People and Business

People and Business

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Lynda Peters-Jones has joined the Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau as its director of convention sales. Peters-Jones will lead the CVB’s efforts to promote Paducah as a destination for meetings and conventions to increase the economic impact of tourism on Paducah and McCracken County. Peters-Jones joins the CVB team with 27 years professional experience in meeting sales, marketing and event management. She is the former marketing director and events coordinator for Four Rivers Harley-Davidson. Prior to that, she served as sales director for the Executive Inn and Paducah Convention & Expo Center and as on-site event production and hospitality manager for Artist Entertainment Network and Event Management.

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Rick Davis has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer at Planters Bank. He joined Planters in July 2008. Prior to this promotion, Davis was a senior vice president and controller for the bank. Davis is a Certified Public Accountant and spent approximately 15 years in public accounting before joining the bank. He graduated from Dawson Springs High School in 1989, Murray State University in 1992 with a B.S.B. in accounting and from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin in 2016. He is a graduate of Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County.

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Doug Lawson has joined Planters Bank as senior vice president for ag and commercial lending. He has 25 years of business and banking experience, and recently served as the EVP of aftermarket with Hutson, Inc. In addition, Lawson was the co-founder of The Kingdom Trust Company, a South Dakota Chartered Trust Co., and previously the market president of Heritage Bank in Murray. He has a masters in banking and is a graduate of the LSU School of Banking as well as the Kentucky Bankers Association School of Banking. He also holds a bachelor’s degree from Murray State University in agriculture, and is currently an adjunct professor teaching night classes in the Murray State Hutson School of Agriculture. Planters Bank has three branches in Hopkinsville, where it was founded; five branches in western Kentucky, as well as four locations and a mortgage office, in Clarksville, Tennessee.

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David Dietz, administrator of Mills Health and Rehabilitation, Mayfield, and the facility’s Vacation Bible School program were recently honored at the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities’ annual Quality Awards banquet in Louisville. Dietz received a leadership award and the VBS program received a public relations-community event award. More than 700 long-term care providers met during the meeting, attending educational sessions on issues they are facing.

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Leanne Adreon has recently been promoted to assistant vice president, consumer relationship manager at Paducah Bank. She has been with Paducah Bank for eight years and has 17 years of experience in the financial services industry. She attended Western Illinois University, Kentucky Bankers Association General Banking School, and is a graduate of Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce Leadership Paducah Class #29.

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Life Care Center of La Center, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, recently earned a five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The CMS rating system is designed to assist the public in choosing care for their loved ones. It calculates ratings based on results of health inspections, staffing and quality measures including pain management, pressure ulcers, weight loss and falls. Life Care Center of La Center is one of four skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities in Kentucky managed by Life Care Centers of America.

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After 18 years of service at Murray-Calloway County Hospital, Shirley Futrell has retired from her career in sterile supply in the surgery department. She began her duties at MCCH October 25, 1999.

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Jadi McBride, RN, office manager at Murray Pediatrics, recently received her international board certification as a lactation consultant. To obtain the certification, she completed 1,000 clinic hours and 90 classroom hours prior to taking the exam. She can now offer lactation consultation to expectant and currently breastfeeding mothers. McBride has an associate’s degree in science, an associate’s degree in arts focusing in early childhood education, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Murray State University.

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I love anything to do with Harley Davidson and have two beautiful children and a beautiful partner. In my spare time i like building websites and love anything to do with the internet.

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