Loyall continues community service after retirement

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By Allison Shepherd

Being a wife of a public figure in the agriculture community, I have had the privilege of getting to know many great people along the way. One of those folks is Becky Loyall. Becky and her husband Randall, are 26-year residents of LaRue County and have served in so many community programs, there’s no way to name them all.

Becky has retired from serving as the local State Farm agent of which she served for over 29 years, but that hasn’t stopped her from being involved.

An active member of the Hodgenville Rotary, Becky invited me to my first meeting a couple of weeks ago. What a privilege it was to be your guest, thanks. Becky also serves as trustee of the Lincoln Museum, a volunteer for the American Red Cross, the church clerk for Emmanuel Baptist Church and is a member of the Hodgenville Woman’s Club.

Becky and her husband are enjoying their retirement time now, but I think being a grandmother is high on her list.

Always a smile on her face, a welcome to anyone anywhere, Becky Loyall is tops in my book. I have never seen her anywhere that she wasn’t proud of the program she was involved in at the time, and would go out of her way to make you feel welcome.

Folks like that is what makes this community a better place for all of us.

Thank you Becky for all you do.

Till then ....