Leadership Paducah Class 31 Graduates

Published Wednesday, May 23, 2018 1:30 pm

Leadership Paducah Class #31 will be recognized for their graduation at the June 7th Power in Partnership Breakfast of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce.  Leadership Paducah is a program of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce.

Members of Class #31 include:  Mollie Bremer, West Kentucky Community and Technical College; Patrick Brumley, Beltline Electric Co. Inc.; Michelle Campbell, Paducah-McCracken Co. Convention Center Corporation; Hillary Chambers, McMurry & Livingston, PLLC; Nathan Crawford, Kemper CPA Group, LLP; Arianne Dillon,    U.S. Bank; Chevene Duncan-Herring, West Kentucky Community & Technical College; Rachel Dunsford, Williams, Williams & Lentz, LLP; Catherine DuPerrieu, BlytheWhite; Steven Elder, U.S. Bank; Christopher Ewing, Banterra Bank; Tonya Goodale, Midas Hospitality, LLC; Michael Hansen, HDR Engineering, Inc; David Homra, Kim Homra Insurance Agency; Stacy Irvin, The Orthopaedic Institute of Western KY; Holly Jones, Denton Law Firm; Michele Luksic, Paducah Bank; Dr. Matthew Mangino, Paducah Dental Care; Ashlea McMillan, Century 21 Service Realty; Jessie Meiser, Easter Seals West Kentucky; Josh Morehead, The Carson Center; Gretchen Morgan, Paducah Police Department; Jesse Morrison, Lourdes Hospital; Taylor Morsching, Paducah Parks Services; Jennifer Myers, Superior Care Home, Inc.; Adam Ogle, Baptist Health Paducah; Barrett Pazderka, Peel & Holland; Ryan Polczynski, Whitlow, Roberts, Houston & Straub, PLLC; Quent Smith, CFSB; Tim Thurman, CSI; and Amanda Vinson, FNB Bank. 

This year’s class began in August 2017 and the group has met monthly since then.  Leadership Paducah is designed to foster an in-depth understanding of the inner-relationships and complexities of the Paducah/McCracken County area through a series of face-to-face discussions with community and state leaders. Class members visited various businesses throughout the year and also took a one day trip to Frankfort to visit the state legislature.  

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