3 new members appointed to Marshall University board
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University says West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has appointed three people to the university’s Board of Governors.
They are retired Cabell County schools superintendent William A. Smith, WesBanco executive Geoffrey S. Sheils and BrickStreet Insurance attorney H. Toney Stroud. All are from Cabell County. They will serve three-year terms ending June 30, 2022.
Marshall President Jerome A. Gilbert in a news release thanked outgoing members Oshel Craigo, Michael Sellards and Joseph McDonie for their service to the university.
The new board members are scheduled to be sworn in at the next Board of Governors meeting on Dec. 13.