Head of Kentucky student loan organization retires abruptly

Apr 17, 2012 Full story: Lexington Herald-Leader

Edward Cunningham, the head of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority and its sister agency Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation, retired effective Tuesday, said Diana Barber, general counsel for the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority.

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tbowflex

Louisville, KY

#1 Apr 18, 2012
Why? I hope there is more to this story than just some guys retired... why abrubtly? was he forced out? asked to leave? in bad health... why is this news? seems like this is a get out in front of something so its not news when the real story breaks. SPIN doctors.
flowergal

Louisville, KY

#2 Apr 18, 2012
uh - is that it? let it go people what ever is going on it will stop now that hes gone. let him be.
kyctzn

Frankfort, KY

#3 Apr 20, 2012
I am sure there is more to come...just like once Richie Farmer left his office, the books where opened and all hell broke loose.
KHEAAEMP

Frankfort, KY

#4 Apr 20, 2012
This man has done nothing but drove our organization to the edge of the cliff and jumped out.

The very first meeting he had with KHESLC staff in Louisville was in a borrower church sanctuary where he proceeded to CUSS, right in the house of God.

He destroyed the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program.

Had 2 or 3 massive staff layoff, and didn't even have the guts to show his face those days.

EIGHT (8) of his senior leadership either quit, retired or transferred, in 1 years time.

You don't have a scheduled board meeting and have your CEO announce his retirement, and his last day be the same day, and be escorted out of the building....

We have always celebrated retirements with a going retirement party, this was a forced retirement or be fired.

Time to bring in the auditors office, I agree with the post above, could be Richie Farmer JR, with an open checkbooks.

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