Mary Jones has completed 26 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Jones began employment in 1985 as an Instructor on the Habilitation & Training Team. She has also served as a Vocational Program Coordinator in the Supplemental Services Department. She is currently a Human Rights Committee Chair in Administration. Jones and her husband, Marcus, resides in Conway. She has two children and five grandchildren.
Holly Haley has completed 26 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Haley is a DHS Program Specialist on the Total Care Team.
Louise King and Mary Tyus have completed 32 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. King is a Rehabilitation Instructor on the Habilitation & Training Team. Tyus is a Food Preparation Specialist in the Food Services Department.
Reva Jo Hayes has completed 36 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Hayes is a Rehabilitation Instructor on the Individual Assistance Team.
Bruce Davis, of Conway, received his juris doctorate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law during commencement and hooding ceremonies Saturday afternoon at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock. Davis graduated with high honors and is now working for McKinney and McKinney in Conway. Davis is the son of Charlie and Janice Davis.
Darrell Thomas has joined Legacy Realty as a new agent. He was born and raised in Pine Bluff, Ark., and graduated from Watson Chapel High School in Pine Bluff. In 1989, he attended and graduated with an associate degree from Coffeyville Community College in Coffeyville, Kan., and went on to attend and receive a Bachelor of Science in education at the University of Central Arkansas.
"I was first introduced to the real estate field through acquiring investment property from my good friend and mentor, Mark Burrier in 1999. Before I ventured to obtain my real estate license, I worked for Virco for 10 years, then Alltell for 5 years, and Lowe’s for 14 years. I believe that there is nothing that can’t be accomplished with hard work and the proper training," Thomas said.