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City Well Represented at Annual Leadership Graduation

City Administrative Officer Troy Body, Parks & Recreation Superintendent Tab Brockman, and Deputy Fire Chief/Training Bill Pyle joined the ranks of Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County alumni at a graduation ceremony yesterday for the 33rd class of the leadership program.  

2019 City Leadership Graduates-web

City employees are no strangers to taking advantage of the professional development opportunity.  Of some 650 Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County graduates, 37 of them are current or former city officials or employees.  

Mayor Hendricks noted “We are excited to see Team Hopkinsville so well represented among this important group of community stakeholders.  It is our hope that city officials and employees as well as the general public continue to participate in this worthwhile program.  We encourage them to apply before the June 3rd deadline,” added Hendricks.  

In addition to the three recent graduates, Leadership alumni among current municipal staff and officials include: 

Elected Officials

Darvin Adams, City Council Ward 1

Carter Hendricks, Mayor

Terry Parker, City Council Ward 7 

Admin Department

Nikki Durham, Administrative Coordinator

Crissy Fletcher, City Clerk

Robert Martin, Chief Financial Officer 

Fire Department

Steve Futrell, Deputy Fire Chief/Operations

Freddie Montgomery, Jr., Fire Chief

Bill Nightingale, Fire Captain

Kevin Quarles, Fire Captain

Michael Pendleton, Fire Captain/EMT

Lucas Stagner, Firefighter/Paramedic 

Police Department

Wende Aldridge, Procurement & Facilities Specialist

Jefferson Alexander, Patrol Lieutenant

Todd DeArmond, Patrol Sergeant

Michael Felts, Patrol Officer

Adam Smith, Police Task Force Lieutenant

Kyle Spurlin, Patrol Officer & Public Information Officer 

Public Works Department

Greg Harper, Service Center Superintendent

Tony Henson, Recreation Facilities Coordinator


For more information, please contact (270) 890-0200.