Lee T. Todd, Jr. announced on Sept. 8, 2010 his retirement as president of the University of Kentucky. He and wife, Patsy, left, were greeted by UK board member Terry Mobley, right, as he entered the room.
Lee T. Todd, Jr. announced on Sept. 8, 2010 his retirement as president of the University of Kentucky. He and wife, Patsy, left, were greeted by UK board member Terry Mobley, right, as he entered the room.
Lee T. Todd, Jr. announced on Sept. 8, 2010 his retirement as president of the University of Kentucky. He and wife, Patsy, left, were greeted by UK board member Terry Mobley, right, as he entered the room.

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