Glen Campbell, left, and his wife, Kimberly, with Hazard businessman L.D. Gorman in 2012 at the Lexington Opera House. Campbell played there that year.
Glen Campbell, left, and his wife, Kimberly, with Hazard businessman L.D. Gorman in 2012 at the Lexington Opera House. Campbell played there that year. Courtesy of L.D. Gorman
Glen Campbell, left, and his wife, Kimberly, with Hazard businessman L.D. Gorman in 2012 at the Lexington Opera House. Campbell played there that year. Courtesy of L.D. Gorman

Glen Campbell was more than an entertainer to one Kentuckian. He was a friend.

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