Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary President Becky Grant has lived in the community served by HMH for more than thirty years. Prior to living in this area, she lived in Ohio and Florida. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University, a Master’s degree from University of South Florida and a Rank One degree in Counseling from Western Kentucky University. After moving to Kentucky, she began teaching Business Education at North Hardin High School. She retired in 2008 after being part of the education team at Hardin County Schools for more than three decades.
After retirement in 2008, she has been able to devote her time to volunteer work in the area. To her, volunteering brings a smile to the faces of people who may be going through the hardest times of their lives. She has been a volunteer cook at Warm Blessings, an active member of Hardin County Homemakers, and a member of HMH Auxiliary for 10 years. She has held four different offices on the HMH Auxiliary Executive Board. As a member of the HMH Foundation, she is eager to assist in its missions.
“I love volunteering with the HMH Auxiliary and I’m honored to be chosen as their President and have the opportunity to serve on the HMH Foundation Board,” Becky said. “It’s so important to volunteer. When you’re working, and raising a family you don’t have a lot of extra time. When you retire, that’s a good way to give back to the community.”
Becky is a member of the local Elizabethtown Hardin LaRue Retired Teachers’ Association. She is a member of College Heights United Methodist church. She and her husband, Gary, have two sons and three grandchildren.