Two named distinguished alumni from Boyle County

Published 6:00 am Tuesday, November 27, 2018


News release

The Boyle County Alumni Association has named two Distinguished Alumni, Doloros McKee and Marianne Bridgette Rosel Maynard, both members of the BCHS class of 1968.

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McKee completed a double major in psychology and corrections and a master’s degree in social work all the while working part time and full time jobs and taking care of her two sisters and her daughter. She advanced in the Department for Social Services from the position of secretary to social worker then to supervisor of the Department for Social Services. 

In 1998 McKee won the Paul Grannis Commissioner’s Award for Excellence in Social Work for the Bluegrass Region (17 counties) and has received “Exemplary” status on her evaluations from Social Services. Her dedication and hard work as a Social Worker is still evident to this day as she continues to serve the community through her work with Hospice, Angel Tree, Shop With A Cop and other community programs. 

After graduation, Maynard completed a bachelor’s degree (cum laude) from Bellarmine University, MA National Security Studies, Georgetown University and M.Ed. from Marymount University. She served in the Navy for 20 years as Military Assistant to the President, Center for Naval Analyses; Military Secretary, Joint staff/Communications (J6) Pentagon; Public Affairs Office, Navy Recruiting District Washington; and various navel assignments in San Diego; Thurso, Scotland; Naples, Italy and Washington D.C. Maynard was a teacher for 19 years at Fairfax County Public Schools and Diocese of Arlington Catholic Schools. For the past three years she has worked part-time at Wegman’s Grocery Market in Alexandria, Virginia. Maynard has volunteered as docent for the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Eucharistic minister and religious education teacher at her church and is a Big Sister mentor.