This year, Diane Logsdon, HMH Foundation Board Member, received one of the Kentucky Supreme Court’s highest honors – the Chief Justice’s Special Service Award.
Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr., presented the award to Logsdon at the Kentucky Bar Association’s annual convention in June. The Chief Justice gave the award to Logsdon in recognition of her “extraordinary dedication to the Commonwealth and the Kentucky Court of Justice during 24 years as a lay member of the Judicial Conduct Commission and in recognition of an unwavering commitment to the highest ethical standards for Kentucky’s judiciary.”
Logsdon was first appointed to the Judicial Conduct Commission in 1992 and served as
lay member until 2016.
Logsdon is extremely active in local and state affairs and has been affiliated with Hardin Memorial Health for 50 years, beginning her career at HMH as a nurse and serving as HMH’s first Planning Director. Although she ultimately retired as Vice President and Chief Operations Officer after 45 years of service, she currently serves on a contract basis as an administrative executive. In addition, Logsdon serves as Advisor to the HMH Foundation Board of Directors, which is comprised of a diverse group of 24 community leaders.
Logsdon has also been extensively involved on civic boards and councils including Hosparus of Central Kentucky, the Community Health Clinic of Hardin and LaRue Counties, Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, AUSA, Fort Knox CORE Committee and more.
HMH Foundation honors her many years of dedicated service to the community and to the Commonwealth.