Zac Rambo, a senior staff accountant in the Paducah office of Kemper CPA Group LLP, recently passed the uniform certified public accountant examination and received CPA certification. He is a 2014 MBA graduate from Murray State University, and a Leadership Paducah Class #30 graduate. He began his career with Kemper CPA Group in 2013. Kemper CPA Group has offices in Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and California.

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Amy Roof, first vice president - investments, of Wells Fargo Advisors in Paducah, has been recognized as a Forbes Next-Gen Best-In-State Wealth Advisors 2019. Roof has eight years of experience in the financial services industry. She holds a master's degree from the College of Financial Planning. The Forbes Top Next Generation Wealth Advisors ranking is based on industry experience, interviews, compliance records, assets under management, revenue and other criteria.

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L.A. Miller, CPA has changed its name to L.A. Miller & Associates, Inc. In addition, Sherry Newcomb, Misty Stevens and Aundrea Wilson are changing roles and have become associates with the company.

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Matthew S. Eddy has joined the Whitlow, Roberts, Houston, & Straub law firm as an associate attorney. He is originally from Georgetown, and is a graduate of Georgetown College and Vanderbilt University Law School. He recently completed a two year judicial clerkship with the honorable Judge Russell.

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Monica J. Inglish, APRN, recently joined the provider staff of Mercy Health - Paducah Obstetrics and Gynecology as a nurse midwife. Inglish is a midwifery, obstetrics and gynecology nurse practitioner. Prior to becoming a nurse midwife, Inglish spent a majority of her nursing career taking care of women and children. She earned both her midwifery degree and her master's degree in nursing from Frontier Nursing University, in Hyden, and her bachelor's degree in nursing from Paducah Community College. She is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board.

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Pedro Loredo, Jr., of the Paducah Police Department, and Jacob C. Hamm, Graves County Sheriff's Department, were among 29 law enforcement officers who recently graduated from the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. Graduates completed 20 weeks of training, which consisted of 800 hours of recruit-level instruction. Basic training is mandatory for Kentucky law enforcement officers.

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