Governor appoints Milo Thornton to CIHR Board of Directors
Gov. Ron DeSantis has added two new members to the Indian River State College board of trustees and reappointed three members from the nine-member group, the state said on Friday.
Indian River County Sheriff’s Deputy Chief Milo Thornton and Melissa Kindell, owner of Everglades Pediatric Dentistry in Okeechobee, are the new members.
According to the school’s website, there were vacancies for a member from Indian River County and a member from Okeeechobee County. The board is made up of three members from St. Lucie County and two members each from Indian River, Martin and Okeechobee.
The Governor reappointed Vice-President Anthony George, Joe Conrado and Susan Caron to the Board of Directors.
Other members include President Sandra J. Krischke, Martin County Election Supervisor Vicki Davis, Christa Luna and Brant Schirard Jr.
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