Governor appoints Case to UK board
Louisa businessman Todd Case has been appointed to the University of Ky. Board of Trustees by Governor Andy Beshear.
Case resides in Louisa Kentucky, with his wife Pauletta. He has one daughter, Lindsey, who teaches aviation and finance classes at Lawrence County High School.
Mr. Case said he did not expect the honor but looks forward to it.
“I was shocked and honored,” Case said today. “My goal is to help all young adults advance their education.”
“I’ve been assigned to the Investment, Finance and Athletics committees.”
That means he will be in the know about our beloved Wildcats.
A 1985 graduate of Pikeville High School, Case operates several companies including an aircraft company in Lexington.
Here is a bio of Case which shows his history of accomplishments.
Todd@ToddCaseTrucking.comOffices/Positions Held on the Board:
Athletics, Finance and Investment Committees. Mr. Case was born in Pikeville and raised in Sidney, Kentucky. He is a 1985 graduate of Pikeville High School.
He attended the University of Kentucky where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting in 1989.
Mr. Case owns and operates several companies in the Commonwealth:
Todd Case Trucking (38 years), Case Dock, LLC, Case Coal Sales, LLC, Thoroughbred Aviation Maintenance, Inc. and North Star Operating Company, LLC.
Todd Case Trucking serves customers throughout the Tri State Area in the transportation of bulk materials such as coal, gravel and sand. Case Dock is located in Catlettsburg, Ky. where it transports raw materials from trucks to barges on the Big Sandy River, an Ohio river contributory, and then on to US or international ports. Case Coal Sales, LLC sells coal domestically and internationally and provides logistics and customs resolutions for the entire route.
North Star Operating is a coal mining, washing and railroad shipping operation located in Pike County, Kentucky. It mines metallurgical coal to manufacture steel and ferrosilicon low ash coal used to make electronic chips, solar panels, chemicals and semiconductors.
Thoroughbred Aviation was purchased in 2015 from RJ Corman Companies. In 2018 Thoroughbred Aviation acquired Mustang Aviation in Lexington Kentucky.
Thoroughbred Aviation provides maintenance for all commercial flights in Lexington Ky, and Huntington WV. It also provides maintenance services for many government, municipal and private aircraft owners throughout the Commonwealth and the United States. Additionally, it maintains all aircraft in Eastern Kentucky University’s pilot education program (29 airplanes), USDA in the Eastern Region, Indiana State Police, Kentucky State Police, Tennessee State Patrol, and the cities of Lexington, Indianapolis, Memphis, Chicago, Louisville, Nashville and several other municipalities. It also assists Marshall University in its Aviation program.
Mr. Case is currently an active member of the Masons and Shriners where his goal is to help children’s needs. He has also served on the Board and as Chairman of the Board of Three Rivers Hospital. He was appointed by the governor in 2010 to represent Kentucky on the national platform as a member of Kentucky Motor Carrier Advisory Committee.
Mr. Case is an active pilot and a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and the exclusive fraternity, the “Quiet Birdman”.
Mr. Case resides in Louisa Kentucky, with his wife Pauletta. He has one daughter, Lindsey, who teaches aviation and finance classes at Lawrence County High School.