Huckabee Makes Board, Commission Appointments

by Arkansas Business staff  on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2003 11:31 am  

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

• David Short of Bentonville to the Banking Board. Short, the president and chief executive officer of Arvest Bank of Bentonville, will serve until Dec. 31, 2008. He replaces Judy Loving.

• Dr. James Campbell of Pine Bluff to the Kidney Disease Commission. Campbell, a nephrologist, will serve until Jan. 14, 2007. He's reappointed.

• Steve Whitmill of West Fork to the Crime Laboratory Board. Whitmill, the Washington County sheriff, will serve until Jan. 14, 2010. He's reappointed.

• Dr. Robert Janes of Fort Smith to the Breast Cancer Control Advisory Board. Janes, a surgeon, will serve until Jan. 1, 2007. He replaces Samuel Landrum.

• Dr. Michael Bierle of Little Rock to the Kidney Disease Commission. Bierle, a nephrologist, will serve until Jan. 14, 2007. He's reappointed.

• Tonya Searcy of Little Rock to the Division of Volunteerism Advisory Council. Searcy, an assistant for Arkansans for Drug Free Youth, will serve at the will of the governor. She replaces Christy Lock.

• John Ragsdale of El Dorado to the Division of Volunteerism Advisory Council. Ragsdale, who's retired, will serve until Jan. 7, 2006. He replaces Samuel Hutcheson.

• Kermit Parks of El Dorado to the South Arkansas Community College board of trustees. Parks, who's retired, will serve until Dec. 31, 2008. He replaces Georgia Howard.

• Martha Beebe of El Dorado to the South Arkansas Community College board of trustees. Beebe, who's retired, will serve until Dec. 31, 2008. She's reappointed.

• Steve Cousins of El Dorado to the South Arkansas Community College board of trustees. Cousins, the vice president of refining for Lion Oil Co., will serve until Dec. 31, 2008. He replaces Frank Humphreys.

• Patty Cardin of El Dorado to the Museum of Natural Resources Advisory Committee. Cardin, the public relations coordinator for Great Lakes Chemical Corp. will serve until July 31, 2007. She replaces Karl Brummett.

• Frank Wright of El Dorado to the Museum of Natural Resources Advisory Committee. Wright, a forester with Deltic Timber Corp., will serve until July 31, 2007. He replaces Clark Ingram.

• Niel Crowson of Jonesboro to the Economic Development Commission. Crowson, the president of E.C. Barton & Co., will serve until Jan. 14, 2007. He's reappointed.

• Ross Whipple of Arkadelphia to the Henderson State University board of trustees. Whipple, chairman of Summit Bancorp Inc., will serve until Jan. 14, 2010. He's reappointed.

• Dr. Anthony Fletcher of Little Rock to the Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Advisory Committee. Fletcher, a cardiologist, will serve until Oct. 1, 2006. He's reappointed.

• Marsha Cohn of Forrest City to the East Arkansas Community College board of trustees. Cohn, a homemaker, will serve until Dec. 31, 2008. She replaces James Cottrell.

• John Belken of Calico Rock to the Post Prison Transfer Board. Belken, an assistant warden for the state Department of Correction, will serve until Jan. 14, 2010. He replaces August Pieroni.

• Wade Williams of Holiday Island to the Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission. Williams, a lawyer, will serve until Jan. 14, 2009. He's reappointed.

• Shirley Schoettlin of Piggott to the Commission on National and Community Service. Schoettlin, who's in sales for The Treasure Chest, will serve until Jan. 14, 2006. She's reappointed.

• Cecil Alexander of Little Rock to the Racing Commission. Alexander, who's retired, will serve until Jan. 14, 2008. He's reappointed.

• Theresa McCarty of Viola to the Criminal Detention Facility Review Committee for Judicial District 16. McCarty, a quality management technician for Baxter Healthcare Corp. at Mountain Home, will serve until Jan. 14, 2007. She's reappointed.

• Sarah Ollar of Benton to the Criminal Detention Facility Review Committee for Judicial District 22. Ollar, who's retired, will serve until Jan. 14, 2007. She's reappointed.

 

 

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