GOOD NEWS – Brockman Named 2022 KLC ‘Employee Of The Year’

It’s another feather in the cap for Tab Brockman.

During Wednesday’s WHVO “Hoptown This Morning” show, Hopkinsville Mayor Wendell Lynch announced that his Parks & Recreation Director has been named the 2022 Kentucky League of Cities “Employee of the Year” — a strong statewide honor garnered by few over the years.

Brockman said he was “humbled, honored, surprised” about the award — which requires a thorough nomination and vetting process before it’s selected.

And really, he added that it all comes down to “a team.”

He joins a recent list of Hopkinsville honorees for this award that includes former Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery and Police Chief Clayton Sumner.

Alongside this designation, Brockman will receive a $1,000 donation that can support a Kentucky program, project or charity of choice, as well as considerable statewide recognition among his peers at the 2022 KLC Conference & Exposition in late September.

Brockman will also receive complimentary registration to a future KLC Conference & Exposition.