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Prayers are with the family of Herman Rattliff

John Chowning writes:
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the family of Herman Rattliff. Herman served for almost two decades in the Kentucky House of Representatives and was a strong advocate for those issues of importance to our part of Kentucky. He was a strong Republican leader in the region and at the state level in an era when Republicans were very much in the minority in the Commonwealth of Kentucky - and was highly regarded by people on both sides of the aisle. Our prayers are with his family this day. --John Chowning
Comments re article 67621 Herman W Rattliff Taylor County KY 19262014



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