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George Radford

George grew up the Cerulean area of Trigg County. He graduated from Trigg County High School in 1967.  He was the first of his family to go to college.

George graduated from Murray State University with a B. S. in Health and P.E. in 1973. He received his Master’s degree in 1981 and his Rank 1 in Education in 1990.  George lettered in Football at Murray State University.

He was employed by the Trigg County School System from 1973-2000. During that time he taught Heath and P.E. and coached football, basketball, both girls and boys and track and field, and both boys and girls Cross Country teams .  He was employed by the Paducah Public Schools from 2002—2004. 

He was the first African American Coach of the 5th District.

He was inducted into the Kentucky High School Track and Cross County Hall of Fame in 1994.

He coached four (4) State Championship Boys Track teams and one(1) Girls State Championship team and one(1) Girls State Championship Cross County teams

He is co-owner of GFB-LLP from 1995 to present.

 He is one of the founding members and president of Genesis Express, Inc. 1987—present.

 George’s compassion for youth and the prosperity of the community has kept him involved in many activities He is a member of the Trigg County Hospital Board, member of the West Kentucky Workforce Board, president of the Cadiz/Trigg County Crime Stoppers. He has been given numerous awards for his service to the community.

He has been a deacon at Cave Springs Baptist Church for 45 years where he teaches Sunday School.  

George spends his spare time with his beautiful and supportive wife, Agnes Wilson Radford. They have a daughter Yvonne R. Jones and two sons Victor and Bryan Radford and grandchildren and great grandchildren.

George has dedicated his life to the service of youth and elderly and needy of Trigg County. This is his effort to be obedient to the WORD OF GOD.