Brownback makes appointments to commissions, boards
Topeka Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has announced new appointments to four state boards and commissions.
The governor's office announced in a news release Monday that he appointed Stephanie Kupper of Overland Park and William Rogers of Kansas City to serve on the Kansas Volunteer Commission for three-year terms. The commission prepares a community service plan for the state.
Larry Ross of Silver Lake has been re-appointed to serve a three-year term on the as barbershop inspector.
The governor appointed Dee Lynn Krehbiel of Plevna to serve a four-year term on the Coordinating Council on Early Childhood Development services.
The Rev. David Meier of Humboldt was appointed to serve on the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board. It reviews domestic violence cases and makes recommendations to prevent homicides.