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CHARLESTON, WV — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has appointed 15 people to serve on the board of governors for five colleges and universities in West Virginia.

Bluefield State College: Robert Topping of Princeton and Richard Bezjak and Harold Wells of Bluefield.

Fairmont State University : Dixie Yann and Bryan Towns of Fairmont and John Shirippa of Bridgeport.

Glenville State College: Timothy Butcher of Glenville, Paul "Mike" Fulks, Bridgeport and Mike Forbes of Charleston.

West Liberty University: George Couch and Sandra Chapman of Wheeling and Joe Carey, New York, N.Y.

West Virginia State University: Dr. Ann Brothers Smith of Detroit, Mich., and Tom Susman and Paul Konstanty of Charleston.