Governor Ernie Fletcher’s Communications Office
Governor Ernie Fletcher Appoints Members to the Kentucky Horse Park Commission
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Governor Ernie Fletcher has appointed four members to the Kentucky Horse Park Commission.
George Jeffrey Fisk, of Independence, is a self-employed consultant. Fisk received a bachelor’s degree in education from Cumberland College. He is a member of the American Quarter Horse Association, the National Cutting Horse Association, the American Paint Horses Association and the Kentucky Jockey Club. He is married to Sue Fisk.
Dr. Kelli Greer Webb, of Lexington, is a dermatologist with Dermatology Associates of Kentucky. Webb received a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Virginia and a doctor of medicine from the University of Kentucky. She is a member of the Central Kentucky Dermatology Association, the Lexington Medical Society, the Kentucky Medical Association, the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Medical Association and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgeons. She is married to Woodford Webb.
Mary Glasscock, of Louisville, is the president and owner of Glasscock’s, a women’s apparel store in Louisville. Glasscock received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky. She has been involved in the saddle and horse industry all her life and is married to Ed Glasscock.
Roger Dalton, of Louisville, is retired. He is the former president and CEO of National City Bank of Lexington. Dalton received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a master’s of business administration from Harvard Business School. He is a member of the Transylvania University Board of Trustees and is the former chairman of Kentucky Easter Seals. He is married to Lucy Dalton.
Glasscock and Dalton have previously served on the commission.
The Kentucky Horse Park Commission is made up of 15 gubernatorial appointees. The commission is charged with providing broad management expertise and direction in the operation of the Kentucky Horse Park and representing the diverse interests of the Kentucky horse industry.