Movers & Shakers (July 9, 2012)

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Monday, Jul. 9, 2012 12:00 am  

J. Mark Lundy recently won the 2012 Arkansas Society of
 Certified Public Accountants Public Service Award. Lundy is a partner at BKD LLP in Rogers. He was chosen for the award in part for his service on the Northwest Arkansas Community College Board of Trustees, where he is currently chairman of the finance committee, and for his former work with the St. Mary's Hospital Foundation.

Cathleen Shultz will join the National League for Nursing's Academy of Nursing Education. She will be inducted as a fellow at the academy's education summit in September. Shultz has served as dean of the Carr College of Nursing at Harding University in Searcy since 1980 and is a former president of both the Arkansas State Board of Nursing and Arkansas Nurses Association.

Financial Services
Darryl Watson has been promoted to first vice president and regional loan coordinator at BancorpSouth Bank in Little Rock. Watson is a 28-year veteran of the bank with experience in data processing, cash management, electronic banking and lending.

Health Care
Dr. Tyree Seals has joined Sparks Health System at Fort Smith Internal Medicine. Seals is a native of Chicago and got his medical degree from Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Ill. Before moving to Arkansas, he practiced medicine at Primary Care of Tulsa Inc.

Charles L. Harwell of Cypert Crouch Clark & Harwell in Springdale has begun his term as president of the Arkansas Bar Association. Other officers who have recently been elected to lead the association include President-elect Jim Simpson of Friday Eldredge & Clark LLP in Little Rock; Board  of Governors Chair David R. Matthews of Matthews Campbell Rhoads McClure & Thompson PA in Rogers; Secretary F. Thomas Curry of McMillan McCorkle Curry & Bennington LLP in Arkadelphia; Treasurer William A. Martin of Little Rock; Assistant Treasurer Shaneen K. Sloan of Hyden Miron & Foster PLLC of Little Rock; Parliamentarian Marie-Bernarde Miller of Williams & Anderson PLC in Little Rock; and Young Lawyers Section Chair Vicki S. Vasser of Matthews Campbell Rhoads McClure & Thompson.

Brent and Craig Renaud of Little Rock produced a video that has won the Radio Television Digital News Association's Edward R. Murrow Award for video continuing coverage in the national online news operation category. The video the brothers produced for The New York Times is titled "Surviving Haiti's Earthquake: The Children" and features the lives of two Haitian children who were badly injured in the 2010 quake and taken to Boston for surgery.

Susan "Susy" Rogers has taken a position as controller with Access Group Inc., a learning disability resource center in Little Rock. Rogers is a certified public accountant and a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with 27 years of experience in financial services.

Susan Tabor and Robin Bracken have been hired at Oleen Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting, an information systems consulting firm in Little Rock. Tabor, who was partner at SentinelStop Inc. in Minneapolis, will serve as the company's practice director of hospital and health systems. Bracken, who has moved from Shared Health Clinical Xchange in Chattanooga, Tenn., will work as practice director of ambulatory services. 



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