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Milestones

  • TRH recognizes new employees

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized new team members for their first 90 days of service with a breakfast in their honor.

  • Mattingly celebrates 90th birthday

     

    Bernard A. Mattingly of Lebanon recently celebrated his 90th birthday with family at his home.

    Attending were his sons and daughters.

    Front, from left, are his daughters Fay Beach of Lebanon and Anita Smith of Bardstown.

    Middle, son George Mattingly of Lebanon, daughter Kay DeMurray of Campbellsville, wife Lena Mae Mattingly, Mattingly and son Steven Mattingly.

    Back, sons Wayne Mattingly, Leonard Mattingly, Donald Mattingly and Bernard Mattingly, all of Lebanon.

    Not pictured is son Thomas Mattingly of Lebanon.

  • Greensburg church has new pastor

     

    Greensburg Church of the Nazarene in Greensburg recently announced that the Rev. Richard D. Morgan is its new pastor.

    Morgan's first Sunday at the church was June 16. Church members hosted a housewarming night on June 23.

    In their 40-year ministry, Morgan and his wife, Beth, have served at churches in Kentucky and in Florida.

    Morgan was saved at the age of 28 at Lafayette Church of the Nazarene in Lexington, where he became youth minister and janitor.

  • TRH achieves Stage 6 recognition

     

    Taylor Regional Hospital was recently recognized as a Stage 6 Hospital.

    Stage 6 refers to the electronic medical record adoption model developed by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society in 2005.

    The model is used to evaluate the effectiveness of EMR systems in hospitals throughout the country.

    TRH is one of only two hospitals with fewer than 100 beds in the state and one of only six in the state to have met this designation.

  • Hieneman recognized as certified professional

     

    The American Hospital Association Certification Center recently announced that Ramona C. Hieneman has earned the designation of Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management. The CPHRM is a national credential that distinguishes an individual as being among the elite in the healthcare risk management profession.

    Hieneman, of Campbellsville, is employed as director of corporate responsibility at Taylor Regional Hospital and has served in that role since 2008.

  • Birth Announcements for July 25

    Tiffany Cox and Kenneth Chelf of Elk Horn announce the birth of a son, Zachary Ty Chelf, at 12 a.m. on July 3 at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville. He weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 18.25 inches long.

    Grandparents are Hilbert Cox and Barbara Cox of Campbellsville and Richard and Shirley Chelf of Elk Horn.

    Great-grandparents are Joseline Gabbert of Campbellsville and the late Joel Gabbert and George W. and Irene Cox.

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  • Community named 'Purple Heart City'

     

    Campbellsville/Taylor County was named a "Purple Heart City" recently, and the official ceremony to make the proclamation was July 4 at American Legion Post 82.

    "Purple Heart City" road signs were presented.

  • Cox, Scott wed

     

    Amory Elizabeth Cox and Trevor Stanley Scott of Lexington were married on Sept. 22. Billy Gregory performed the ceremony, which was at Campbellsville University's Ransdell Chapel.

    Cox is the daughter of Dr. Ben and Regina Cox of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Dorothy Bradford of Gadsden, Ala., and the late Thomas and Elender Cox and Lavear Bradford Sr.

    She is a pharmacist at Vanderbilt University Hospital.

  • Grays celebrate anniversary

     

    G.E. and Louise Gray of Campbellsville celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary on June 23.

  • Iron cross is dedicated in Sanders' honor

     

    An iron cross was dedicated in a memorial service recently in Marquis de LaFayette Sanders' honor.

    The David O. Dodd Chapter #212, United Daughters of the Confederacy of Pine Bluff, Ark., and the David Allen Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in Campbellsville hosted the dedication at Brookside Cemetery.

    Jean Sanders Pollard, vice president of the David O. Dodd UDC Chapter and charter member of the David Allen Chapter in Campbellsville, performed the dedication and remembrance.