for the Little Rock School District, will serve until June 30, 2008. He replaces Carolyn Pollan.

• Edward Cobb of Rogers to the Benton County Quorum Court as the justice of the peace for District 5. Cobb, an assistant area manager for the state Department of Community Correction at Fayetteville, will serve until Dec. 31, 2004. He replaces Linda Levine.

• Mary Spears of Farmington to the Washington County Quorum Court as the justice of the peace for District 11. Spears, a teacher for the Farmington School District, will serve until Dec. 31, 2004. She replaces Summer Copeland.

• Chad Register of Paragould to the Greene County Quorum Court as the justice of the peace for District 5. Register, the owner of Paragould Pharmacy, will serve until Dec. 31, 2004. He replaces Jim Diggs.

 

 

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