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News Briefs: Erlanger’s Hoffman awarded, Greene tennis coach at NewCath, Judge Stumbo retiring

Erlanger City Clerk Sherry Hoffman has been named the Northern Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association (NKMCA) 2017 Outstanding Municipal Clerk.

“To receive nominations and this award from a group of people who I consider the best, makes me feel grateful to be a part of the NKMCA and City of Erlanger,” said Hoffman.

The award is given annually by the NKMCA.

“It’s a well-deserved honor for Sherry. I feel blessed to be surrounded by such a great staff here in Erlanger,” said Mayor Tyson Hermes.

Hoffman, a resident of Elsmere, has been with the City of Erlanger for 25 years, as City Clerk, Assistant City Clerk, Administrative Assistant, EMS Supervisor, Paramedic, EMT/Crew Chief, and EMT Volunteer.

“We are very proud of Sherry for her recognition as Clerk of the Year,” said City Administrator Matt Kremer. “We know how valuable she is to our organization. She has a vital role in making our city run as well as it does and I’ve been blessed to have her as part of the staff.”

Greg Greene is new tennis coach at NewCath

Newport Central Catholic High School named Greg J. Greene as its new girls’ and boys’ tennis coach.

Greene will fill the vacant position left by Bill Detzel.
Greene is a graduate of Ohio State University and graduated high school in Tipp City, Ohio, where he played competitive tennis most of his life.  He was two-time first-team all-conference singles player, all-area aingles player, conference champion, Ohio sectional champion in doubles, and Ohio district runner-up in doubles.
In 2011, after a successful career in the finance industry, Greene joined Strategic Advisors in Covington as a partner. He is the firm’s Chief Financial Officer and a member of the executive committee. At the firm, he works in the area of business consulting, public education, political consulting, and video and audio productions. 

Appeals Judge Janet Stumbo to retire

Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Janet L. Stumbo, who serves 22 counties in Eastern Kentucky, was honored by the chief justice, her fellow Court of Appeals judges, court system employees and others at a retirement reception recently.

A native of Floyd County, she will retire Dec. 31 after 26 years of service to Kentucky’s appellate courts.

Judge Stumbo was the second woman ever elected to the Kentucky Court of Appeals and the first woman from the 7th Appellate District. She was the first woman elected to the Supreme Court of Kentucky without having first been appointed.

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