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Brad Knight, CFP, AAMS, Paducah, has joined Raymond James as a financial advisor and president of the newly formed Knight Wealth Advisors. Knight previously was a financial consultant at Hilliard Lyons. He is joined by fellow staff member and client service associate Jamie Smith. Knight has been in the financial services industry for 12 years. He holds a bachelor of science degree in business and an MBA from Murray State University.

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Chevene Duncan-Herring, Paducah, has been named diversity and inclusion director at West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Since joining WKCTC in 2012, Duncan-Herring has served as program facilitator of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant, through the U.S. Department of Labor in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education. Through the grant, Duncan-Herring worked closely with dislocated workers from Paducah and surrounding communities who enrolled at WKCTC. She has also been the director of the West Kentucky Identifying Needs Guiding Success (WINGS) and governor's minority student college preparation program, with duties including the creation and implementation of comprehensive cultural diverse program within the college and community with minority and underrepresented middle school students. Duncan-Herring holds a master's degree in education from Nashville's Trevecca Nazarene University and a bachelor's degree in counseling psychology from Rochester College in Michigan. She has also served as a success coach, education counselor and adjunct faculty member at WKCTC.

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Tim Durbin has been named managing director for U.S. Bank's private client group in Paducah. Durbin will be responsible for leading the trust department team in private banking, portfolio and relationship management. Durbin has 15 years experience in the financial industry, most recently as vice president of business development with Enterprise Trust Company, and spent 11 years prior with PNC Bank and PNC Wealth Management. He earned a bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from St. Louis University with a major in psychology and minor in philosophy.

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Brad Haas has been promoted to commercial assistant relationship manager at U.S. Bank's downtown Paducah office. He will be responsible for working with new and existing commercial loans. Haas joined U.S. Bank in 2015 as a portfolio monitoring analyst in St. Louis. He earned a bachelor's degree in finance from St. Louis University.

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Beth Clements has been promoted to treasury management and payments consultant at U.S. Bank's Paducah downtown office. Clements will be responsible for developing and managing treasury management services in west Kentucky and southern Illinois. Clements joined U.S. Bank in 2015, most recently as a treasury management associate. She earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Kentucky in Lexington.

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