Published Sunday, October 31, 2004

Mark A. Long was recently named market president of Arvest Bank Central Arkansas. Long joined Arvest in 2003 as senior vice president and regional commercial loan officer in Conway.

Paul Revis of Conway was recently honored by the Arkansas Waterways Association for more than 40 years of service. Revis is a retired brigadier general of the U.S. Army Reserve, a retired engineer from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the retired executive director of the Arkansas Waterways Commission.

Dolley Brawner, a training officer at First State Bank, was recently elected as the 2004 - 2005 president of the Conway Optimist Club. Brawner, a Hendrix College graduate, joined the Optimist Club two years ago and has served as secretary and teens-of-the-month coordinator for the club.

Amy Burns of Conway recently joined the Arkansas Small Business Development Center at University of Arkansas at Little Rock's College of Business as a training coordinator. Burns will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of approximately 100 small business training events annually in the central Arkansas area. Burns, a graduate of Arkansas Tech University, previously served as community representative for the American Cancer Society.

Jeremy Martin, a teller at First State Bank in Conway, is awaiting his second assignment with the EXCEL Encourager/Mentoring Program, a program that works with teens in trouble. Martin is a student at Central Baptist College and plans to become a minister.

Rodney Smith of U.S. Bank's manufacturing division in Conway was recently elected vice chairman of the board of directors of the Arkansas Manufactured Housing Association for 2005. Smith most recently served as AMHA's treasurer and as a member of the budget and finance, industry education and public relation committee.

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