Brian began his career with First Citizens Bank in 1988 as their first co-op student. He was the General Manager of Bean Publishing Company for 7 years when he purchased the local office supply business and a competing dealer, T & W Office Products in 2006 to form his company Kerr Office Group.
Brian is very active in the community and currently serves on the Elizabethtown Police Foundation, Elizabethtown Educational Foundation, Helping Hand of Hope, Central Kentucky Community Foundation, Vice Chair of United Way of Central Kentucky, UW Community Investment Team, Morningside Elementary Site Base Council and Vice Chair/Treasurer of Independent Stationers, Inc. Brian has also served in past leadership roles as Lincoln Heritage Boy Scouts Finance Chair, 2008 Friends of Scouting Chair, Hardin County Heritage Council Chair, 2011 UW Leadership Chair, Junior Achievement Chair and was a member of the 1999 class of Leadership Elizabethtown.
Brian has been honored as the 2008 Small Business Person of the year by the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce. Brian is also a member and Deacon at Severns Valley Baptist Church where he teaches an 8th grade boys Bible study group. Brian and his wife Tabitha have four children Chase, Ashley, Will and Guy (twins).
Philip began his career after earning a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Kentucky.
A Central Hardin High School graduate, he displays immense support for the Hardin County business community and is a very involved member of the Chamber. Known to be the first to arrive and the last to leave the many events that celebrate and support fellow chamber members, Philip served as a chamber ambassador from 2005-2015. During that time, he served three terms as ambassador president and was awarded a 2015 Chamber Champion Award. He also is a 2002 graduate of the Leadership Elizabethtown Program.
Philip lives in Elizabethtown with his wife, Christine, and their two boys, Paxton and Trent.
He also was on the dean's list and graduated magna cum laude. Josh began his career with the West Point Bank in 2006, and has been the President of West Point Bank since 2008. Josh is very active in the community that he calls home. He sits on various boards throughout Hardin County, including the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce Board, the Lincoln Trail Home Builders Association Board, and the Elizabethtown Education Foundation Board. Josh is on the public policy council of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce and is also an alumni of Leadership Hardin County.
Josh is very active in Grace Heartland Church where he is a member of the Board of Elders. He also teaches youth on Sunday mornings and leads a small group at the church. Josh has coached various youth sports for many years and has volunteered in other areas of youth sports leagues throughout Hardin County.
Kenny later joined the commercial real estate firm, Office Suites PLUS, balancing responsibilities that included marketing, property management, human resources, training, information technology and more — first in Knoxville, Tenn., and then Atlanta, Ga. In 2003, Kenny returned to Elizabethtown as vice president of a young Web development firm. Under his leadership, the firm grew to serve more than 400 clients in several states.
He completed his BS degree in marketing, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Western Kentucky University.
Chris has been involved with several professional committees within the Kentucky Society of CPAs and has also been involved with several local nonprofit organizations. He is a Hardin County native and resides in Elizabethtown with his wife, Cindy, and daughters, Annastin Grace and Kennedy Jade.
Williamsburg, Virginia for his Undergraduate Degree in Government and received his Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from the Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston Salem, North Carolina, in 1970.
Terry was admitted to The North Carolina State Bar in 1970, and The Kentucky Bar in 1974. He is a Partner in the Law Firm of Skeeters, Bennett, Wilson and Humphrey, in Radcliff, Kentucky.
Terry entered military service as a JAG Corps attorney and served in Korea before returning to civilian life and his home of Hardin County, Kentucky. Terry has been active in his community over the years serving as President of the Radcliff Chamber of Commerce, Hardin County Board of Education, Hardin County Bar Association, Radcliff Jaycees, Heartland Community Foundation and North Central Education Foundation. In his professional life, Terry sits on the Board of Directors of such organizations as First Citizens Bank, Central Kentucky Community Foundation, AUSA Core Committee, and Chairman of Farmers Capital Bank Corporation, a bank-holding corporation in Frankfort, Kentucky, and he has acted as City Attorney for the City of Radcliff, Kentucky.
He is a past member of the Wake Forest University School of Law Board of Visitors and Advisory Board, Health Clinic of Hardin-LaRue County, Kentucky Bar Association (KBA) House of Delegates, KBA Trial Commissioner, KBA Inquiry Commission and Secretary and Founding Member of the Radcliff Rotary Club.
Terry is married to Kay Bennett and they have two children, Brian and Tiffany, and three grandchildren. Terry is an active member of Valley View Baptist Church in Vine Grove, Kentucky.