Kentucky Bar Foundation Welcomes 23 New Fellows

The Kentucky Bar Foundation proudly welcomed 16 new Life Fellows and 8 new Fellows at its annual Fellows and Partners for Justice Society Luncheon on June 22, 2017 in Owensboro. 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 $265,000 in grant awards - its highest amount to date - to nonprofits across the state:

New Life Fellows
William L. Aldred, Clarksville, TN Rachel Wagner Kennedy, Pikeville
Michael K. Bishop, Bowling Green Jonathan A. Mason, Cincinnati, OH
Erich Eugene Blackburn, Pikeville Sara Virginia Ashley May, Pikeville
Rhonda Jennings Blackburn, Pikeville Leslie M. Newman, Henderson
Judge J. Foster Cotthoff, Hopkinsville Laura A. Oldfield, Erlanger
Larry J. Crigler, Union C. Michael Reynolds, Bowling Green
Joseph D. Halbert, Lexington Bonnie J. Rickert, Covington
Guion L. Johnstone, Lexington Richard M. Wehrle, Lexington
New Fellows
Mary E. Cutter, Frankfort Kif Skidmore, Lexington
Thomas Harrison Donnelly, Bowling Green Brent M. Stinnett, Bowling Green
Zachary A. Horn, Frankfort Thomas W. Volk, Louisville
Judge Alison C. Wells, Hazard