Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Gov. Keating Announces State Board Appointments

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Gov. Keating Announces State Board Appointments

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Gov. Frank Keating on Thursday announced appointments to state boards and commissions including individuals to the OU and OSU Board of Regents.

The governor named Jon Stuart of Tulsa to the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents to serve a term ending March 21, 2009, succeeding Robin Siegfried.

Keating also named V. Burns Hargis of Oklahoma City to the Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges to serve a term ending April 4, 2010, succeeding John Polkinghorne.

Senate confirmation is required for both appointments.

Dorothy Logan of Vinita and Sue Buck of Hugo were named to the Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Logan will serve a term ending Dec. 31, 2005, and succeeds J.B. Pratt who resigned. Buck will serve a term ending Dec. 31, 2003, and succeeds P.B. Blevins who resigned. Senate confirmation is required.

Dick Horkey of Tulsa was reappointed to the Grand River Dam Authority to serve a term ending Jan. 1, 2009. Senate confirmation is required.

Gary Sherrer of Afton was reappointed to the Arkansas-Oklahoma River Compact Commission to serve a term ending Jan. 1, 2003. Senate confirmation is required.

Anthony Howard of El Reno was named to the Board of Examiners for Speech Pathology and Audiology to serve a term ending Aug. 17, 2004, succeeding Molly Martin who resigned. Senate confirmation is required.

Gilmer John Capps of Snyder was reappointed to the Board of Regents of Western Oklahoma State College to serve a term ending March 24, 2009. Senate confirmation is required.

Lynn Jones of Tulsa was reappointed to the Commission on Consumer Credit to serve a term ending Jan. 1, 2007. Senate confirmation is required.

Kerry Urton of Oklahoma City was named to the Adolescent Pregnancy and STD Prevention Council to serve a term ending Jan. 13, 2003, succeeding Danna Humphreys who resigned.

Alethia Futtrell of Bethany was named to the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology to serve a term ending Jan. 13, 2003, succeeding Robert McCampbell who resigned. …

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