Three Named Influential Women

Updated 4 years ago HNN Staff
Bracey with assessor Irv  Johnson
Bracey with assessor Irv Johnson
Photo T. Anne See

Angie Bracey, Connie Miller and Del. Jill Upson have been honored as the 2015 Women of Influence at the Guyan Country Club Friday August 21. Sponsored by the Cabell County Republican Executive Committee, the celebration came on the 95th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment which gave women the right to vote.

Bracey, executive assistant to Huntington Mayor Steve Williams is involved in  Path to a Cure and the City in Pink programs. Mayor Williams introduced her and later wrote on Facebook that  " her enthusiasm, passion,compassion, and energy promotes all that is good in our city."

Miller founded Guyandotte's Grace Food Pantry,   which feeds primarily children, Veterans and the elderly. The pantry provides three meals five  days a week, as well as  backpacks of food for children to take home for the weekend so they do not go hungry.

Del. Upson from Jefferson County has been named one of the GOP's Rising Stars and participated on the RNC panel. She lives in Charles Town, WV.

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