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Originally from California, Gary Steffen settled in Hardin County after coming to Fort Knox near the end of his 20-year plus Army career and he’s been helping others most of that time.
Harold Tucker has spent decades of his life helping teens, first as a teacher and coach and now as a foster parent.
Elizabethtown businessman Kenny Rambo left home for a while but when he returned he’s never looked back.
If you’re looking for Barry Howard, you’re most likely going to find him at Vaughn Reno Starks Community Center.
Rick Bennett’s background may have come from U.S. Air Force family but his goal is to help the U.S. Army through his skills as a financier.
Before 1978, if someone in Hardin County needed dialysis they likely drove to Louisville or Lexington, maybe even Nashville.
Matt Black’s eyes originally were set on Nashville, but ministry brought him back home.
Jim Lever will turn 60 next year, but that might be news to him.
“Age is an attitude,” Lever said.
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