Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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June 6, 2013

T.J. Samson Community Hospital board challengers file suit

GLASGOW — A newly elected board of six trustees has taken the first step in asserting itself as the lawful board of T.J. Samson Community Hospital, by filing a petition for declaration of rights in Barren Circuit Court on Thursday.

Descendants of T.J. Samson Community Hospital’s original stockholders gathered on May 25 to conduct a meeting and vote for a new board of hospital trustees, in an effort to remove the current leadership, whom the stockholders feel are leading the hospital away from its community roots.             

D.T. Froedge, the stockholder and community member who has led the movement to elect a new board of trustees, was elected to the board along with Glasgow City Councilman Wendell Honeycutt, Horse Cave Mayor Randall Curry, Cave City Mayor Dewayne Hatcher, Lyon Hutcherson and Curtis Peil.


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