Circuit Judge Tim Feeley, former state legislator, appointed deputy secretary of Cabinet for Health and Family Services

Judge Tim Feeley

Circuit Court Judge Timothy Edward Feeley of Oldham County has been appointed deputy secretary of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

Feeley has served as circuit judge for the Family court in Oldham, Henry and Trimble counties since 2005. He ran for attorney general in the 2003 Republican primary after holding a state House seat for more than 12 years and serving as an assistant U.S. attorney for the western half of Kentucky.

“As a Family Court judge, Tim Feeley has firsthand experience dealing with the variety of difficult matters that confront citizens across the Commonwealth,” Gov. Matt Bevin said in the news release. “I have great confidence that Tim will provide empathetic solutions and tremendous insight into how we can better care for and serve Kentucky families and children.”

Feeley received an economics degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978 and a law degree from West Virginia University in 1985. While serving in the Army, he rose to the rank of major and served four years as judge advocate general at Fort Knox immediately after getting his law degree.

He has been married for 32 years to Dr. Sue Feeley, a dentist in private practice. They reside in Crestwood and have three daughters and a son.

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