Wesley Village Senior Living Community of Wilmore, KY will again honor several United Methodist Kentuckians who have given a lifetime of service to our Lord and to others. Those to be honored this year on the evening of Tuesday, October 13th at the Embassy Suites in Lexington will be:
John Adams – long-time Lexington area civic and Southern Hills UMC lay leader whose distinguished career as a District and Circuit Court Judge spanned two decades. A man of tall stature, he also played center for Adolph Rupp’s Kentucky Wildcats in the early 1960’s!
Bob and Norma Noe – members of Lancaster UMC and benefactors of the “Gift to the Commonwealth” – America’s most extensive collection of early Kentucky furniture, paintings, ceramics and silver, soon to be showcased in a new wing of the Louisville Speed Museum.
David L. Hilton – beloved Kentucky Conference pastor and Hospice pioneer. He also served as a missionary to Malaysia (where he first met his wife and fellow missionary, Mary Lois); and later as the Superintendent of the Red Bird Missionary Conference.