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Kenneth Gene Stephens '52 was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.
Wayne Cranford '53 will council his sons in their new advertising agency, Cranford Co.
Henry H. Hawk '62 was inducted to the Senior Arkansas Hall of Fame by the Department of Human Services, Division of Aging and Adult Services.
Dr. Stanley R. Chadick '63 received the Certificate of Meritorious Service from the Mathematical Association of America.
Raymond Simon '66 was named the 2014 Friend of the District by the Conway Public Schools Foundation.
Marsha K. Hinkle '70 was elected chairwoman of the UCA Board of Trustees.
David F. Bridges '74 was promoted to executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield.
Donna I. Morey '78 was named executive director of the Arkansas Retired Teachers Association.
John W. Thompson '78 was named the defensive coordinator at Texas State.
William A. Waddell, Jr. '78 received the Just Communities of Arkansas' Father Joseph H. Biltz Award in March 2014.
Charles R. Strong '82 was named the head football coach at The University of Texas.
Jeanne (Loveless) Seewald '84 was named to the Florida Super Lawyers list in the 2014 edition of Florida Super Lawyers magazine.
James M. Ferguson '86 was installed as the 2014-2015 treasurer of the Arkansas Bankers Association at the 124th Annual ABA Convention on May 15.
Michael B. Hegeman '89, president of south-central operations for Nabholz Construction, received the 2014 Business Executive of the Year Award from the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce.
Wanda J. Blanchett '90 was appointed dean of the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University.
Amanda (Gail) Denton '97, '98 was named to the 2014 Arkansas Business 40 Under 40.
Jeffery L. Pitchford '91 was hired as director of Public Policy for State Affairs by the Arkansas Farm Bureau.
Stacy L. (Courtney) Jordan '92 was named registrar at Central Baptist College.
Christopher R. Knife '93 was named the executive director of the College of Central Florida Foundation.
Jennifer M. (Martinez) Belt '99 was appointed to the Governor's Developmental Disabilities Council.
Matthew L. Teravest '00 was named one of three recipients of the Stephens Award, which recognizes educators in the Little Rock School District. He received $10,000.
Shaun M. Harms '01 was named to 2014 Arkansas Business 40 Under 40.
Miguel C. Hernandez ‘01 was named deputy commissioner of the Arkansas Department of Education.
Leigh (Patton) Pruss '01 was named as director in finance and operations for Arkansas Farm Bureau in Little Rock.
Shannon N. (Samples) Newton '02 was named president of the Arkansas Trucking Association.
Lataaka T. Harvey '02 is the director and founder of the Community Outreach Program for our Youth (COPY) in Stuttgart, AR.
Allison Breezy Osborne-Wingfield '03 was named to the 2014 Arkansas Business 40 Under 40.
Michael L. Tullis '04 was named president of MNH Tullis in Arkansas, one of the largest independent bonding and insurance agencies in the state.
Luke M. Ferguson '05 joined the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce and Conway Development Corp. as senior vice president and general counsel.
Barrett H. Baber '06 won the top prize in the Grammy Gig of a Lifetime national contest. Baber and his band will travel to Los Angeles for a week in February of 2015 and will perform at the famous Nokia Theater.
Katherine E. (Hoppert) Ward '09 received her Ph.D. in Science Entrepreneurship at The University of Notre Dame.
Luke Irvin '11, serial entrepreneur and iOS developer, developed an app to help tornado victims after he witnessed the tornado in Vilonia.
Jeffery D. Jenkins '12 is the head golf coach for Louisiana Tech.
Keenan A. Abner '13 was named to the inaugural class of Arkansas Fellows.
Cody Lee Kelley '13 won the co-angler division in a Wal-Mart FLW tour event on Lake Kentucky, taking home the top prize of $20,000.