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Arkansas Bank Commissioner Elected Secretary of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (Movers & Shakers)

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Susannah Marshall, Arkansas bank commissioner, has been elected secretary of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors. 

(From left) Brandon Tedder, John R. Marshall, Jon Kennon, Mary Ann Campbell, Ronald Wilkerson & Steve Landers (First Community Bank)

Brandon Tedder, John R. Marshall, Jon Kennon, Mary Ann Campbell, Ronald Wilkerson and Steve Landers have been announced as the inaugural members of the business board of directors for the Little Rock market for First Community Bank of Batesville. Tedder is the founder of Renaissance Homes, Marshall is the former executive vice president of utility operations at Kansas City Power & Light, Kennon is the president of iRealty Arkansas, Campbell is chair of the National Women’s Business Council, Wilkerson is the founder of Bridge 2 Success and Landers is the CEO of the Steve Landers Auto Group.

Tammie Green (Knowledge — Your Best Investment)

Tammie Green of Farmington, who formerly worked for Walmart Inc., has been hired by Knowledge — Your Best Investment, a financial life advocate brand based in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.

(From left) Viki Wagner & Debbie Stacks (Generations Bank)

Viki Wagner, a former Siloam Springs universal banker, has been hired at Generations Bank of Rogers as the Siloam Springs team branch manager. Additionally, Debbie Stacks has moved to assistant branch manager, where she will serve until her retirement in early 2025.

Randy Williamson has been appointed to the Arkansas Small Business & Technology Center State Advisory Board. He is the senior small-business lender for Arkansas Federal Credit Union and is a licensed real estate broker.

Dan C. Young, a member and business section lead at Rose Law Firm in Little Rock and Rogers, has been invited to be a fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Fellows comprise an honorary society of attorneys, judges, law faculty and legal scholars who have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the highest principles of the legal profession and the welfare of their communities.

John G. Phillips (Lion Legal)

John G. Phillips has been hired as managing attorney over the bankruptcy division at Lion Legal in North Little Rock. He previously managed the Law Offices of John G. Phillips, a solo bankruptcy practice in North Little Rock.

See more of this week’s Movers & Shakers, and submit your own announcement at ArkansasBusiness.com/Movers.

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