Louisville Magazine

OCT 2014

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54 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 10.14 12. "There's a full-time person just sched- uling my meetings. Before I came to GLI, during the years I spent running companies, I was out the door by 10 a.m. It had been years since I had a W-2 job. I hadn't had a breakfast meeting in years. Now it's every day. If you want to have lunch with me, it's 30 days out — at least." — Oyler 13. "My routine has dramatically changed since my dear husband (former Brown-For- man executive Owsley Brown II) is no longer here. It'll be three years in a couple of days. We were together for 43 years. I was 21 when we were married, 19 when we fell in love. I'm learning to be the new me." — Brown 14. "I could visit our Southeast members in the hospital or go to their funerals every minute of every day of the week. But then I'd have no time to work on my sermon. What I've fnally landed on is that my job is to preach." — Stone 15. "Today I got in the car and Michael Jackson's 'Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'' came on. I'm in my car, which has my face on it because I'm running for re-election, and I'm just rocking out. We live out east past Norton Commons, and I like living out there because I have my amp-up time in the car and my come-down time after work. "What's that one song? Aerosmith. You know, the one from the movie. Yes! 'I Don't Want to Miss a Thing.' And then 'Pour Some Sugar On Me.' (singing) Pour some sugar on me! Don't print that; my husband will kill me." — Williams 16. "I went to a wake for my friend's mother last week and it took — you wouldn't believe how long it took us to get to the family. Just people stopping us: 'I've been meaning to talk to you.'" — David Tandy 17. "I have the best nanny in the world. His name is David Tandy." — Carolyn Tandy 18. "My LinkedIn is backed up 500 re- quests right now." — Oyler David Tandy 41, Metro Council member, District 4 (married to Carolyn Tandy) Carolyn Tandy 40, district director, office of U.S. Congressman John Yarmuth (married to David Tandy)

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