Former resident writes autobiography

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Joseph W. “Joe” Dearen, former resident of Nelson County, has written his autobiography.He was born in the old cornfield House which James Rogers built in 1780 as Rogers Fort located four miles west of Bardstown. Rogers Fort was torn down in 1959.Upon graduating from Old Kentucky Home and the University of Kentucky, he served in sales with agricultural companies for 32 years. He retired from PPG Industries as general sales manager U.S. in 1988. He and his wife, Lunette Barlow Dearen now live at Singing Leaves Farm in Middletown.

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