Holcomb Makes Appointments to Boards & Commissions

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Governor Eric Holcomb has announced several new appointments and reappointments to various state boards and commissions.

Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board
The governor made six reappointments to the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board, with terms that expire June 30, 2022:
     • David Lasco (Crown Point), representing business and industry
     • Dr. Ronald Leach (Brazil), representing the medical profession
     • Russ McQuaid (Greenwood), longtime journalist with Fox 59
     • The Honorable Mark Myers, mayor of Greenwood
     • Kevin Roach (Munster), business manager of LIUNA Local Union #41
     • Bryan Shearer (Ligonier), chief of the Ligonier Police Department

The governor also made five new appointments to the board, with terms to expire June 30, 2022:
     • Jim Branum (Richmond), chief of the Richmond Police Department
     • John Brown (Indianapolis), director of planning & assessment, training & preparedness with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security
     • The Honorable Sara Dungan (Martinsville), judge of the Morgan Superior Court III
     • The Honorable Chris Owens (Scottsburg), prosecuting attorney of Scott County
     • Mitch Thompson (Fishers), chief of the Fishers Police Department

Indiana Uniform Law Commission
The governor made two new appointments to the Indiana Uniform Law Commission, with terms decided at the pleasure of the governor:
     • The Honorable David J. Certo (Indianapolis), judge of the Marion Superior Court
     • Marc Fine (Evansville), attorney with Jackson Kelly PLLC

Ports Commission
The governor made one reappointment to the Ports Commission, with a term expiring June 30, 2022:
     • Greg Gibson (Brazil), president of ReTec Corporation
The governor also made one new appointment to the commission, with a term expiring June 30, 2022:
     • Bob Bowen (Indianapolis), founder and chairman of Bowen Engineering Corporation

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