Pence Names More For State Posts

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Pence's office announced the appointments Monday afternoon. Pence's office announced the appointments Monday afternoon.
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Governor Mike Pence has re-appointed Priscilla Thomas to the Indiana Ethics Commission. She has served in that role since 2004. The appointment was one of several made by Pence for boards and commissions including the Indiana Gaming Commission and multiple Regional Works Councils.

Other appointments include:

Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Board of Trustees

Sheriff John T. Boyd [LaPorte County], appointed to complete an unexpired four-year term through February 1, 2016

Indiana Gaming Commission

Richard W. McClain [Cass County], appointed to serve a three-year term through October 31, 2018

Medical Licensing Board

Dr. Kirk E. Masten [Huntington County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019
Dr. Scott A. Green [Madison County], appointed to serve a four-year term through October 31, 2019

Midwifery Committee

Zara M. Fagen [Lake County], reappointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019
Victoria K. Floyd [Hamilton County], appointed to serve a four-year term through September 30, 2019

Regional Works Councils

Monica J. Conrad [Porter County], reappointed to Region 1 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
B. John Dube, Jr. [Porter County], appointed to Region 1 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Daniel L. Tyree [Marshall County], reappointed to Region 2 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
John R. Sampson [Allen County], reappointed to Region 3 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Patrick H. Buesching [Allen County], reappointed to Region 3 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Randall D. Decker [Marion County], reappointed to Region 5 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Cynthia A. Frey [Marion County], reappointed to Region 5 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Bonnie J. Willy [Delaware County], reappointed to Region 6 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Judson M. Motsenbocker [Delaware County], reappointed to Region 6 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
William E. Bradley, Jr. [Jay County], reappointed to Region 6 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Michael D. Wickersham [Randolph County], reappointed to Region 6 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Douglas W. Dillion [Vigo County], reappointed to Region 7 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Kimberly D. Frazier [Lawrence County], reappointed to Region 8 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Jesse R. Brand [Bartholomew County], reappointed to Region 9 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Stephanie S. Weber [Johnson County], reappointed to Region 9 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Sue G. Smith [Bartholomew County], reappointed to Region 9 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Barry E. Parkhurst [Bartholomew County], appointed to Region 9 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Sue B. Habig [Dubois County], reappointed to Region 11 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017
Daniel J. Ulrich [Vanderburgh County], reappointed to Region 11 to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017

State Workforce Innovation Council

Nathan S. LaMar [Henry County], appointed to serve a two-year term through October 31, 2017

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