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•   Sherrie Lee Wolff (Morgan) (1969)  5/17
•   Fred Baumann, Jr (1963)  5/27
•   R. E. Gene Dyson (1954)  5/27
•   R Van Horne (1961)  6/5
•   Sandra Wilson (Shafer) (1974)  6/5
•   Edward Brineger (1959)  6/12
•   Steve Kinkel (1969)  6/14


2019-2020 Alumni Association Officers: 
For questions or information CONTACT:
President:  Philip Robert (Bob) Feigel '65
Vice-President: BI Murrell '67
Secretary: Nancy Kelty Stengel '65
Treasurer: Marian Kurz Hudson '66
Webmaster: Marian Kurz Hudson '66

There’s a song we all know
That will make your troubles go
As the Generals go marching along
Take that ball
Down that line
Score a touchdown every time
As the Generals go marching along

For its high high hee
In the field of victory
Shout out your colors loud and strong -


For where e’er we go
You will always know
As the Generals go marching along-fight!

As the Generals go marching along G-E-N-E-R-A-L-S, Generals! 

Phil Bob ( Alumni Association President)
and the Executive Committee
are discussing how to hold events in
"Corona Time".
Monthly Alumni Association Meetings
You will be notified by email
 Will be announced by postcard a month in advance:
Picnic, Holiday, Potluck, Spring Chili Supper, Annual Alumni Dinner.
2020 Inductee Into the Lafayette High School Hall of Fame


Greg graduated from Lafayette High School in 1986. During his Lafayette years he was an athlete and an honor student. As an athlete, he lettered each year as a member of the Men’s Swim Team and he was Team Captain his senior year. At the same time, his academic achievements and honors were many. Greg was the recipient of: the Christy Beard Outstanding English Senior Class Scholar Award, Commonwealth Scholar Award, National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation and Youth Leadership Awards. He was a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta and Spanish Honors Societies.

After graduation, Greg set his sights on Johns Hopkins where he received a BA in Psychology, but he was not finished. Greg moved to the University of Louisville Medical School where he received his Doctor of Medicine and then California called. Greg performed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Scripps-Mercy Medical Center (San Diego) where he became Chief Resident.

Greg returned to Lexington in 2001, and he is a Doctor of Internal Medicine in private practice, Drs. Borders, Hood and Associates. Greg has worked tirelessly to contribute to and advance knowledge in many areas of medicine. He is Principle Investigator, teacher and leader in effective, safe chronic pain management. From Frankfort to Washington, D.C., he has worked to raise awareness and understanding of the Opioid Epidemic. Greg has authored over 50 publications and has delivered numerous presentations and lectures to various medical groups covering a variety of topics such as: Narcotics in Kentucky, Past, Present, & Future; Safe Chronic Pain Management; Small Practice Management; Connecting Quality to Medical Practice Goals and Improving Outcomes in Heart Failure and Diabetes Patients. He is also the Principle Investigator and Chair of a quality initiative to promote smoking cessation and lung cancer screening in central Appalachia. 

Due to his dedication to service and his medical talent, Greg was selected for the highest level of membership and recognition as “Master” of the American College of Physicians. In the 100+ year history of the organization, he is only the tenth Kentucky physician chosen for this honor.

In addition, Greg was selected as” Fellow” by the Royal College of Physicians. This is the highest level of membership and recognition for England’s oldest medical college celebrating 501 years of raising standards, shaping public health and improving standards to help lead physicians internationally. Greg is the only Kentucky physician to be both a “Fellow” of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) and a “Master” of the American College of Physicians (MACP).

In conclusion, Greg received the Laureate Award, American College of Physicians. This award honors “Fellows” and “Masters” who have demonstrated, by their example and conduct, an abiding commitment to excellence in medical care and in service to their community and the College. It is the highest award given by a state chapter, in this case the state of Kentucky.

Award Ceremony:
Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, London, England
 Recipient of the 2020 Lafayette Alumni Association Scholarship
Niki Maleki
 Freshman, Centre College, Behavioral Neuroscience Major

 I want to sincerely thank the Lafayette Alumni Association for awarding your scholarship to me. I appreciate your  confidence in me and the financial assistance will be invaluable. The past 4 years, I was involved in the Lafayette Pre-Engineering program where I met some of my best friends. I participated in many after school activities such as Student Council, Mu Alpha Theta, Beta Club, Bluegrass Youth Sustainability Council and the Acts of Kindness Club. During my senior year, I became Vice President of our student council and co-president of the Beta club. These two leadership positions allowed me to grow as an individual, develop greater communication skills and learn to problem solve in real time. When I start school this fall at Centre College, I plan to major in Behavioral Neuroscience and follow a pre-med track. My future aspirations are fueled by my passion to help people on a daily basis. I believe being interested in the sciences and passionate about creating a positive change in individual’s lives will be fulfilled with a career in the healthcare industry. While I continue my education, I hope to travel to new destinations and even ones I have visited in the past like Iran, the country where my parents were born and raised. Lafayette’s staff and students have given me the best 4 years and, although it will be challenging to leave, I am beyond excited to start a new chapter in my life at Centre College. Thank you again Lafayette Alumni Association for awarding your scholarship to me.

 Niki Maleki joins our group of current Alumni Association Scholarship students.



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