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Friday, January 23, 2009

Beebe appoints

Posted By on Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 11:32 AM

A slew of gubernatorial appointments announced today. Among them:

Bill Lancaster of Sheridan, close to Beebe when Lancaster was Senate staff chief, was named to the state Claims Commission, a paid slot.

Former senator Jim Hill of Nashville got one of those coveted seats on the War Memorial Stadium Commission.

Steve Ronnel of Little Rock, the Political Animals Club president, is a new member of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.

LITTLE ROCK – Governor Mike Beebe today announced the following appointments to university boards of trustees:
 
Quin Baber III, Benton, to the Arkansas Geological Commission.  Appointment expires January 14, 2016.  Replaces Becky Keogh.
 
Buddy Billingsley, Forrest City, to the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees.  Appointment expires December 31, 2014.  Replaces Marsha Cohn.
 
Randy Bobo, Hope, reappointed to the Red River Commission.  Appointment expires January 14, 2016.
 
Sheriff Scott Bradley, Shirley, to the Professional Bail Bondsman Licensing Board.  Appointment expires September 30, 2012.  Replaces Ronnie Baldwin.
 
Matt Cashion, Little Rock, reappointed to the Information Network of Arkansas.  Appointment expires December 30, 2011.
 
Glen Covert, North Little Rock, reappointed to the Information Network of Arkansas.  Appointment expires December 30, 2011.
 
Scott Copas, Maumelle, reappointed to the Contractors Licensing Board.  Appointment expires December 31, 2013.
 
Steve Cousins, El Dorado, reappointed to the South Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees.  Appointment expires December 31, 2014.
 
Judge Brent Davis, Jonesboro, to the Arkansas Sentencing Commission.  Appointment expires May 15, 2010.  Replaces Judge David Clinger.
 
Marylea Gazette, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Fire Protection Licensing Board.  Appointment expires October 1, 2013.  Replaces Charles Gunn.
 
Kenneth Gill, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Real Estate Commission.  Appointment expires December 31, 2011.  Replaces Cliff Goodin.
 
Jim Hill, Nashville, to the War Memorial Stadium Commission.  Appointment expires January 14, 2016.  Replaces Perry Henley.
 
Ashlyn Holeyfield, Russellville, to the Arkansas Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force.  Appointment expires June 30, 2010.  Replaces Alex Archer.
 
Bill Lancaster, Sheridan, to the Arkansas State Claims Commission.  Appointment expires January 16, 2014.  Replaces Smokey Campbell.
 
Alex Lieblong, Conway, reappointed to the Arkansas Racing Commission.  Appointment expires January 14, 2014.
 
Jack McNulty, Pine Bluff, reappointed to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.  Appointment expires January 14, 2013.
 
Cecil Malone, Little Rock, reappointed to the Contractors Licensing Board.  Appointment expires December 31, 2013.
 
Pat Moran, Rogers, reappointed to the Arkansas State Claims Commission.  Appointment expires January 16, 2014.
 
Dr. Marc Parnell, El Dorado, to the South Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees.  Appointment expires December 31, 2014.  Replaces Martha Beebe.
 
Steve Ronnel, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.  Appointment expires January 14, 2013.  Replaces Catherine Janosky.
 
Charles Steuart, Benton, to the State Board of Registration for Professional Geologists.  Appointment expires October 1, 2013.  Replaces Quin Baber III.
 
John Stipe, Forrest City, reappointed to the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees.  Appointment expires December 31, 2014.
 
Gazzola Vaccaro, Forrest City, to the East Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees.  Appointment expires December 31, 2014.  Replaces Steve Hollowell.
 
Vicki de Yampert, Smackover, to the South Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees.  Appointment expires December 31, 2014.  Replaces Dr. Kermit Parks.
 
 
To the Arkansas Appraisers Licensing and Certification Board:
 
Bob Costner, Fort Smith.  Replaces Fred Rausch.
James Foster, Monticello.  Reappointment.
Burney Lightle, Searcy.  Replaces Charles Coats.
Rick Mahan, Mountain Home.  Replaces E. Bruce Chiles.
Rhona Weaver, Little Rock.  Replaces Richard Stephens. 
 

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