Oklahoma State Capital News: Appointments: April 12, 2005

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Oklahoma State Capital News: Appointments: April 12, 2005


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Gov. Brad Henry has made the following appointments to state boards and commissions. Senate confirmation is required.

Bradley W. Burgess, Lawton, reappointed to the Transportation Commission until Feb. 15, 2013.

G. Bridger Cox, Ardmore, reappointed to the Industrial Finance Authority and the Development Finance Authority for terms expiring Oct. 11, 2011.

Anita Hood, Oklahoma City, reappointed to the Capitol-Medical Center Improvement and Zoning Commission for a term expiring Jan. 31, 2008.

Richard D. Forshee, Edmond, reappointed to the Oklahoma State Credit Union Board for a term expiring Oct. 11, 2008.

To the Construction Industries Board, Henry reappointed four for terms expiring Sept. 1, 2009: Michael Liston, Oklahoma City, Ronnie Nutt, Edmond, Jacob Kurle, Bixby, and Jerry King, Edmond. Thomas E. O'Donnell, Carney, was appointed to replace Monty Ketner through Sept. 1, 2007.

Joseph L. Parker Jr., Tulsa, to replace Joseph Cappy on the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for a term expiring May 16, 2014.

Robert Zahl, Oklahoma City, reappointed to the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors for a term expiring June 28, 2011.

Mike Samis, Oklahoma City, reappointed to the University Hospitals Authority for a term ending June 1, 2008.

Randall E. Sheets, Altus, reappointed to the Board of Regents of Western Oklahoma State College until March 24, 2012.

Jake Jones, Oklahoma City, reappointed to the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System Board for a term expiring July 1, 2010. …

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