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LaGrange resident William ‘B.J.’ Senior elected as president of Campbellsville Board of Alumni

William “B.J.” Senior, a resident of LaGrange, has been elected as the 2019 president of the Campbellsville University Board of Alumni.

The Board of Alumni is a group of Campbellsville graduates appointed to create an environment that keeps alumni connected with Campbellsville and to raise money for student scholarships.

As president of the Board of Alumni, Senior will preside over the bi-annual meetings, encourage board members to be active and be a cheerleader for Campbellsville.

William “B.J.” Senior

Senior has been a part of Campbellsville for a while, as he was a graduate of Campbellsville College in 1968 and has served as a member of the Campbellsville Board of Alumni for several years.

After graduating from Campbellsville College, Senior taught at Florida Central Academy, then moved back to Kentucky in 1969 working as a circulation manager for the Louisville Courier-Journal in Paducah and in Louisville. He met his wife, Vicki, during this time and they have lived in LaGrange and Oldham County since 1982.

He has been involved in community projects to feed and help the poor and he mentors many young people toward obtaining college degrees and continuing their education. He always talks about Campbellsvilley’s programs and benefits, never tiring of bestowing the numerous accolades of his alma mater.

Senior is the owner of Senior & Senior Realtors, Inc. in LaGrange and manages residential properties for several clients including Campbellsville’s properties in Oldham County. In 2017, he and his wife facilitated the leasing of Campbellsville’s second Louisville Education Center.

The Board of Alumni members and their graduation years are David Hayes, ’70; Fred Stein, ’74; Leah Magers, ’00; Herman Hardesty, ’58; Glenna Bacon, ’85; DeMarcus Compton, ’09; Staci Williams, ’12; Zachary Leftwich, ’16; John Eastridge, ’16; Bobby Bowe, ’81; Bryan Fuller, ’09; Debby Duda, ’82; Gary Stinson, ’08; Leslie Carver, ’12; Norman Williams, ’71; Stephanie Strange, ’05; and Don Watson, ’81.

From Campbellsville University

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