Press Release

Asa Arkansas's Governor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
09.15.2016

Governor Asa Hutchinson Announces Appointments

LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson today announced the following appointments:

Warren Dupwe, Jonesboro, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas.  CV-16-796 Chuck Lange and Bill Walmsley, et al. v. Honorable Mark Martin, Secretary of State.  Replaces Justice Courtney Goodson, who has disqualified herself from the case.

Angela Sanders, North Little Rock, to the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board. Appointment expires June 30, 2019. Reappointment.

Helen Jackson, McGehee, to the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board. Appointment expires June 30, 2019. Reappointment.

Sarah Dunklin, McGehee, to the Mississippi River Parkway Commission of Arkansas. Appointment expires June 8, 2021. Replaces Bob Ware.

Kem Merrell, Forrest City, to the Mississippi River Parkway Commission of Arkansas. Appointment expires June 8, 2021. Replaces Richard Benson.

Brett Chumley, Benton, to the Department of Human Services State Institutional System Board. Appointment expires June 30, 2023. Replaces David Williams.

Lance Spicer, Hot Springs National Park, to the Arkansas Fire and Police Pension Review Board. Appointment expires January 1, 2018. Replaces Jimmy Bolt.

Robert Sanderson, Texarkana, to the Red River Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2021. Replaces Wayne Dowd.

David Vaden, Cave Springs, Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy. Appointment expires August 17, 2021. Replaces Allen Turner.

Dale Woodall, Austin, to the Arkansas Lifeline Individual Verification Effort Corporation. Appointment expires March 1, 2019. Replaces Kelly Halstead.

Bart Schulz, Cave City, to the Arkansas Lifeline Individual Verification Effort Corporation. Appointment expires March 1, 2018. Replaces David Robinson.

Mark Carpenter, Little Rock, to the Arkansas Lifeline Individual Verification Effort Corporation. Appointment expires March 1, 2019. Replaces Ruthie Clemons.

Josh Farmer, Bryant, to the State Crime Laboratory Board. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces Joseph Self.

Artie Gragg, Malvern, to the College of the Ouachitas Board of Trustees. Appointment expires June 30, 2023. Replaces Jimmie Lea.

Marc Oudin, White Hall, to the Southeast Arkansas College Board of Trustees. Appointment expires June 30, 2023. Reappointment. 

Darlene Byrd, Cabot, as a Justice of the Peace for the Lonoke County Quorum Court, District 12. Appointment expires December 31, 2016. Replaces Matt Sanders.

Jim Kerr, Hot Springs National Park, as a Justice of the Peace for the Garland County Quorum Court, District 5. Appointment expires December 31, 2016. Replaces Rebecca Arguello.

Robert Thorne, Marion, as a Justice of the Peace for the Crittenden County Quorum Court, District 12. Appointment expires December 31, 2016. Replaces Ronnie Sturch.

The Honorable Susan Weaver, Clinton, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-15-861 SEECO, Inc., et al. v. Carver L. Holden et al. Replaces Justice Rhonda Wood, who has disqualified herself from the case.

Amanda Hurst, Van Buren, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-15-861 SEECO, Inc., et al. v. Carver L. Holden et al. Replaces Justice Paul Danielson, who has disqualified himself from the case.

Christopher Carnahan, Conway, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-15-861 SEECO, Inc., et al. v. Carver L. Holden et al. Replaces Justice Karen Baker, who has disqualified herself from the case.

Kirkman Dougherty, Fort Smith, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV-15-558 Brenda Hendrix et al. v. Alcoa, Inc., et al. Replaces Justice Robin Wynne, who has disqualified himself from the case.

Steven Brooks, Bentonville, as a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas. CV- 16-257 Sarah C. Gildehaus v. Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and Christopher Moore. Replaces Justice Paul Danielson, who has disqualified himself from the case.