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Moses Tucker Real Estate Looks to Next Generation, Plans for Future

Moses Tucker Real Estate Looks to Next Generation, Plans for Future
Chris Moses, left, and brother, Jamie, with their father, Jimmy, the founder of Moses Tucker Real Estate. Jimmy Moses’ partner, Rett Tucker, says they’re both interested in planning for the future. | (Photo by Jason Burt)

What appears to an outsider as the simple passing of the family business from one generation to the next wasn't the plan from the beginning.
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Tyson Foods Gives $1M to Downtown Springdale Alliance

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Central Arkansas Regains Jobs Lost During Recession

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