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Trustees

The Board of Trustees consists of eight members, of whom three are judicial appointees, three are legislative appointees and two are gubernatorial appointees.   One legislative appointment is currently vacant.   Unless appointed to an unexpired term, trustees serve four years -- the current four-year statutory term expires on June 30, 2020.  The trustees are:

Justice Laurance B. VanMeter
  Kentucky Supreme Court
  Lexington, Kentucky 

Judge Lewis G. Paisley (retired)
  Lexington, Kentucky 

Judge John R. Grise
  Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit
  Bowling Green, Kentucky 

Representative Hubert Collins (retired)
  Wittensville, Kentucky 

Judge Doughlas M. George (retired)
  Springfield, Kentucky 

Mr. A. C. Donahue
  Somerset, Kentucky 

Mr. Stephen F. LeLaurin
  Louisville, Kentucky 

The Board annually elects its Chair -- the current Chair is Judge Paisley.  By statute, the Judicial Retirement Fund is under the control of an Investment Committee consisting of those members of the Board who are the judicial and gubernatorial appointees.  Those members are Justice VanMeter, Judges Grise and Paisley (judicial appointees), and Mr. Donahue and Mr. LeLaurin (gubernatorial appointees).  Justice VanMeter is the current Chair of the Investment Committee for the Judicial Retirement Fund.  The Legislators Retirement Fund is under the control of an Investment Committee consisting of those members of the Board who are the legislative and gubernatorial appointees.  Those members are Representative Collins and Judge George (legislative appointees), and Mr. Donahue and Mr. LeLaurin (gubernatorial appointees).  Representative Collins is the current Chair of the Investment Committee for the Legislators Retirement Fund.