Judge Executive sworn in as chairman of board for funeral association

Judge Executive David West of the Betts and West Funeral Home was sworn in as chairman of the board for The Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky at their 137 Annual Convention in Louisville last month. From left to right: Western District Director Chad Townsend from Dixon; Chairman of the Board David West from Nicholasville; Sergeant-At-Arms Bill Mullins from Covington; Southern District Director John Hill from Owensboro; Southcentral District Director Brandy Harwood from Tompkinsville; Immediate Past President John Jones from Harlan; President Rob Riley from Carrollton; Secretary/Treasurer Wesley Rominger from Manchester; President-Elect Marty Jones from Morgantown; Vice President Grant Bolt from Georgetown; Southeastern District Director Kyle Wolfe from Hyden; and NFDA Policy Board Shannon Combs from Richmond. (Not Pictured: Central District Director: Billy Butcher from Versailles and Northern District Director: Louis Linnemann from Erlanger)

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