LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson today announced his appointments to the Arkansas Workforce Development Board, which was created under Act 907 of 2015 to replaced the Arkansas Workforce Investment Board, as well as appointments to other state boards, commissions and public offices.

LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson today announced his appointments to the Arkansas Workforce Development Board, which was created under Act 907 of 2015 to replaced the Arkansas Workforce Investment Board, as well as appointments to other state boards, commissions and public offices.


Appointed to the Workforce Development Board are:


—Chairman Charles Clark, Louann


—Tom Anderson, Roland


—Chad Bishop, Springdale


—Scott Bull, Fayetteville


—Melissa Hanesworth, Fort Smith


—Diane Hilburn, Little Rock


—Randy Hopper, Flippin


—Abby Houseworth, Blytheville


—Dean Inman, Paragould


—Bart Langley, Russellville


—Holley Little, Benton


—Michael Newcity, Fort Smith


—Jerry Riley, Pine Bluff


—Gary Sams, Morrilton


—Robert Thorne, Marion


—Lindsey Brown, North Little Rock


—Alan Hughes, Bismark


—Karen Breashears, Arkadelphia


—Brian Itzkowitz, Little Rock


—Brett Powell, Little Rock


—Johnny Key, Little Rock


Other appointments:


—Robert Neal, Jonesboro, to the Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board. Appointment expires Jan. 26, 2017. Replaces Lowell Coomer.


—Anthony Utsey, Hot Springs, to the Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board. Reappointment expires Jan. 26, 2017.


—Mayor Michael Gaskill, Paragould, to the Arkansas Local Police and Fire Retirement System Board of Trustees. Reappointment expires Jan. 1, 2019.


—Zach McClendon, Monticello, to the State Banking Board. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2019. Replaces Marcus McCain.


—Dr. William Rutledge, Little Rock, to the Arkansas State Medical Board. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2020. Replaces Harold Betton.


—Honorable David Hudson, Fort Smith, to the Board of Trustees of the Arkansas Public Employees’ Retirement System. Appointment expires March 9, 2021. Replaces Audrey Jacobs.


—Barry Phillips, Jonesboro, to the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training. Appointment expires Jan. 14, 2018. Replaces Alonza Jiles.


—Dr. Daniel Hennessey, Little Rock, to the Baby Sharon’s Children’s Catastrophic Illness Grant Program Advisory Committee. Reappointment expires May 1, 2019.


—John Cooley, Fort Smith, to the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority. Appointment expires Jan. 14, 2019. Replaces Art Morris.


—Duncan Baird, Rogers, to the Governing Board of the Streamlined Sales Tax Administrative Act. Appointment expires at the will of the governor. Replaces Mary Cameron.


—John Brown III, Siloam Springs, to the Arkansas Educational Television Commission. Appointment expires March 23, 2023. Replaces Ronnie Williams.


—Stacy DeJarnette, White Hall, to the Old State House Commission. Reappointment expires March 19, 2024.


—William Anderson, DeValls Bluff, to the Criminal Detention Facility Review Committee, Judicial District 17. Appointment expires Jan. 14, 2019. Replaces Donald Guess.


—Michael Mayton, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion Commission. Reappointment expires April 1, 2020.


—Charlene Reed, Marianna, to the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion Commission. Appointment expires at the will of the governor. Replaces Margaret Schueck.


—Georg Andersen, Conway, to the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion Commission. Appointment expires at the will of the governor. Replaces Wayne Cranford.


—Thomas Ferstl, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. Appointment expires Jan. 15, 2018. Replaces Burney Lightle.


—Scott McKennon, Morrilton, to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. Appointment expires Jan. 15, 2018. Replaces Rhona Weaver.


—Cary Matthews, Jonesboro, to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. Appointment expires Jan. 15, 2018. Replaces Robert Costner.


—Peter Prutzman, Arkadelphia, to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. Reappointment expires Jan. 15, 2018.


—Jammy Turner, Gillett, to the State Plant Board. Appointment expires March 17, 2017. Replaces Richard Bransford.


—Kyle Baltz, Pocahontas, to the State Plant Board. Appointment expires March 17, 2017. Replaces Terry Dabbs.


—Ray Vester, Stuttgart, to the State Plant Board. Reappointment expires March 17, 2017.


—Darrel Kester, Pocahontas, as a constable of the Randolph County Shiloh Precinct. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2016.


—Joe Lewis, Blytheville, as a justice of the peace of the Mississippi County Quorum Court, District 7. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2016. Replaces Hattie Middlebrook.


—Timothy Harvey, Brinkley, as a justice of the peace of the Monroe County Quorum Court, District 4. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2016. Replaces Michael Edwards.


—Sharon Lawson, Wynne, as a justice of the peace of the Cross County Quorum Court, District 7. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2016. Replaces Mike Curtner.


—Mark Overturf, Arkadelphia, as a justice of the peace of the Clark County Quorum Court, District 2. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2016. Replaces Mac Neel.


—James Davis, Ozark, as a justice of the peace of the Franklin County Quorum Court, District 1. Appointment expires Dec. 31, 2016. Replaces Paul Schaffer.


—Bob Estes, Fayetteville, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court, Seeco v. Eldridge Snow. Replaces Justice Karen Baker.


—Michael Scott Willhite, Jonesboro, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas, Seeco v. Eldridge Snow. Replaces Justice Paul Danielson.


—Bob Estes, Fayetteville, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court, Seeco v. Sara Stewmon. Replaces Justice Karen Baker.


—Michael Scott Willhite, Jonesboro, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court, Seeco v. Sara Stewmon. Replaces Justice Paul Danielson.


—Terry Pool, Fayetteville, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court, Jimmy Paul Pickle v. Arkansas. Replaces Justice Robin Wynne.


—Sean Keith, Rogers, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court, John K. Kelly v. Christian Snowden Kelly. Replaces Justice Robin Wynne.


—Chalk Mitchell, West Helena, as a special associate justice of the Supreme Court, Estate of John M. Fulmer, et al, v. Dorothy Fulmer. Replaces Justice Paul Danielson.