Benny and his wife, Ann, are residents of Ludlow and have been married for 52 years. They have three children, Margaret, Mike, and Mark, and five grandchildren.
Benny graduated from Ludlow High School in 1955 and joined the Air Force. After his time in the service, he went to work for Smith Barney where he worked for 33 years until his retirement in 1999.
Benny has coached Little League Baseball, Football, and Basketball in Ludlow for over 20 years. One of his coaching highlights includes the Riverfront Classic held at Riverfront Stadium in 1974 where his D-Team, the Ludlow AC Buffalos, won the City Championship.
Over the years, Benny's love of sports has given him exposure to many aspects of the athletic world that most sport's lovers could only dream about. He has kept the clock for the Ludlow High School Basketball teams for 48 years. He was the original official score keeper at Northern Kentucky University from the inception of its Men’s and Women’s basketball programs until his retirement two seasons ago. He has also been a Ticket Taker for the Cincinnati Reds, the Cincinnati Bengals and many other venues around the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area for past 39 years.
Benny is a member of the Ludlow High School Hall of Fame and the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall Of Fame. He is a former member of the Ludlow School Board and a former City Councilman for 14 years. He has been actively committed to the Ludlow for many years.
Benny began working for Middendorf-Bullock Funeral Home in 1999 but if you do not see him here, check out one the area's sporting or other entertainment venues. He always has a friendly smile and "hello" for everyone.