Sara Dodge, Rosemary Winford, and Jennifer White have all completed 26 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Dodge is a Residential Care Supervisor and Winford is a Rehabilitation Instructor on the Individual Assistance Team. White is a Rehabilitation Instructor on the Total Care Team.
Gina Lowe has completed 26 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Lowe began employment in 1988 as a Switchboard Operator. She has served in capacities of Accounting Technician I, Insurance Specialist II, and currently serves as a Human Resource Specialist in the Personnel Office. Lowe and her husband, Larone, reside in Conway. They have three children.
Donna Clendenin has completed 41 years of service at Conway Human Development Center. Clendenin began employment in 1972 as an Institutional Instructor, teaching Home Economics for six years, before being promoted to a DDS Program Coordinator, a position she continues to hold on the Habilitation & Training Team. Clendenin and her husband, Harrell, reside in Conway. They have two sons, Brian and Jason.
J.C. Thornton and Company has announced Taleda McKee as the newest Executive Broker to its group of REALTORS®. Taleda has been a Multi-Million Dollar Producer since 1992 and awarded the REALTOR of the Year in 2008. She has a long history of real estate knowledge and experience. She is an active member of the Faulkner County Board of Realtors including serving as the Secretary and the chairman of the Award of Excellence Committee.
J.C. Thornton and Company has announced that Donna Fredrickson has joined its real estate firm. Fredrickson has worked in the real estate business since 2007. She is a member of the Faulkner County Board of Realtors and has served on the Award of Excellence committee.
J.C. Thornton and Company has welcomed Nacole Welch to its professional group of agents. Welch has worked with buyers and sellers in central Arkansas since 2006. She is a member of the Faulkner County Board of Realtors.
During the 2014 Arkansas Emergency Medical Services Conference held in Hot Springs July 30 through Aug. 3, Baptist Health MedFlight employee Pat Hum of Conway received state recognition for his contribution.
Hum, a MedFlight flight nurse for 30 years, was presented with the 2014 AEMTA Air Medical Award of Excellence at the conference. This inaugural award was created to recognize individuals who have significantly contributed to local, state and national provision, development and/or improvement to the air medical industry of Arkansas.
Hum, who has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and certifications as a Registered Nurse, Emergency Nurse and Trauma Nurse Specialist began his career at Baptist Health 37 years ago. In addition to his vast work experience, Hum was selected as the Air Medical Award of Excellence winner by a five-member panel based on his nomination, recommendations, support letters, previous awards and volunteer service.
Hum is usually on board Baptist Health’s air ambulance when it makes one of more than 490 transports annually across the state.