Farmers National Bank: Jacob Tamme, entrepreneur, former University of Kentucky football player and a veteran of the National Football League, has been named to the Farmers National Bank board of directors. A Danville native and resident, Tamme is a businessman who owns and operates a farm in Boyle County. Tamme and his wife, Allison, are founders of the Swings for Soldiers Classic, a charitable golf event that supports veterans.
RFH: Rachel Short, Jordan U’Wren and Emma Nolan have joined the certified public accounting and consulting firm as staff accountants.
Baptist Health Lexington: Dr. Hannah Brown has joined Baptist Health Medical Group Hospital Medicine. She earned a medical degree from the University of Kentucky, where she also completed a residency in internal medicine.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo