Hal Heiner is a longtime Kentucky resident and a graduate of Atherton High School. Hal received his undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville, working as a janitor, dishwasher and short order cook to help pay for his education. He later earned a Master’s Degree in Engineering from the Speed School.
After earning his Master’s Degree, Hal became a partner in a civil engineering firm designing water and sewer plants in west Kentucky, mine land reclamation projects in the east and roads all across the Commonwealth. His interest and ability in real estate led him to become President of the commercial division of a regional development company. In 1997, Hal started Capstone Realty, a company that has developed nearly 5 million square feet of new industrial and office buildings that helped bring and keep more than 4,000 jobs to Kentucky in the process.
Hal has been extremely active in his community, serving as a Vice Chairman of Greater Louisville, Inc. and Chairman of the Board of Christian Academy of Louisville. In 2002 he was elected to the Louisville Metro Council. On the Council he spent eight years focusing on finding efficiencies in services and innovative ways for the community to grow and prosper. In 2010, Hal was the Republican nominee in Louisville’s mayoral election.
Hal has been active in numerous charitable and educational organizations, including serving as Chairman of the Kentucky Charter Schools Association. He currently serves on the Asbury University Board of Trustees and the University Of Louisville Board Of Overseers.
Hal has been married to Sheila for 36 years and they are parents of four children. They live on a corn and soybean farm and are active members of Southeast Christian Church.
KC Crosbie graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky in May of 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.
After graduation, she went to work for a Fortune 50 company specializing in healthcare. She was employed by that company for 18 years. In 2013, KC established a Kentucky company focused on the distribution and sales of specialized medical and therapeutic products.
KC was elected to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government City Council in 2006 and served three consecutive terms representing the 7th District. During her elections, Crosbie received endorsements from the City’s firefighters, police officers and government employees. As Lexington’s Council is non-partisan, KC earned a reputation for being a person capable of working with all sides of the political spectrum.
As a LFUCG Councilwoman, KC was recognized for her efforts towards greater fiscal responsibility—typically leading the fight against excessive fees and higher taxes. She also led efforts requiring City Hall to be more transparent in its operations and demanded accountability as problems were uncovered.
In 2011, KC sought the office of Kentucky State Treasurer and narrowly lost to the incumbent. Following that race, KC was recruited by the Republican Party of Kentucky to serve as its Finance Chair. During the RPK State Convention in 2012, KC was elected as the RNC National Committee Woman (KY) where she serves on the RNC’s Rules Committee and works with other national leaders in formulating policy positions.
KC was appointed to the Kentucky Crime Victim’s Compensation Board, Board of Claims and the Judicial Nominating Committee by Governor Ernie Fletcher. In her community life, KC has been active on various non-profit boards including the American Heart Association, Junior League and National UK Alumni Association. She has also volunteered as a girls’ soccer coach and team mom for her son’s Little League baseball teams.
She is married to Scott Crosbie and they have two daughters, Kirby, age 15, and Cate, age 12, along with a son, Mac, age 10. KC and her family attend Centenary United Methodist Church in Lexington where she has been active in the children’s ministry and serves on the “I am 3rd “ recreational board.