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Cabinet for Health and Family Services honors 20 top-performing child support collection partners

For 2015-16 fiscal year

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Oct. 5, 2016) — The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) honored the state’s 20 top-performing child support collection partners from the past year and has recognized other staff who have helped get more payments for children served by the child support program.

Contracting officials are ranked based on their paternity establishments, the establishment of child support orders, child support collections and past-due collections. Rankings for the 2015-16 fiscal year were made based on number of active cases.

Top performing counties with 1,000 or fewer cases:

  • Adair County, County Attorney Jennifer Hutchison-Corbin
  • Crittenden County, County Attorney Rebecca J. Johnson
  • Green County, County Attorney Russ Goff
  • Hancock County, County Attorney Paul Madden Jr.
  • Larue County, County Attorney Kyle Williamson
  • Livingston County, County Attorney Billy Riley
  • Morgan County, County Attorney Myles Holbrook
  • McLean County, County Attorney Donna Dant

Top performing counties with 1,000-2,000 cases:

  • Allen County, County Attorney William Hagenbuch Jr.
  • Breckinridge County, County Attorney Bradley Butler
  • Grayson County, County Attorney K. Clay Ratley
  • Meade County, County Attorney Jessica Brown Roberts
  • Ohio County, County Attorney Justin Keown
  • Oldham County, County Attorney John K. Carter
  • Russell County, County Attorney Kevin Shearer

Top performing counties with 2,000-4,000 cases:

  • Harlan County, County Attorney Fred Busroe Jr.
  • Hopkins County, County Attorney Byron Hobgood
  • Nelson County, County Attorney Matthew Hite

 Top performing counties with 4,000 cases or more:

  • Christian County, County Attorney J. Michael Foster
  • Boone County, County Attorney Robert Neace

Collection Award (for increased collections over a three-year period):

  • Madison County, County Attorney Marc Robbins

Other awards:

  • Contracting Official Office of the Year – Nelson County Attorney’s Office
  • John R. Fendley Child Support Attorney of the Year – Byron Ockerman, Assistant Fayette County Attorney
  • Tim Olds Outstanding Customer Service Award – Carol Grider, Warren County Attorney’s Office
  • Contracting Official Employee of the Year – Daniel Pruitt, Campbell County Attorney’s Office
  • State Child Support Field Office Employee of the Year – Patricia Smith, Two Rivers Regional Office
  • Central Office Employee of the Year – Elizabeth Collins, Program Services Branch
  • Commissioner’s Award – Gavin Sewell, Compliance Officer, CSE Central Office

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