Honeggersreturn come home to Conway

Jake and Missy Honegger have returned to Conway after a brief 18-month stint in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Jake takes over as the General Manager of the Conway. Hilton Garden Inn, and Missy has joined the staff at Solutions Day Spa.

Jake is originally from Indiana, but has lived in Conway since 2004. Jake is a graduate of Purdue University earning his degree in Hotel Management.

He began his career in hospitality 20 years ago as a housekeeper and has worked for top management companies under several Marriott branded flags located in Florida, Tennessee and Arkansas including the Little Rock Marriott, formerly the Peabody Hotel.

Jake said he is looking forward to being a Hilton GM and becoming a top performer under the Hilton Garden Inn brand. Jake enjoys travel, golf and spending time with his family.

Missy has 22 years of experience in the hair industry. Most of those 22 years were spent in Conway, she says.

Over the years, Missy has mastered a wide range of skills. However, her specialty and passion is color and formal hair styling. She is a Wella Color specialist, and believes in continual education.

Missy strives to stay at the forefront of her field with the knowledge of new products and services in order to provide excellent service to her clientele.

Missy says she uses hair as her canvas. “Hair is my art and I love the process of transforming someone from start to finish,” she says.

Missy places high value in listening to her clients, understanding their needs and respecting their hair. She strives for unlimited creativity. In her spare time she loves art, cooking, traveling and being with her three kids.

Missy can be reached for appointments at 501-329-9000.

The Honeggers are married with two boys, ages 21 and 15, one girl, age 6, and a dog Tuffy.


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