A Monticello woman was one of 43 people Gov. Mike Beebe recently appointed to state boards and commissions.

Carol Moore, of Monticello, replaces Dr. Jeremy Thompson on the state Children’s Behavioral Health Care Commission. Her appointment expires on August 15, 2014.

Other appointments are:

Kenneth Baim, Pine Bluff, reappointed to the Southeast Arkansas College Board of Trustees. His appointment expires July 1, 2018.

Mary Bassett, Fayetteville, reappointed to the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission. Her appointment expires June 30, 2017.

Roger Carter, Hot Springs, reappointed to the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission. His appointment expires June 30, 2017.

Rick Collins, Little Rock, reappointed to the Arkansas HIV/AIDS Minority Taskforce. His appointment expires February 1, 2015.

Lance Eads, Springdale, to the Washington County Quorum Court, District 2.  His appointment expires December 31, 2012. He replaces Micah Neal.

Gracie Giles-Gonner, Helena-West Helena, reappointed to the Arkansas Child Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence Commission. Her appointment expires July 1, 2013.

Dr. Dirk Haselow, Jacksonville, to the Public Health Advisory Board. He serves at the will of the governor. He replaces Dr. Sandra Snow.

Dr. Noel Lawson, Little Rock, reappointed to the Arkansas State Respiratory Care Examining Committee. His appointment expires August 7, 2014.

Brittany Parnell, Mount Ida, to the Arkansas Coalition for Juvenile Justice. She serves at the will of the governor.

Dr. James Phillips, Little Rock, reappointed to the Arkansas State Respiratory Care Examining Committee. His appointment expires August 7, 2014.

Clyde Reed, North Little Rock, reappointed to the Arkansas Athletic Commission. His appointment expires July 15, 2013.

Lydia Robertson, Little Rock, reappointed to the Arkansas Athletic Commission. Her appointment expires July 15, 2013.

Susan Rumph, El Dorado, to the State Board of Examiners of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors. Her appointment expires September 14, 2012. Replaces Anita Hudson-Meadows.

Angela Sanders, Benton, reappointed to the Arkansas State Respiratory Care Examining Committee.  Her appointment expires August 7, 2014.

Cheryl Stuart, Lewisville, to the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission. Her appointment expires June 30, 2017. She replaces Billy Fly.

To the Children’s Behavioral Health Care Commission:

Ann Brown, Little Rock. Her appointment expires August 15, 2013. She replaces Dr. Jennifer Lang.
Consevella James, Little Rock.
Dr. Tom Kimbrell, Little Rock.
Karen Massey, Hope.
Carol Moore, Monticello. She replaces Dr. Jeremy Thompson.
Dr. Tommy Roebuck, Arkadelphia.
Rhonda Sanders, Bryant.
Unless otherwise noted, these are reappointments and expire August 15, 2014.

To the Early Intervention Interagency Coordinating Council:

Frances Black, Little Rock. Reappointment.
Tim Burbank, Conway. He replaces Phyllis Fry.
Brandy Bynum, Sweet Home. She replaces Angela Avery.
Charlotte Carlson, Little Rock. New position.
Tami Harlan, North Little Rock. She replaces Kellie Phillips.
Traci Harris, North Little Rock. She replaces Mike McMillan.
Dr. Brenda Holder, El Dorado. Reappointment.
Dan Honey, Little Rock. Reappointment.
Karen Howard, Batesville. She replaces Eileen Cole.
Angie Lassiter, Conway. She replaces Rennie Herndon.
Sandra Reifeiss, North Little Rock. Reappointment.
Linda Robinson, North Little Rock. She replaces Roy Kindle.
Tonya Russell, Conway. Reappointment.
Millie Sanford, Little Rock. Reappointment.
Nina Scaife, North Little Rock. New position.
Larry Stricklen, Little Rock. He replaces Vikki Stefans.
Angela Traweek, Atkins. She replaces Berthena Nunn.
These appointees serve at the will of the governor.

To the Governor’s Commission on People with Disabilities:

Rodney Farley, North Little Rock. He replaces Martha DeWoody.
Christopher George, Jonesboro. He replaces Kenneth “Bill” Keltner.
Cleon Green, Nashville. Reappointment.
Dr. James Hunt, Jr., Little Rock. Reappointment.
Bryan Purifoy, Little Rock. He replaces Harrison Hogue.
Unless otherwise noted, these appointments expire June 1, 2014.