Meet the Board of Directors
Saving Hope Charities is a non-profit 501(c)(3), and is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of five people.
Kenny Puckett grew up in Grayson County, moving to Louisville at the age of 15, but making a decision to make Grayson County his families permanent home in April 2009. Kenny is a small business owner, and he spends his spare time volunteering for the men's jail ministry, and taught youth Sunday school for the past five years. Kenny has six children with his wife, Sharon.
Sharon Puckett moved to Grayson County with her husband after he introduced her to the area on weekend visits with his family. She fell in love with the area and they made it their permanent residency in April 2009. Sharon grew up in Shepherdsville, Ky. Sharon has spent the past 22 years in the banking industry, and currently works as a compliance manager, she's completing her third year of school pursuing her Bachelors of Social Work, has spent the past five years working with the local women's jail ministry, and is a mother to six children.
Eric Huff was born, and for the most part raised, in Leitchfield KY. Eric loves this community and enjoys being an usher at Potters Hope Ministries where he meets and greets his church family. Eric’s life is a product of God’s grace and restoration. Eric is married to his beautiful wife, Cindy Huff and they 4 children, 2 son-in laws and 2 grandchildren. Eric and Cindy firmly believe that you can’t out give God and they believe their lives have been changed because of God’s promises that he will love them that love him (Proverbs 8:17) and if you bring your tithe into the store house (church) he will open the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessing that there shall not be room enough to receive (Malachi 3:10). Eric is excited about the lives that will be changed at Saving Hope through Christ and what he is doing for all of those who choose to be a part of the Hope that is in Christ.
Cindy Huff is a native to Grayson County, raised in Caneyville and moved to Leitchfield in 2013. She graduated Western Kentucky University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Primary Education and taught school for 4 years. Cindy left the teaching field to join her husband, Eric Huff in running their transportation company. In April of 2009 Eric and Cindy started Trinity Insurance Services, LLC in Clarkson, KY which now employees 13 people. In October 2015, Cindy passed the property on Commerce Drive as she had done many times before, but this time she sensed a prompting from the Lord that this site would become a Center for Women with Children. She asked her husband to contact a real estate agent about a purchasing option; Mark Duvall immediately made contact with the property owners and in approximately three weeks they had a contract for deed. In November 2015, they purchased the Commerce Dr. property.Cindy is committed to seeing this property renovated for the purpose of the Lord Jesus Christ and believes he will provide the help and resources needed to accomplish His will.
Misty Thomas is a native of Grayson County who married to her high school sweetheart, Jason Thomas, in 1996, and they've raised their three children in Leitchfield. She has spent the past 10+ years working in marketing, broadcasting, radio, journalism, and direct sales. She co-hosts the morning show "In The Know" on K105/AM870, serves as vice-president for the Tri-County CASA Board of Directors - serving Grayson, Meade, & Breckinridge Counties, and she also sits on the Board of Directors of the Grayson County Chamber of Commerce. Misty has a passion to help women find their worth and value as they learn their worth in Christ Jesus.