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Kyle and Jessica Davenport founded the Kruzn for a Kure Foundation on behalf of their two children. It is their dream to fight for a cure. Will you join them in their fight?

Kyle and Jessica Davenport founded the Kruzn for a Kure Foundation on behalf of their two children. It is their dream to fight for a cure. Will you join them in their fight?


Catherine Harrison

Catherine Harrison is a 1989 graduate of The University of North Alabama with an Accounting Degree. She received her CPA license in 1991. Certificate #5197. In 1993, she opened her Accounting Office for public practice. She previously served on the Board of Shoals Habitat for Humanity in Florence, Alabama.


Courtney Thompson

Courtney Thompson is the co-owner of Nellie Mae Boutique located in downtown Tuscumbia, Alabama. Prior to opening Nellie Mae Boutique, Courtney was the Human Resources Coordinator at Helen Keller Hospital in Tuscumbia. She earned her BS in Human Resource Management and MBA from the University of North Alabama. Mrs. Thompson is actively involved in community affairs and in the revitalization efforts for downtown Tuscumbia.


Regina Clark

Regina Clark is a native of Colbert County Alabama and attended the University of North Alabama. She worked as a secretary at Walker Waddell Realty and served ten years Champion Paper Mill. She became a Licensed Realtor in 1989 and works as a full time sales agent at Regina Coates Real Estate.  


Bobby Joe Keenum

Bobby Joe Keenum is a graduate of Colbert County High School. He is the founding President and CEO of Joe Keenum Excavation and Construction Co Inc. since 1977. He is also the founding President of M K Materials, LLC since 2009. Between the two corporations, Mr. Keenum employees approximately 80 local individuals. He has been serving on the Lauderdale County Salvation Army Board since 2010. He is also an active member of Faith Church, where he serves in the capacity of an Usher.


Rodney Howard

Rodney Howard is a graduate of The University of North Alabama with a BS in Economics and Finance. He is also a graduate of The School of Banking of the South at Louisiana State University. Rodney was the founding Director and Executive Office of First Metro Bank in Muscle Shoals, AL in 1988. He has been President and CEO of first Metro Bank since 1992. He was appointed to the Board of Trustees in 2008 by Governor Bob Riley. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Muscle Shoals Electric Board and serve on the Colbert County Industrial Development Board. He is a founder of the Muscle Shoals City Schools Education Foundation; a member of the UNA Sportsman Club; and serves on the Personnel committee of the Colbert Lauderdale Baptist Association.


Michelle Tiffin

Michelle Tiffin is a graduate from the University of Alabama with a degree in Communications. She held Securities Licenses (Series 6 & 63) before transitioning into retail employment where she owned and managed her own retail store. Then moved into department manager of a larger store.


Dr. Patrick Wilson

Dr Patrick Wilson, born Patrick Roger Wilson in Jasper, AL, is a dentist and owner of Wilson Dental Inc. He is a 2007 graduate of the University of North Alabama where he played football for the Lions. Dr Wilson graduated from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry in 2013 and the Veterans Affairs Hospital residency in Denver, Colorado in 2014 before returning to the Shoals to begin his dental practice.

Lori McGuire

Lori has her Master’s degree in education from the University of North Alabama. She taught special education and kindergarten in Muscle Shoals City Schools. She has been an early childhood specialist with the UNA AMSTI program within the Alabama State Department of Education since 2003. Lori is on the Parent Advisory Committee with Muscle Shoals High School, a Muscle Shoals Athletic Booster and recipient of the 2017 Muscle Shoals High School DOT Day Award. She and her husband Greg have three children. She assists her daughter in Clay’s Crew, an organization within The University of Alabama named after her youngest son, that ministers to families of children overcoming traumatic injury or illness. She is a community group leader and drama director in the creative arts ministry at Highland Park Baptist Church and volunteers with Room In The Inn of the Shoals.


Tori smith

Tori Smith is a graduate of the University of North Alabama with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Management and Marketing. She is the Marketing Director for the Kruzn for a Kure Foundation. While in college Tori served as an NWSCC Ambassador, a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Blue Prints, Zeta Tau Alpha, National Society of Leadership and Success, and Gamma Sigma Alpha.