Richard Ingram finished fellowship in nephrology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. LaGrange, Georgia, has been home since. One day, Richard Ingram found his way to Lafayette square and began asking those who passed by if they knew who the statue atop the fountain was. After receiving many incorrect answers he determined that educating the community on Lafayette is imperative.
After spending 15 years in Phoenix, her husband, an ENT Physician, made a job change in 2018 and is currently working for WellStar. Kathryn spent 12 years working as an Ophthalmic Assistant during her husband’s medical training then worked as his office manager of his private practice. She wanted to get involved in the community and was intrigued by the history of LaGrange and Lafayette.
John Cipolla currently serves as Superintendent of Schools at Lafayette Christian School. John has been with Lafayette Christian School for over fourteen years. Education is a large component of what Lafayette Alliance seeks to do and John Cipolla helps advise the Alliance on just that.
A graduate of the University of Alabama with a Master of Library and Information Science and LaGrange College with a Bachelor of Arts in History, Alex currently works as an archivist and records manager at the Troup County Historical Society Archives. Alex’s love of history and understanding of Troup County history made him want to promote Lafayette and his legacy.