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|Jindal appoints local men to posts|
Winnsboro businessmen Craig Gill and Cloid White have been reappointed to state posts by Gov. Bobby Jindal.
Gill, owner of Gill First National Funeral Home, has been reappointed to the State Board of Embalming and Funeral Directors and White, the president of White Ford Lincoln-Mercury, L.L.C., has been reappointed to the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission.
Gill has owned Gill First National Funeral Home since 2001 and is a licensed embalmer and funeral director. He also serves on the National Funeral Directors Asso-ciation's policy board for the state of Louisiana
Former Gov. Kathleen Blanco first appointed him to the board in 2004.
"It's an honor to have the confidence and support of two governors," said Gill. "I'm looking forward to working with Gov. Jindal's administration."
The board regulates embalmers, funeral homes and funeral directors, and handles consumer complaints. It also establishes requirements for funeral homes and individuals engaged in the care and disposition of the deceased.
The board is composed of seven members appointed by the governor and subject to Senate confirmation.
Gill has served as vice president of the board.
White was appointed to the commission in 2003, also by Gov. Blanco. He is one of four members reappointed to the commission, and seven new members were named.
"I'm glad to be reappointed," White said. "I wanted to continue to serve to follow the governor's lead to promote the practice of good ethics in our industry."
The White family has owned and operated the White Ford-Lincoln Mercury for 51 years.
The Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission regulates and licenses motor vehicle manufacturers, distributors, dealers and leasers. All members are appointed by the governor and subject to senate confirmation.