CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has reappointed two members of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, including chairman Bruce Berry of Morgantown.
Berry practiced medicine in Charleston for nearly 30 years. He also taught at West Virginia University's medical school and recently retired as medical director at Colombo & Stuhr.
John Leon, chief of radiology at Fairmont General Hospital, also was reappointed.
Tomblin also appointed Gary White of Logan and Michael J. Farrell of Huntington to the commission.
All the appointments require approval of the West Virginia Senate.
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