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Gov. Ivey makes latest batch of board appointments

Gov. Kay Ivey appointed over 20 people to serve on several boards and commissions on Friday.

Governor Kay Ivey was keynote speaker to the Decatur-Morgan County Legislative Update at the DoubleTree Hotel Decatur Riverfront Tuesday October 3, 2023 in Decatur, Ala. Governor’s Office /Hal Yeager

Gov. Kay Ivey appointed over 20 people to serve on several boards and commissions on Friday.

Here are those appointments.

Talladega County District Judge, Place 2

Mr. Dale Price, New

Department of Senior Services Advisory Board

  • Ms. Cassandra Crosby, New
  • Dr. Joe D. McClinton, New
  • Ms. Jessica Miller, New
  • Mr. Ray Edwards, Reappointment
  • Commissioner Rhondell B. Rhone, Reappointment
  • Ms. Ann Anderson, Reappointment
  • Ms. Elizabeth Anderson, Reappointment
  • Mr. Kent Crenshaw, Reappointment
  • Ms. Candi Williams, Reappointment
  • Mr. Billy Bolton, Reappointment

Polygraph Examiners Board

  • Captain Gerone Grant, Reappointment
  • Chief Gregory Dean Turley, Reappointment
  • Mr. William T. Merritt, Reappointment

Occupational Therapy State Board

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  • Mr. Antonius Hamilton, New
  • Ms. Marcia Obermann, Reappointment

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board

  • Ms. Kate Vance, New
  • Mr. Churmell Mitchell, New

Social Work Examiners Board

Ms. Heather Perley, New

Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission

Sheriff Jay Jones, Reappointment

Patrick Darrington is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can reach him at [email protected].

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