For 34 years Bill and I have been members of this community. We have worked alongside you and watched your children grow into adults with children of their own.
We’re moving to Leitchfield so we can be near our parents and while we look thankfully forward, we’re sad to leave this community behind.
As children’s librarian I’ve loved your children and many of their children. Some of them are now the pharmacists, dentists, teachers and even children’s librarians that continue to care for everyone in LaRue County. It’s immensely rewarding to see them as our leaders and caregivers.
I’ll miss working with the LaRue County Adult and Community Education
Council and the Early Childhood Education Council. I love these people who care so passionately about our youngest citizens.
For the past year, life has taken me back to Sunrise Manor where my library career began. I’ll miss sharing stories, poetry, songs and hugs more than I can say.
While Bill isn’t as outgoing as I am, he’s been part of the community as
well. He’s plowed your snow-covered roads, protected you from road hazards and given 14 gallons of blood during blood drives. He too will miss this place we’ve called home.
We couldn’t leave town without letting you know how much you’ve meant to
us and with what fondness we’ll recall our lives here.
LaRue County is so much more than just a community; it’s a family. Thanks for making us yours.
With much affection,
Bill and Kathy Crawford