Governor Ernie Fletcher’s Communication Office
Governor Ernie Fletcher Appoints Members to the Kentucky Military Museum Committee

Press Release Date:  Wednesday, March 15, 2006  
Contact Information:  Brett Hall
Jodi Whitaker
Troy Body

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Governor Ernie Fletcher has appointed six members to the Kentucky Military Museum Committee. They are:

Col. Michael A. Jones, of Frankfort, is a U.S. Property and Fiscal Officer for Kentucky.  He received a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University.  He is a member of the Eastern Kentucky University Alumni Association and the American Society for Military Comptrollers, and treasurer for the Military Order of World Wars. 

Lt. Col. Steve P. Bullard, of Crestwood, serves as the director of administrative services for the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs.  He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine.  He is a member of the Louisville Armed Forces Committee, the Military Order of World Wars, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, the National Guard Association of Kentucky and the Air Force Association.  He is married to Janice Bullard.

Col. Armando Alfaro, of Frankfort, is a retired member of the Kentucky National Guard who has authored two books on the military history of Kentucky. He graduated from the Command and General Staff College and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.  He is a member of the Frankfort Optimist Club, past president of the Kentucky Genealogy Society and was designated Kentucky National Guard Historian Emeritus.  He is married to Dorothy Alfaro.

Col. Judy Greene-Baker, of Richmond, is the chief personnel officer for the Kentucky National Guard.  She is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky.  She is a member of the Military Order of World Wars and is married to Fredrick D. Baker.

Thomas W. Fugate, of Frankfort, is the cultural resource manager for the Department of Military Affairs. He is a graduate of Lincoln Memorial University.  He is a member of the Kentucky Association of Museums and the Logan’s Fort Foundation.  He is married to Betty Kelly Fugate.

Clyde L. Green, of Louisville, is a retired member of the U.S. Navy Reserves.  He is a graduate of Oberlin College.  He is a member of the Navy League of the United States, the Louisville Armed Forces Committee and the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations.  He is married to Doris Green.

The Kentucky Military Museum Committee is made up of 12 gubernatorial appointees.  The committee establishes policies and procedures for operation of the museum.