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Moses Tucker Real Estate Manager Retires

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The head of property management for Moses Tucker Real Estate of Little Rock recently left the company.

Lori Adcock-McGhee told Whispers last week that she decided to retire.

Her husband, Bill McGhee, is selling his business and retiring at the end of the year, she said. “And I’m downsizing my life myself,” she said. “We’re retiring together.”

McGhee, owner of McGhee Insurance Agency Inc., started the full-service multi-line independent agency in 1999.

The new owner will be Darin Hoover, who is currently vice president of sales of personal lines at the insurance agency.

Adcock-McGhee, who started at Moses Tucker in March 2014, also was a principal in the company and was based out of the firm’s Little Rock office. (Moses Tucker opened an office in Fayetteville earlier this year.)

Her LinkedIn profile said her duties at the real estate firm included oversight and management of all properties and of all property managers and other building staff.

Jimmy Moses, co-chairman of Moses Tucker, was more cryptic about Adcock-McGhee’s departure.

“We don’t talk about personnel matters,” he said.

He said a replacement for McGhee has been found, but wouldn’t say who it was.

“We just don’t discuss things like that,” he said.

Moses Tucker Real Estate manages more than 4 million SF in central and northwest Arkansas.

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