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Lisa Smith Loy: Outstanding Professional/Business Woman

By Ben Arnold MPH, PhD

Don't we have a great little town? Not because of buildings and things but because of our great people -- like this one -- Lisa Smith Loy. I add Smith to remember Bobby Smith, her dad, a great guy.

Lisa is important to us both personally and professionally -- she does all my tax returns, some a bit difficult. I used to go to louisville and pay twice as much for half the work.

Lisa is always in the trenches with me working on Spectrum Care, helping in many ways.


I could call her COO, comptroller, vp, director of personnel. It's a difficult operation full of bureaucracy and wrapped in regulations.

Lisa is very smart, a quick study, she learns new subjects quickly, she is good with people, reads them well and holds them to perform, she works hard.

Lisa is the only person that I can email at 10pm and get a response, that night. Lisa could be the CEO of a large corporation, she has all the skills, good judgement along with management skills, and underlying all this intelligence, hard work, talents and skills -- she is grounded by a broad base of character and integrity, the most important characteristic.

Lisa and dennis are great friends. When Ellen asked me, I was pleased to come present this award to Lisa.


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Chamber membership honors Lisa Smith Loy



2017-05-17 - Cranmer Dining Center, Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, columbiamagazine.com.
The Columbia-Adair Chamber of Commerce annual awards banquet celebrates award winners elected by members with the winner of each category presented a plaque, and citation of achievement from both Rep. Bam Carney and Sen. Max Wise. From left at the presentation are Ellen Zornes, Chamber president, award winner Lisa Loy, Dr. Ben Arnold and Rep. Bam Carney. -- LW See also: Awards presented at annual Chamber of Commerce banquet

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