The West Virginia Land and Mineral Owners Association selected officers for the upcoming year during its annual meeting at The Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels.
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh announced that board member Patrick A. Bond of Charleston is the first West Virginian to become a National Association of Corporate Directors.
Shepherd University has named Matthew Huber as its new director of admissions.
The University of Charleston has hired Danny Meadows as its new director of international programs. He will begin his duties immediately.
John P. Vidican has joined Larson Design Group's Pittsburgh office as a project manager.
The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of new Executive Director Amber D. McHale.
Robert Marsh, an experienced neurosurgeon, has joined the medical staffs at Cabell Huntington Hospital and Marshall Neuroscience.
Three partners at Farrell, White & Legg, PLLC have been recognized in the Chambers and Partners USA.
Edward Borkowski was inducted into the Wilden Pump Hall of Fame for his longstanding contribution to Wilden Pump and Engineering, G&W Industrial Sales and the pump industry as a whole.
Berkeley Medical Center recently recognized 146 employees for their years of service to the hospital at a celebration dinner at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg.
Registered nurse Jennifer Murray has been named director of trauma services at Cabell Huntington Hospital.
The law firm of Bowles Rice has been recognized as "Top Ranked" in the newly released 2013 edition of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business.
Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso attorney Michael Bonasso has been re-elected to a three-year term on the firm's management committee while continuing to serve as the firm's managing member.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is highlighted in the Southern Business & Development magazine's article, "Ten People Who Made a Difference in the South."
A group of former and current Concord University administrators and faculty along with other friends of the university have established the new Five Aces Scholarship.
Katherine Karraker has been selected West Virginia University's associate provost for graduate academic affairs, effective May 23. She had served as interim associate provost since August.
More than 50 years after she left office, West Virginia's first female Secretary of State accepted an honorary doctorate of humane letters from West Virginia University.
As part of National Nurses Week, the Berkeley Medical Center named its Nursing Excellence Award winners at a ceremony May 17 in the Byrd Center auditorium.
Rick Ross has joined Cabell Huntington Hospital as director of laboratory services.
"Oz" was the theme May 7 as Jefferson Medical Center honored 26 employees at a recognition dinner at Quality Inn in Harpers Ferry.
The West Virginia Health Care Association has elected its officers and board of directors for 2013-14, with newcomers joining five existing board members.
Attorney Ryan J. Kent has joined the Parkersburg office of Bowles Rice. He will serve as associate, practicing in the areas of energy, oil and natural gas, real estate and tax.
Several attorneys from Spilman Thomas & Battle have been selected for inclusion in the 2013Chambers USA annual directory.
Marie Foster Gnage, president of WVU-P has been named Parkersburg Citizen of the Year and State Citizen of the Year by the West Virginia Elks Association.
Justin Rader has been elected to serve a one-year term as the student representative to the college's Board of Governors. His term will begin on July 1.
West Virginia University has recognized two faculty researchers and two graduate students with 2013 Women in Science and Engineering Awards.
Joe Tuttle, who retired last year as CEO of Clay-Battelle Health Services Association, has been honored by the Center for Rural Health Development.
Dr. Larry Rhodes has been selected the 2013 Rural Health Practitioner of the Year.
The West Virginia Behavioral Healthcare Providers Association has given its 2013 Leadership Award in Behavioral Health to Don Perdue, chairman of the House of Delegates Health Committee.
Dr. Yusuf Khan has joined the West Virginia University Urgent Care team as a family medicine physician.
A new attorney has joined the law firm of Bordas & Bordas.