From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (main entry)

Moorman, Marnel C.

(born: 1943  -  died: 1994) 

Marnel C. Moorman was born in Daviess County, KY, according to the Kentucky Birth Index. He taught in Shelby County schools. Moorman was the first African American vice president (1986-1990) and president (1992 & 1994) of the Kentucky Education Association. He was a graduate of Western Kentucky University (WKU) [B.A.] and Georgetown College [M.A.]. The Marnel C. Moorman Family Life Center of the Clay Street Baptist Church was named in his honor. Moorman was also named a Great Black Kentuckian by the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights. For more see Marnel C. Moorman at the WKU website.

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