The plaque in the garden at the Baptist Health Lexington Cancer Center mentions Lucille Bowling Carloftis’ “willful spirit” and expresses hope that “others find comfort, healing and serenity” in her name.
The plaque in the garden at the Baptist Health Lexington Cancer Center mentions Lucille Bowling Carloftis’ “willful spirit” and expresses hope that “others find comfort, healing and serenity” in her name. Photo provided
The plaque in the garden at the Baptist Health Lexington Cancer Center mentions Lucille Bowling Carloftis’ “willful spirit” and expresses hope that “others find comfort, healing and serenity” in her name. Photo provided

Baptist Health Lexington Cancer Center garden, designed by Jon Carloftis, is dedicated to his mom, Lucille Bowling Carloftis

October 03, 2016 12:37 PM

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