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CU: Dr. Hopkins meets with the Board of Trustees

2021-11-12 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Brett Pierce, Campbellsville University.
Members of the Campbellsville University Board of Trustees met with Campbellsville University President-elect Dr. Joe Hopkins, seated at right, and his wife, Suzanne, at a dinner at Swan’s Landing November 9, 2021. Trustees from left are: Front row – Hilda Legg, Billy Ray Smith, Barry Bertram, Dr. James Jones, Dr. Larry Noe, chair of the president search committee; Henry Lee, board chair; Dr. Jay Conner, Paul Osborne, Pat Burkhart, Dr. Anna Mary Byrdwell and Malinda Smith. Back row – Dr. Alan Medders, Ivan Bennett, Guy Montgomery, the Rev. Matt Smyzer, Ron Rafferty, Kenny Bennett, Tommy Turner, Steve Wright, Dr. Joe Owens, Jerry Blankenship, Dr. Jay Robison, Dr. Joel Carwile and Kwaku Osebreh.

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