In business and in civic endeavors, Judy Brown quietly helped bring major changes to Greenfield


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Judy Brown and her dog, Reggie, were famous in Hancock County for their visits to sick people and others. The pair provided loving therapy to many appreciative people over the years. (Daily Reporter file photo)


GREENFIELD — One might think a small-town Kentucky farm girl who juggled family, a 27-year banking career and community involvement with a long legacy of accomplishments and service would have to be overbearing to get everything done.

But that would not be an accurate description of Judy Brown, a longtime civic leader who died Monday. She was 80.

“She was an overcomer,” said her son, Scott. “She was not like a bull in a china shop. She was persistent.”

Then, he added: “A quiet persistence.”

Brown had suffered a stroke in mid-September and also had twice fallen at home.

 But not long before her health problems worsened, she was helping Herb, her husband of 58 years, build a new house and plan for the future.

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