Ron Henley has been named director of facilities at Baptist Health Paducah, with responsibility for engineering/maintenance, bio-medical engineering, pbx, emergency management, valet, construction, security and safety. He previously served as the safety officer for the hospital since 2016. Henley has a bachelor's degree in organizational leadership from Mid-Continent University, as well as HVAC and welding degrees from the former West Kentucky Vocational School. He is a former master electrician, and is a certified healthcare facility manager, healthcare safety professional and healthcare engineer, as well as a registered indoor air quality manager.

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Blinder's Management, La Center, is now part of the U-Haul dealer network. Blinder's Management, 176, will offer U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, moving supplies and in-store pickup for boxes.

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Ben Clayton has joined Paducah Bank as a consumer and residential mortgage relationship manager. The Paducah native is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with a bachelor of science degree in agriculture and minor in finance. Clayton most recently was a portfolio manager in sports and entertainment banking at Triumph Bank in Nashville. He also previously worked at Paducah Bank for two years as a summer intern.

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Kim Dodson recently joined Paducah Bank as vice president and director of treasury management. The Louisville native is a 29-year banking veteran with 19 of those as a treasury services manager. The certified treasury professional is a graduate of Leadership Louisville, FOCUS Louisville, Ignite Louisville and the Bingham Fellows program.

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Two area wound care centers have been recognized by RestorixHealth, a wound care management company. Massac Memorial Hospital's wound center has earned RestorixHealth's patient satisfaction and clinical distinction awards. The patient satisfaction award is based on a center achieving a score of 96 percent or higher, and the clinical distinction award is based on exceeding patient safety goals along with a 90 percent healing rate. Marshall County Hospital's wound care center is the recipient of RestorixHealth's center of excellence award for meeting or exceeding national wound care quality benchmarks over a six-month period.

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