Brother Warren Denny graduated from Kentucky with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1970. He continued his education while advancing his career, earning an MBA from Kentucky a decade later in 1980.
His career saw him spent time with multiple architectural firms in the Lexington and Frankfort are, including Helm Roberts, Architect/Planner, Gray and Coblin, Smith Pritchett Hugg and Carter, Mcloney and Tune, and Don Shelton. Warren has served as President, Association of University Architects.
He is the University Architect for at the University of Kentucky, a position he has held for 35 years. Brother Denny also has served as President of the Bluegrass Power Squadron, which provides boating instruction to the public.
Warren has three children, Pamela, Eric & Niamh. In his spare time he enjoys fly fishing, golfing, hunting, photography and boating.
He cites Beta-Nu as having inspired “pride in my association with a group of people tied to my best memories.”