Meet the Ghost Walks Hanging Judges!

15-Sep-2010

Ed Clifford retired from Walmart Stores Inc. in May of 2001, and was named President/CEO of the Bentonville/Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Northwest Arkansas Council, the Northwest Arkansas Chamber of Commerce, and in addition to Board positions on many regional non-profits, he currently Chairs the Care Foundation and the Arkansas Arts Council.

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Edwin N. McClure is a partner at Matthews, Campbell, Rhoads, McClure, Thompson & Fryauf, P.A. where he has practiced for over twenty years. He serves as Chair of the City of Rogers Historic District Commission; Board of Directors (Past President) of Main Street Rogers; Board of Directors (Past President) of Rogers Little Theater; and Past President of the Benton County Bar Association. He was elected Interim Municipal Judge and served as a member of the Arkansas Bar Association Board of Governors. Married to Kathy who is a Mortgage Lender at First National Bank of Rogers, their son Zachary L. Denison is a dancer/actor living in New York.

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Dick Trammel moved to Rogers, Arkansas in 1975 to become a vice president of First National Bank & Trust Company, which later became Arvest Bank, Rogers. He currently serves as executive vice president & a member of the Board of Directors of Arvest Bank Benton County. He is past president and current member of the Board of the Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce. He is a past chairman of Downtown is Uptown and Leadership Rogers Steering Committee. He has served on the Rogers-Lowell United Way board and twice served as drive chairman. Trammel was the recipient of the Chamber’s “Good Neighbor Award” in 1982 and the “Pride of Rogers” award in July of 2000. The Chamber Board renamed the annual “Good Neighbor Award” to the “Dick Trammel Good Neighbor Award” in February 2007.

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Rusty Turner is executive editor of NWA Media’s local daily and weekly newspapers. A graduate of the University of Arkansas, his 27-year career in journalism started as a news reporter at the old Rogers Northwest Arkansas Morning News in 1983. As a reporter, he’s covered sports, city government, higher education and politics at newspapers in Rogers, Springdale and Fort Smith. In 1991, he returned to Rogers as editor of the Morning News, and has held various newsroom management positions since. He’s an award-winning editorialist and columnist and past president of the Arkansas Associated Press Managing Editors. He’s currently a member of the American Society of News Editors.

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