LITTLE ROCK — Governor Asa Hutchinson today announced the following appointments:

Dr. Don Phillips, Fort Smith, to the Arkansas State Medical Board. Appointment expires December 31, 2023. Replaces Dr. William Dudding.

Daryl Coker, Little Rock, to the War Memorial Stadium Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2025. Replaces Wayne Callahan.

Mayor Jerry Boen, Lamar, to the State Aid Street Committee. Appointment expires December 31, 2021. Reappointment.

Lang Zimmerman, Mountain Home, to the Arkansas Economic Development Council. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Reappointment.

Wayne Callahan, Sr., Rogers, to the Arkansas Economic Development Council. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces Chester Koprovic.

Jay Bunyard, De Queen, to the Arkansas Economic Development Council. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces Thomas Hill.

Jim Smith, Rogers, to the Arkansas Economic Development Council. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces Leslie Webb.

Jim Andrews, Jr., El Dorado, to the Arkansas Economic Development Council. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces Doug Falls.

Austin Albers, Ponca, to the State Parks, Recreation, and Travel Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Replaces Mike Mills.

Shash Goyal, Stuttgart, to the State Parks, Recreation, and Travel Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Reappointment.

Ronnie Gossage, Alma, to the State Parks, Recreation, and Travel Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Replaces Jim Dailey.

Mark Thomas, Magnolia, to the Oil and Gas Commission. Appointment expires February 20, 2023. Replaces Mike Davis.

Paul Cash, Warren, to the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces David Hendrix.

Neal Anderson, Lonoke, to the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2025. Reappointment.

Doyle Yates, Springdale, to the Arkansas Real Estate Commission. Appointment expires December 31, 2020. Reappointment.

Phillip Gilmore, Crossett, to the State Board of Health. Appointment expires December 31, 2019. Replaces James Lambert.

Doug Harton, Monticello, to the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2027. Reappointment.

Marcus Creasy, Drasco, to the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2025. Reappointment.

Pamela DePriest, Morrilton, to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Replaces Billie Jean Hervey.

Matthew Stone, Camden, to the Arkansas Forestry Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2027. Replaces Aubra Anthony.

Andy Shock, Conway, to the Parole Board. Appointment expires January 14, 2025. Reappointment.

Steve Landers, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Racing Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2023. Reappointment.

Bill Michel, Harrison, as a Justice of the Peace for the Boone County Quorum Court, District 7. Appointment expires December 31, 2018. Replaces Robert Meek.

Greg Holland, Heber Springs, as a Justice of the Peace for the Cleburne County Quorum Court, District 4. Appointment expires December 31, 2018. Replaces Willie Stone.

Mark D. Wankum, Little Rock, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CR-17-76 Sammy Dortch v. State of Arkansas. Replaces Chief Justice John Dan Kemp, who has disqualified himself from the case.

Robert Hudgins, Searcy, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. D-11-1259 Stark Ligon, as Executive Director of the Supreme Court Committee on Professional Conduct v. Bruce Jamison Bennet. Replaces Justice Karen R. Baker, who has disqualified herself from the case.

James E. Crouch, Springdale, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-16-596 Robert Steinbuch v. University of Arkansas. Replaces Justice Courtney Hudson Goodson, who has disqualified herself from the case.

Roger D. Rowe, Little Rock, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-16-596 Robert Steinbuch v. University of Arkansas. Replaces Justice Rhonda K. Wood, who has disqualified herself from the case.

Judge Doug Schrantz, Bentonville, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-16-596 Robert Steinbuch v. University of Arkansas. Replaces Justice Robin F. Wynne, who has disqualified himself from the case.

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