Keeneland Names Connie Van Onselder As CFO

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Updated: 8/02/2012 10:36 pm
Keeneland named Connie Van Onselder as its new Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

She will begin her duties August 27.

Previously, Van Onselder was CFO of Lexington-based Unified Trust Company, serving as Chief Financial Officer for both Unified Financial Services, Inc. and Unified Trust Company since September 2010.

Van Onselder holds a CPA license in both North Carolina and Kentucky.

She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Albion College with a B.A. in Economics and Management.

A native of Battle Creek, Michigan, she spent 26 years in Raleigh, North Carolina before relocating to Lexington.

She and her husband, Robert have four children.
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