Stafford enters race for District 7 constable

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Wayne Stafford has filed as a candidate for District 7 constable.

Stafford and his wife Phyllis moved to Harrison County 13 years ago after he retired from his Superior Construction Company in Lexington. The couple lives on Dutch Chapel Road where Stafford works at his hobbies of building mini-trains, which had been used at the Kentucky Horse Park, the Mall of America, a theme park in Florida and one in California.

He also raises Tennessee Walking Horses for his family’s enjoyment.

Before his retirement, Stafford custom built homes, renovated apartment complex and did mansion restorations. He also did custom trim work on the interior of a residence at a Woodford County horse farm.

Stafford is a U.S. Army veteran having served overseas in Korea.

He is a master mason and a 32-degree Scottish rites mason. He is also a shriner for the Oleika Shrine in Lexington.

Stafford and his wife have each earned Kentucky Colonel distinction. They are members of the East Hickman Baptist Church, Lexington.

 The Staffords have four children: Marty, who lives in Jessamine County; Tammy, Cynthiana; Jennifer, Fayette County; and Daniel, Scott County. They also have eight grandchildren.