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Chambers County woman selected for Trademark Women of Distinction Honors

LANETT — Deborah M. “Debbie” Kelley has been selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition for demonstrating dedication, leadership and professional excellence, according to a news release from the Trademark Women of Distinction. 

“There is a humility and personal touch she adds in the relationship with everyone she does business with,” the news release said. “More than the value of her service, it’s her way of treating everyone like an extended member of her own family that people remember the most.”

The news release said that during the vetting process, it was noted along with Kelley’s professional reputation, she has also maintained a positive peer rating. Her years of service along with the exceptional reputation also contributed to her inclusion,” the news release said. 

Debbie has been the director of sales at the Lanett Hampton Inn & Suites since 2010. She and husband Jamie Kelley have been married for 38 years and are lifelong residents of Chambers County. They have two grown children, Clayton Kelley and Lindsay Kelley.

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