The LINC Commission, at its January 26 meeting, selected Jack Craft and Bailus Tate as interim co-chairs for the board.
The two succeed long-time chair Landon Rowland, who will continue to serve on the board.
Rowland was recognized during the meeting with a resolution from the Missouri General Assembly for his long-time service to LINC and his many contributions to the community and civic affairs.
Rowland served as chair of the LINC Commission for 20 years following LINC founder Bert Berkley, who also continues to serve on the LINC board.
Both Craft and Tate also serve on the Missouri Family and Community Trust, which is a public/private partnership involving leaders of many of the state's significant agencies.