Laura Davis of ERA Henley Real Estate has completed the Accredited Staging Professional Course, preparing her to assist home sellers with the knowledge and tools they need to clean, declutter and prepare a home before it is listed.
According to a study conducted by stagedhomes.com of over 1,000 homes showed that homes prepared for sale were sold for more dollars and in less time.
Jon Ross Henderson of Conway has been promoted to Vice President of Lending for First Security Bank of Conway. Henderson has over 11 years of banking experience, specifically with a lending emphasis for the past seven years. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Financing from Arkansas Tech and an MBA from UCA.
He is a graduate of The National Commercial Lending School at Southern Methodist University and is currently in the Stonier Graduate School of Banking program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Henderson has donated his time to various community organizations including Conway Kiwanis and Faulkner County United Way. He is a 2009 graduate of the Faulkner County Leadership Institute and currently serves as treasurer for FCLI. He is a native of Greenbrier.
Suzann Floyd has recently been promoted to assistant vice president of loan operations for First Security Bank of Conway. She has over 36 years of banking experience. She has served as a real estate lender and most recently as a loan documentation specialists. She received her BSE from Southern Arkansas University and has completed various Arkansas Institute of Banking courses. She has served on the Toad Suck Daze Council and volunteers with the Nursing Home Gift Fund during the holidays. Suzann is a member of Conway’s First Baptist Church. She was married to the late Neil Floyd and resides in Conway.
Brenda Bennett has been named Corporate Loan Trainer for First Security Bancorp. Brenda has most recently served as Executive Loan Assistant. She has over 24 years of banking experience. Bennett earned a BA of Science from Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss., and attended graduate school at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Her new duties will include implementing new loan platforms, writing loan procedures and training lending staff for the corporation.
Brenda is a member of Greenbrier Church of the Nazarene. She has volunteered her time to the Conway Chamber of Commerce, area nursing home activities and is a Ladies Bible Study leader. She and her husband, Mike, reside in Greenbrier and have two children and four grandchildren.
Bonnie Adkisson and Erma Moya have completed 22 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Adkisson began employment in the food service department working as a food service worker and a cook. She is currently a teacher assistant on the Intensive Training Team. Adkisson and her husband, Lee, reside in Conway. They have two children, Shaleah, and Kelsie. Moya began employment as a housekeeper and is currently a food preparation technician. She and her husband, David, reside in Conway.
Suzan Silvia and Sandy Branscum have completed 25 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Silvia is a fiscal support technician in the fiscal services department and resides in Conway. Branscum is a residential care technician on the Habilitation & Training Team. Branscum resides in Conway and has three children and four grandchildren.
Joyce Heathcock has completed 35 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Heathcock is a residential care technician on the Sheltered Living Team. She resides in Conway and has three children and five grandchildren.