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People and Business

Staff report

Andrea Higdon-Lane, broker/owner of Century 21 Service Realty, Paducah, has recognized four sales associates who have earned the Century 21 President's Producer award for sales production and quality service: Roxie Jarvis, Toni Stricklin, Suzy Gilland and Gary Gregory. The president's award is given to sales affiliates who have earned both the company's Centurion award and Quality Service Pinnacle Producer award in the same calendar year.

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Daniel Patton has been selected by a vote of fellow employees as the Employee of the Year at The Murray Bank. He currently works in deposits/operations at the main office. Patton has worked at the bank almost three years. He has a business administration degree from Murray State University.

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Melony Shemberger, an assistant professor of journalism and mass communications at Murray State University, has been selected as a fellow for the Scripps Howard Academic Leadership Academy, June 11-14 at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. The Manship School of Mass Communications at LSU partners with the Scripps Howard Foundation each year to host 12-15 participants in the academy. The program brings together professionals, scholars and administrators to help fellows learn about the challenges and rewards of leading an academic program. In addition to her teaching duties, Shemberger serves as the department's undergraduate assessment coordinator. She has published peer-reviewed journal articles, media education book chapters, and several public relations guidebook articles. Shemberger is a lifetime member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and serves on the national board of directors. She holds a doctor of education in administration and supervision from Tennessee State University. In addition, she has a bachelor's degree from Western Kentucky University in mass communication and history and government, and a master's in management from Austin Peay State University.

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David Chestnut, president and owner of Pennyrile Home Medical, was recently elected president of the Kentucky Home Medical Equipment Suppliers Association for 2017. He has been a board member of KMESA for over 25 years and his company has been in business over 34 years. KMESA is the state association that representing providers of home medical equipment and supplies.

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Nyoka Mayfield has been selected 2016 Employee of the Year by TempsPlus, Inc. Employment Services. She was selected out of approximately 1,500 employees who worked for the agency during the past year. The award is based performance and a positive attitude in the workplace and with her co-workers.

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