ken_youngbloodKenneth Youngblood, a local attorney who has led an exemplary half-century-long public service career, volunteered his legal council for the Henderson County School Board for 30 years. Among his many accomplishments, he helped launch HCEF in 1986 and was instrumental in getting the Historic Johnson Farm, owned by Henderson County Schools, onto the National Register of Historic Places. Mr. Youngblood and his late father, Pete Youngblood, 2004 inductee and county school board chairman from 1954-1970, are the first father and son duo enshrined in the HCEF Hall of Fame.

2007 Education Hall of Fame