Contributions extend beyond roles in public office
By Linda Ireland
Saturday, May 23, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Two men who spent several years as civil servants passed away last week.
Former LaRue County Sheriff John A. Smith Sr., 81, of Magnolia died May 11 at Logan Memorial Hospital in Russellville.
Former Hodgenville mayor R.K. Keith, 84, died May 16 at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home – the facility he served as a volunteer for many years.
Smith served as deputy 1970-78 and as sheriff 1978-82. He was an unopposed Democratic candidate for sheriff elected in November 1977.
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