Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Governor Asa Hutchinson Announces Appointments

LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson today announced the following appointments:

Kelly Bryant, Pine Bluff, to the Arkansas Minority Health Commission. Appointment expires January 31, 2018. Replaces Willie McGhee.
Jack Crumbly, Widener, to the Arkansas Minority Health Commission. Appointment expires January 31, 2018. Replaces Raul Blasini.
Sederick Rice, Pine Bluff, to the Arkansas Minority Health Commission. Appointment expires January 31, 2018. Replaces Carmen Paniagua.
Mayor David Morris, Searcy, to the Board of Trustees of the Arkansas Public Employees Retirement Systems. Appointment expires March 9, 2022. Reappointment.
Henry Kinslow, El Dorado, to the Arkansas State Claims Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2021. Replaces Harry Moore.
Carmen Smith, Jonesboro, to the Trauma Advisory Council. Appointment expires July 1, 2017. Replaces Kathryn Blackman.
Cliff McKinney, Benton, to the Old State House Commission. Appointment expires March 19, 2025. Replaces Robert Tucker.
Sergeant Allen Hamby, Bryant, to the Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial Design Committee. Appointment expires at the Will of the Governor. Replaces J.J. Martin.
Roy Reaves, Russellville, to the Arkansas-Oklahoma Arkansas River Compact Commission. Appointment expires February 1, 2020. Replaces Michael Menge.
Buddy Ledford, Fayetteville, to the Arkansas Fire and Police Pension Review Board. Appointment expires January 1, 2020. Reappointment.
Sara Lenehan, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Fire and Police Pension Review Board. Appointment expires January 1, 2020. Reappointment.
Jim Gates, Walnut Ridge, to the Arkansas Fire and Police Pension Review Board. Appointment expires January 1, 2020. Reappointment.
Steven Miller, Pine Bluff, to the Arkansas Fire and Police Pension Review Board. Appointment expires January 1, 2020. Reappointment.
Rusty Watson, Damascus, to the Arkansas Fire and Police Pension Review Board. Appointment expires January 1, 2020. Reappointment.
Phillip DeSalvo, Center Ridge, to the Veterinary Medical Examining Board. Appointment expires March 1, 2021. Replaces Wingfield Martin.
Ryan Benefield, Cabot, to the Arkansas-Oklahoma Joint Study Committee. Replaces Dr. Thad Scott.
Caleb Plyler, Hope, to the Arkansas Beef Council. Appointment expires March 30, 2019. Replaces Allen Stewart.
Robert Campbell, Witts Springs, to the Arkansas Beef Council. Appointment expires March 30, 2019. Replaces William Blackmon.
John Knight, Russellville, to the Arkansas Beef Council. Appointment expires March 30, 2019. Replaces James Smith.
Joe Bailey, Little Rock, to the Board of Directors of the Division of Science and Technology of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2020. Replaces Raymond Caldwell.
Larry Tate, Little Rock, to the Board of Directors of the Division of Science and Technology of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2020. Replaces J. Michael Nauman.
Steven Holmes, Bryant, to the Board of Directors of the Division of Science and Technology of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2020. Replaces Joel Harrison.
Shawn Fisher, Searcy, to the World War I Centennial Commemoration Committee. Appointment expires December 31, 2018.
Ken Griffin, Van Buren, to the World War I Centennial Commemoration Committee. Appointment expires December 31, 2018.
Major General Mark Berry, Ozark, to the World War I Centennial Commemoration Committee. Appointment expires December 31, 2018.
West Doss, Fayetteville, to the Arkansas Educational Television Commission. Appointment expires March 23, 2024. Replaces Donald Hale.
Gary Smith, Maumelle, to the State Crime Laboratory Board. Appointment expires January 14, 2023. Replaces William Snow.
Donna Coatney, Rudy, to the Crawford County Quorum Court District 10. Appointment expires December 31, 2016.
Toni Roy, Little Rock, to the Governor’s Developmental Disabilities Council. Appointment expires at the Will of the Governor.

Shannon Blatt, Fort Smith, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas.  CR-15-618 State of Arkansas v. Vann Bragg. Replaces Justice Robin Wynne, who has disqualified himself from the case.

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2 comments:

SKaye said...

Excuse me -- why does a "minority" health commission even exist? If racism is such a problem in this country, the best way to eliminate it (IMHO) is to do away with special interest groups like this one. EVERY resident of Arkansas deserves the same consideration and treatment as every other, regardless of whether they fit a "minority" profile or not.

Bill Smith said...

SKaye, AGREE!!!!!