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Notable residents of Paducah, KY
Notable residents of Paducah, KYPaducah was the birthplace or residence of the following notable people:
Vice President Alben W. Barkley spent much of his life in Paducah, and has a lake, an airport and other landmarks named after him in the area. His historic home, Angles, is a private residence. One can visit Whitehaven, a mansion-turned-welcome-center off Interstate 24, where some of his memorabilia is displayed. Julian Carroll, Governor of Kentucky from 1974 to 1979 Steven Curtis Chapman, contemporary Christian music star Irvin S. Cobb, humorist Russ Cochran, PGA Tour golfer Steve Finley, a longtime (and current) Major League Baseball player, was born in West Tennessee, but grew up in Paducah. Clarence "Big House" Gaines, Hall of Fame basketball coach Dr. Robert H. Grubbs, a 2005 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, grew up in Paducah. Eddie Haas, former Major League Baseball outfielder, coach, manager and scout. Callie Khouri, who won an Oscar for her screenplay to Thelma and Louise, lived in Paducah for most of her childhood. Fate Marable, jazz pianist and bandleader Kenny Perry, PGA Tour golfer, graduated from Lone Oak High School just outside Paducah, although he spent most of his childhood in Franklin, Kentucky. Boots Randolph, saxophonist Phil Roof, ... more
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