Pence Fills More State Roles

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Appointments also include spots on the Veterans Affairs Commission and the Early Learning Advisory Committee. Appointments also include spots on the Veterans Affairs Commission and the Early Learning Advisory Committee.
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Governor Mike Pence has made another round of appointments to state boards and commissions. They include the State Fair Board, Board on Tax Review and State Workforce Innovation Council.

State Board of Animal Health

William A. Doig [Shelby County], appointed to complete a vacant four-year term through 31-March-2018

State Board of Cosmetology & Barber Examiners

Diana L. Bonn [Delaware County], reappointed to serve a three-year term through October 31, 2018
Rebecca L. Bushong [Marion County], reappointed to serve a three-year term through October 31, 2018

State Board of Dentistry

Dr. Ted M. Reese [Morgan County], appointed to serve a three-year term through October 31, 2018
Dr. Jeffrey L. Snoddy [Vigo County], appointed to serve a three-year term through October 31, 2018

Early Learning Advisory Committee

Robin R.H. Atkins [Hendricks County], appointed to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Melanie R. Brizzi [Marion County], reappointed to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
M. Cindy Frey [Bartholomew County], appointed to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017

Emergency Medical Services Commission Technical Advisory Committee

Michael W. Cole II [Jennings County], appointed to serve at the pleasure of the Governor

State Board of Health Facility Administrators

Jennifer J. Gappa [Starke County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019
Mark A. Wolfschlag [Tippecanoe County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019

Homeland Security Foundation Board

Robert V. Kittle [Bartholomew County], appointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019

Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority Board of Directors

Scenario B. Adebesin [Hamilton County], appointed to complete and unexpired four-year term through November 30, 2017
Andrew W. Place, Sr. [St. Joseph County], appointed to complete and unexpired four-year term through November 30, 2017

Indiana Commission on Ports

Miriam E. Robeson [Carroll County], appointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019

Indiana State Psychology Board

Tyler James Kalachnik [Marion County], appointed to serve a three-year term through October 31, 2018

State Fair Board

Julia A. Wickard [Hancock County], appointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019

Indiana Board of Tax Review

Jonathan R. Elrod [Marion County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through January 1, 2019

Veterans Affairs Commission

Gregory L. Baker [Johnson County], reappointed to serve a one-year term through October 31, 2016
Charles A. Haislip [Marion County], reappointed to serve a one-year term through October 31, 2016
Richard A. Jewell [Franklin County], reappointed to serve a one-year term through October 31, 2016
Obadiah Smith, Jr. [Madison County], reappointed to serve a one-year term through October 31, 2016

White River State Park Development Commission

William A. Browne, Jr. [Marion County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019
Rep. Sean Eberhart [Shelby County], appointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019
Sen. James Merritt [Marion County], appointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019
Rep. Justin Moed [Marion County], appointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019
Sen. Greg Taylor [Marion County], appointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019
Robert F. Wagner [Marion County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019

State Workforce Innovation Council

Kay E. Kuenker [Marion County], appointed to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Blair E. Milo [LaPorte County], appointed to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017

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