The ninth annual Arkansas Business Hall of Fame: Classics 2007.
On February 9, 2007, the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas The University of Arkansas strives to be known as a "nationally competitive, student-centered research university serving Arkansas and the world." The school recently completed its "Campaign for the 21st Century," in which the university raised more than $1 billion for the school, used will host the ninth annual Arkansas Business Hall of Fame.
Among Arkansas' prolific business community, several classics stand out. Their accomplishments have endured. Their old-fashioned hard work, ethics and perseverance have yielded organizations that stand the test of time. Today, their businesses serve Arkansas, the nation and the world--with proven products and services that are best in their fields. These vintage business leaders bring to their professions and communities an enduring quality of a time past with foresight for the future.
We celebrate these Arkansas' Classics:
THE 2007 INDUCTEES
* The late Delbert E. Allen Sr., chairman, Allen Canning Company, Siloam Springs, Ark.
* Thelma L. Joshua and the late Ernest P. Joshua Sr., founders, J.M. Products Inc., Little Rock, Ark.
* The late Kenneth Pat Wilson
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* Albert R. Yarnell, chairman, Yarnell Ice Cream Co., Searcy, Ark.
Walton College Dean Dan L. Worrell said: "The Arkansas economy has been blessed with a strong base of business talent. The Arkansas Business Hall of Fame was founded in 1999 to highlight the important and lasting contributions of its talented business leaders. We feel it is important to the state's future business leaders to honor and perpetuate these inductees' names and accomplishments."
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SAM M. WALTON
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Former Inductees into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame
William Dillard, Sr.
Charles H. Murphy, Jr.
Jackson T. Stephens
Sam M. Walton
Joe T. Ford
Donald W. Reynolds
Don J. Tyson
Colonel Thomas H. Barton
William E. Darby
J.B. and Johnelle Hunt
John H. Johnson John Harold Johnson (January 19, 1918 – August 8, 2005) was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, an international media and cosmetics empire headquartered in Chicago, Illinois that includes Ebony, and Jet
Roland S. Boreham, Jr.
Walter V. Smiley
Richard E. Bell
David D. Glass
Robert D. Nabholz, Sr.
Louis L. Ramsey, Jr.,
John A. Cooper, Sr.
Frank Lyon, Sr.
Charles D. Morgan
Robert A. Young Robert A. Young III (November 27, 1923 – October 17, 2007) was a Democratic politician from the state of Missouri who served five terms in the US House of Representatives. , Jr.
Dave Grundfest, Sr.
James T. "Red" Hudson
Edward M. Penick, Sr.
Frank D. Hickingbotham
William F. "Billy" Rector
Doyle W. Rogers, Sr.
Forrest L. Wood