FRITZIE VAMMEN, attorney, has been reappointed to the Lawyers Assisting Military Personnel committee of the Arkansas Bar Association by President Jim Simpson. She will continue to chair the program committee and edit the revision of the bar association’s publication “Arkansas Veterans’ Handbook.” The handbook is offered to the public at no charge to provide guidance and accessibility to benefits available to Veterans.
The Arkansas Bar Association, 800-609-5668, is a voluntary, statewide Association with more than 5,000 attorney members. The Association and its members participate in a variety of programs and services for the legal profession and society.
Among the purposes of the Association are advancing the administration of justice in Arkansas and fostering high ideals of integrity, learning and public service among its members. The Arkansas Bar Association was founded in 1898.
DONNA TERRY has completed 26 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Terry began employment in the Food Services Department and has also worked as a residential care assistant. She is currently an Occupational Therapy Aide in the Medical Services Department. Terry and her husband, Larry, reside in Greenbrier. They have five children.
VICKI HUTTO has completed 31 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Hutto began employment in residential care in the homes and has also provided residential care in the behavior management program. Hutto has worked as a recreation activity leader and a teacher assistant in the Greenhouse. Hutto is currently a Rehabilitation Instructor in the Supplemental/Educational Department. She resides in Damascus and has five children and three grandchildren.
DEE ANNE MIDDLETON has completed 26 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Middleton began employment in a residential care position and is currently a Teacher Assistant on the Habilitation & Training Team. Middleton and her husband, Gary, reside in Conway and have one child.
DONNA HAYES recently retired from the Conway Human Development Center with 31 years of service. Hayes began employment as a MR Aide in 1981. She moved up the series of residential care positions and retired as a Residential Care Supervisor on the Total Care Team. Hayes resides in Maumelle and has one child.
RONNIE WILLIAMS, of Menifee, has completed a two-year term as chairman of the Arkansas Educational Television Network Commission. The Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) is Arkansas’ statewide public television network that enhances lives by providing lifelong learning opportunities for people from all walks of life.