‘Men in Pink’ promote breast cancer awareness

Published 4:54 pm Thursday, October 8, 2015

Bobby Martin


I have served as probate judge of Chilton County since January 1989. I am a graduate of Chilton County High School and John A. Gupton College. I am also president of Martin Funeral Home Inc. and Martin Memorial Cemetery Inc.

My wife, Judy Vines Martin, and I have been married for 50 years. We had three children, Nancy, Lori and Mel‚ and also five grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Our daughter Nancy died from breast cancer, and our daughter Lori, is now fighting a recurrence of her breast cancer.

I feel cancer is one of the worst illnesses a family can go through. It makes families and doctors do a lot of guessing and a lot of doubting about what is best for the person. I do not know if a cure is obtainable or not, but we can’t stop trying to find a cure.

Glenn McGriff


I am the circuit clerk for Chilton County. I am married to Tammie McNeill McGriff, and we have two daughters, Magenn Green and Macy Welch.

Tammie and I are members at Jemison First Baptist Church. My favorite hobby is watching Alabama Crimson Tide football.

I chose to get involved with Men in Pink because cancer is a terrible disease, and it has destroyed many lives in my family and among my friends.

Greg Moore


I am a Chilton County commissioner. I have been married for 28 years to Gail Moore, and we have one son, Spencer, a daughter-in-law, Hannah, and also a granddaughter, Madi.

I have a lot of beagles that I enjoy spending time with outside in the afternoons, and I love sports. I enjoy spending time with my granddaughter every chance that I can.

I chose to be involved with Men in Pink because cancer is a horrible disease. We need to find a cure. I have close friends that have been diagnosed with this.