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Kosair Charities names Keith Inman new president following retirement of Coe in August

Kosair Charities announced Friday Keith Inman will become its next president, beginning in August when he replaces Randy Coe. Keith Inman Coe, the current President, is retiring after 21 years. He will remain on the Kosair Charities Board of Directors. Coe also serves as a trustee. Inman, 61, is a fundraising veteran. He will help Kosair Charities continue the mission of helping Kosair Kids in our...

President of nonprofit to accept Children Community Leader Award for commitment

Thursday, Feb. 5, Kentucky Youth Advocates and Child Advocates from across Kentucky will award Randy Coe, President of Kosair Charities, the 2015 Champion for Children Community Leader Award for his commitment to protecting children from child abuse and neglect.   Randy Coe (Photo provided) Coe will accept his award during the Child Advocacy Day Rally, which begins at 10 a.m. in the Capitol Rotunda...

Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative recognizes
lifetime of service with Commonwealth Award

The Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative will recognize Anthony “Tony” Watkins of the Community Foundation of West Kentucky and Randy Coe of Kosair Charities with the prestigious Commonwealth Award at its annual Kentucky Summit held in Lexington on September 11-12.   The annual awards, presented at the luncheon on September 12th, are given to individuals or organizations who have distinguished...

Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative recognizeslifetime of service with Commonwealth Award

The Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative will recognize Anthony “Tony” Watkins of the Community Foundation of West Kentucky and Randy Coe of Kosair Charities with the prestigious Commonwealth Award at its annual Kentucky Summit held in Lexington on September 11-12.   The annual awards, presented at the luncheon on September 12th, are given to individuals or organizations who have distinguished...