32 New Fellows Welcomed to the Kentucky Bar Foundation

The Kentucky Bar Foundation proudly welcomed 24 new Life Fellows and 7 new Fellows at its annual Fellows and Partners for Justice Society Luncheon on June 13, 2019 in Louisville. The KBF Fellows Program recognizes members of the Kentucky Bar who have shown support for the KBF's mission through their generosity in contributing the KBF. Thanks in part to the generosity of the following new Fellows and Life Fellows, the KBF was able to award $260,000 in grant awards to nonprofits across the state:

New Life Fellows
Christine C. Adams, Somerset Joy A. Kramer, Newport
Rick L. Bartley, Pikeville Debra Hembree Lambert, Somerset
Douglas G. Benge, London Stephanie McGehee-Shacklette, Bowling Green
John R. Crockett III, Louisville Catherine Monzingo, Lexington
Allison J. Donovan, Lexington Frank Hampton Moore III, Bowling Green
Angela Logan Edwards, Louisville Darrel H. Mullins, Pikeville
Kelsey E. Friend, Jr., Pikeville Darrel R. Pierce, Bowling Green
Adam Futrell, Paducah G. Kent Price, Paducah
Robert I. Gallenstein, Maysville Neva-Marie Polley Scott, Louisville
Yvette Hourigan, Lexington James A. Sigler, Paducah
S. Richard Hughes, Bowling Green J. Stephen Smith, Fort Mitchell
Michelle M. Keller, Covington B. Todd Wetzel, Princeton
New Fellows
Joshua Crabtree, Covington Megan P. Keane, Prospect
Colin Crawford, Louisville Kelly Kirby Ridings, London
Clayton R. Hume, Louisville Rebecca Simpson, Bowling Green
Robert C. Johns, Prestonsburg