Paducah, and the small farm where I grew up near Lone Oak, are part of who I am a Multi-Million Dollar Top Producer REALTOR who loves horses! Jennifer S. Palmer

Jennifer S. Palmer, CRS, is a Multi-Million Dollar Top Producer REALTOR who has a life-long passion for her family, friends, career, community, and horses--while demonstrating a high level of Integrity, Compassion, and Commitment.

A member of The KY Real Estate Commission, and the National Association of REALTORS, Jennifer provides superior service to her customers and clients, as demonstrated by the many letters she receives praising her abilities and professionalism as a REALTOR. In Aug of 2010 she was awarded the prestigious Certified Residential Specialists designation by the Council of Residential Specialists, the largest not-for-profit affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. Realtors who receive the CRS Designation have completed advanced courses and demonstrated professional expertise in the field of Real Estate. Fewer than 40,000 Realtors nationwide have earned the credential. CRS Designees subscribe to the strict Realtors code of ethics, and have access to the latest technology. She is consistently in the Top 50 in Sales out of 404 Realtors in the Western , Ky Region. She services all of Western Kentucky.

Marian E. Housholder has been Jennifer's Assistant since 2004! Marian worked at West Kentucky Community & Technical College for 32 years. Jennifer wouldn't be where she is in her Real Estate Career without her! Marian takes care of Virtual tours, Anniversary letters, Buyers packets, Mail outs and more! Jennifer is Extremely Blessed to have her and THANKFUL every day for her Excellent work.

Jennifer worked many years as a dental assistant, and also gave horseback riding lessons. In July 2000 she earned her real estate license. Because she loves being a REALTOR, she wishes she had started in real estate 20 years ago! She says, It is rewarding, challenging, and wonderful. I love sharing in the joy when that special family finds their dream home.

When it comes to horses, she has inherited her fathers and grandfathers lifelong passion for the breeding, raising, and showing of the registered American Saddlebred Horse. She is a member of the American Saddlebred Association.

Her grandfather, Andrew Jackson Palmer, was a farmer and carpenter who helped build the State Capitol Building in Frankfort, KY. He owned a large farm that bordered the Kentucky River in Eastern Kentucky's Madison County. Besides the many different farm animals, he always kept registered American Saddlebred horses. Her grandfather would tell her dad as a little boy, Son, always keep this breed of horse on your farm. " They will move your heart."

When her father, Judge Andrew Jackson Palmer II, graduated from the University of Kentucky Law School in 1952, he moved to Paducah to practice law. He held the office of McCracken County Attorney and County Judge from 1965 to 1974. During that time he owned a small farm near Lone Oak where Jennifer learned to ride horses, the beloved breed of the Palmers. She fondly remembers her first pony, Judy Sue. She and Judy Sue participated in many equestrian events, and Jennifer continues to compete in horse shows in Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, and Alabama.

Jennifer now owns descendants of the horses that her dad rode to school in Madison county , Eastern Ky. She has ridden and shown this breed of horse (ASB) since she was six years old. She says, They are truly medicine for my soul, and they do move my heart! You can look at Jennifer's horses under Customer Links on her web site.

Jennifer's older brother, Andrew J. Palmer III was KY Governor Julian Carroll's Chief Legal Assistant while he was in office. She's the step-daughter of Don Pepper, retired editorial writer for the Paducah Sun, and Joretta C. Palmer, worked as a legal secretary for many years, sister of Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham.

Along the way, Jennifer has been blessed with two beautiful children, David and Katherine. David is a Design Engineer for CISCO and one of the world's 154 individuals with his certification.

Katherine is very successful in her career in Sales at COLOR MATCH in Henderson, KY. Jennifer is extremely proud of both her children who excel in their respective careers, and she absolutely adores her seven grandchildren with whom she spends time whenever she can. She says with a smile on her face, They are also medicine for my soul!

In addition to Jennifer's full life she is a lifelong member of Paducah First Christian Church. Her mother, Doris, set a strong example by her own involvement in First Christian Church as well as various community activities. . Doris was president of the Paducah Woman's Club in the 1960s, as well as, president of CWF ( Christian Women's Fellowship) in the 1960's, 70,s and 80's. She was also involved in many other state and local church organizations from 1952 until her untimely passing in 1985. Jennifer cherishes the memory of her mother, and has dedicated a church website in her honor. You can visit that site at

Sadly, for Jennifer, her parents, Andrew and Doris Palmer, did divorce. But Jennifer came to have great respect for her stepmother and stepfather who contributed much to the Paducah area as well.

Doris married Don Pepper who wrote for the Paducah Sun for over 30 years. He started out as a reporter and later wrote editorials.

Joretta Palmer, Jennifer's stepmother, worked as a legal secretary for many years. Both her stepparents have been a tremendous influence in her life, resulting in Jennifer's love and admiration for both.

Jennifer's parents and step parents have instilled and inspired a certain Drive, Determination, Persistence, Work ethic, and love that she carries with her to always strive to be the best at everything she's involved in.

Jennifer is married to a Wonderful Special Man, he has Enriched her life Greatly. Jack D. Bell, retired from Continental General Tire of 33 years in Mayfield, Ky. He was one of the last 5 men standing before it closed in 2007. He now works for Greer Neon Sign Company in Mayfield, Ky.

Jennifer, also, gives back to Paducah and Western, Ky by being a member of the Paducah Lions Club to which her dad belonged. She treasures belonging to this great organization and the fact that every year it allows her the opportunity to help the Telethon of Stars raise money for disabled children and adults in Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, and Tennessee.