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Scott appoints 3 to UNF Board of Trustees

Governor Rick Scott announced the appointments of William “Rad” Lovett II, Myron W. Pincomb and E. Lanny Russell to the Board of Trustees, University of North Florida.

Governor Scott and Myron Pincomb

Lovett, 51, of Atlantic Beach, is the managing partner of Lovett Miller and Company Inc. He succeeds Toni Crawford and is appointed for a term beginning Aug. 26, 2011, and ending Jan. 6, 2016.

In addition to co-founding Lovett Miller and Company Inc. in 1997, Lovett served as the president of Southcoast Capital Corporation since 1988. He has served on the UNF Foundation Board since 1990, including as president from 2003 to 2006 and a member of the executive committee since 1992. He received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard College.

Pincomb, 41, of Ponte Vedra, is the president and chief executive officer of The Pincomb Group LLC. He succeeds Wanyonyi Kendrick and is appointed for a term beginning Aug. 26, 2011, and ending Jan. 6, 2016.

Prior to founding the The Pincomb Group this year, Pincomb founded Educational Tools Inc. in 1999 and led the educational publishing company until October 2010, when he managed the integration of Educational Tools Inc. into the company Triumph Learning. In addition, he started and ran other companies in industrial chemistry, technology and education. He received his bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from the University of North Florida.

Russell, 56, of Ponte Vedra Beach, is a shareholder and board member at Smith Hulsey and Busey. He succeeds Wilfredo Gonzalez and is appointed for a term beginning Aug. 26, 2011, and ending Jan. 6, 2016.

Practicing with Smith Hulsey and Busey since 1980, Russell is a member of the Hubbard House Foundation Inc. Board of Directors and served on The Jacksonville Journey Crime Task Force in 2008. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida and his law degree from the University of Florida.

The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate.


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