Our Staff

Larry Luttrell
Larry LuttrellFounder
Larry Luttrell achieved sobriety in 1988 in a structured recovery home based on the principles of the 12-steps. After becoming manager of the house in 1990, Luttrell has worked to encourage, promote and inspire the residents to grow and change; to face reality and overcome addiction. Since then, Larry has gone on to build three other sober living homes across the country
Brandy, M.Ed, LPCC, NCC, LCADC
Brandy, M.Ed, LPCC, NCC, LCADCClinical Program Director
Brandy N. Corder is the Clinical Program Director at Liberty Ranch Rehabilitation Center. She graduated from Lindsey Wilson College with both a Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, and a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development. Brandy is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision at The University of the Cumberlands. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, a National Clinical Counselor and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor with the ability to supervise others in both licenses clinically. She has worked as a counselor since 2009 in several diverse settings. Her experience has taken her to community based mental health services, residential treatment for substance abuse, outpatient counseling, and crisis services. Brandy is in recovery and has been for eight years. She is thankful daily for working a program that helped to change her life.
MaggieDirector of Operations, Women's House
Maggie is the Director of Operations at The Liberty Ranch for Women. Originally from Liberty, Kentucky, she is a graduate of the women’s program who uses her own experiences in recovery to help the women realize that there is hope and life past addiction. Says Maggie, “My life was completely miserable before I got here: in and out of rehab, in states custody and constantly battling with the court system. Now getting to watch these women come in broken and begin to turn their lives around, just as I did, is an experience I wouldn’t trade for the world. Watching the resident and the families come back together through the recovery process is nothing short of a miracle.”
Ben, M.A.
Ben, M.A.Director of Admissions
Ben oversees the intake and admission process for all incoming residents entering The Liberty Ranch. He helps residents and their families set up medical detoxification, intervention, and transportation. Previously, Ben assisted in the Healthy Living Advocacy Program on skid row in downtown Los Angeles by facilitating admission and counseling of homeless drug addicts and alcoholics. He also volunteers at The Trevor Project, providing crises prevention and counseling for suicidal youth struggling with a wide range of mental health issues. Ben holds a B.A. degree in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University and is completed his M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University.
PatrickIntake Coordinator
Patrick assists in the intake process and works with Ben in helping residents and their families set up medical detoxification, intervention, and transportation. A graduate of the program who is originally from Brentwood, Tennessee, Patrick now lives in Kentucky and is around the house often to help out residents. “I love the house and what it has done for me, it was a long process but they never gave up on me here. I was 19 years old when I came in and had already been to rehabs and jail multiple times. The ranch has given me everything I have today”
LorettaWeekend Manager
Loretta works as the Weekend Manager at the Women’s House where she passes along her experience, strength, and hope to the residents of The Liberty Ranch, and takes joy in knowledge that she has helped countless women find sobriety, safety, and happiness.
NatalieHouse Manager
Originally from Louisville, KY, Natalie is a manager at The Liberty Ranch for Women. She is responsible for running groups, managing day to day structure, having one on ones with the residents, and helping family members see where they can help in the recovery process. A Graduate of the program, Natalie has experienced what every resident goes through in their path to recovery. Says Natalie, “Going through the Ranch completely changed my life and has inspired me to give what was so freely given to me.  I believe that if I can get sober and grow into the woman I have become, then I can show other women the steps I took to get better and guide them.”
AndyHouse Manager
Andy is a manager of the liberty house where he oversees the day-to-day life of the residents. Andy found himself at the Liberty Ranch after years of trying and failing to get sober on his own, and 11 months later he has finally been able to work against the character defects that kept him emotionally devastated and unemployable for so many years. Say’s Andy, “The Liberty Ranch has shown me how to live a happy and productive life in sobriety. I now have the chance to manage the house that saved my life, and I am extraordinarily grateful for the opportunity to give back what was so freely given to me.”
DustinHouse Manager
Dustin is a house manager at the Liberty Ranch where he oversees day-to-day life of the residents. Originally from a small town in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, Dustin was introduced to the Liberty Ranch in October 2012, when he made the committment to get sober after 10 years of alcohol and substance abuse. Through the support of the staff, he gained hope and a second chance at life. Say’s Dustin, “Now, I am blessed with the opportunity to help out fellow alcoholics, by managing at the house that saved my life. It is truly amazing to see what this program has done for my life, and I hope to be able to pass that on to someone else.”

AmandaAdministrative Assistant
Amanda Burdine is the Administrative Assistant at the Liberty Ranch Rehabilitation Center.
She is from Somerset, Ky and currently live in Shopville, Ky with her Husband Scott and her kids Sarah, Cameron, Addison, Amber and Ashley. I also have one Granddaughter named Kimber. She is an avid hunter and enjoys camping, four-wheeling, traveling and spending time with her family. She is very excited to be a part of the Liberty Ranch Rehabilitation Center. She has extensive background in Human Resources, Accounts Payable and Receivable, as well as Insurance and Billing. As the Daughter of an addicted Mother she understands the need and desire that families have to help their loved ones overcome this terrible addiction. Say’s Amanda, “I know what you are going through, I understand the want and the desire to have that person “back”. Though you may not ever see me when you come to visit LRRC just know that I am doing my all to help get your loved one “back” to you.”
April lives in Somerset, KY where she is married with 3 children. They are a proud Army Family as her son serves in the United States Army! She is the Administrator at Liberty Ranch Rehabilitation Center. Before coming to Liberty Ranch Rehabilitation Center she owned her own business, helping women going with breast cancer by providing breast prosthetics and wigs while they were going through chemotherapy. She feels she gets to continue that journey here at LRRC while helping the residents heal while overcoming addiction. Say’s April, “It’s a journey I’ve traveled with members from my own family, while not an easy one and it hits close to home. I take pride in coming to work every day and making a difference in the lives of the men and women here every day.”