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Background Information

Employment History

Part Owner and General Manager

Anderson Electric

Chairman

House Revenue

Chairman

Taxation Committee

Chairman

Revenue

Businessunit Manager

Sibley Industries Inc

General Manager

Sibley Industries Inc

Affiliations

Board Member
Arvest Bank Rogers

Board Member
Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

Officio Member
Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

Education


business administration
Drury University



Rogers High School

Web References (27 Total References)


Anderson added to Arvest Bank ...

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Anderson added to Arvest Bank board

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ROGERS - Arvest Bank Rogers has announced Keven Anderson as a new member of its board of directors.
Anderson is part owner and acting general manager of Anderson Electric and Plumbing Supply, with locations in Rogers, Springdale and Harrison and Hollister, Mo. In 2002, he was elected to the Arkansas Legislature, where he is serving his third term as a state representative.
Anderson's career includes experience as a loan officer with what is now Bank of America and as a businessunit manager of Sibley Industries, a division of Chore-Time / Brock manufacturing.He served as chairman of the Revenue and Taxation Committee during the 2007 Arkansas legislative session, where he helped to lead one of the largest tax reductions in Arkansas history.
"I'm very pleased to announce that Keven will be joining our board," said Rob Brothers, president of Arvest Bank Rogers."We welcome the perspectives and experience that new members bring to our board."
A resident of Rogers, Anderson and his wife, Lisa, have two children, Chelsea and Josh.Anderson currently serves as an ex-officio member of the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, and his family attends Peace Lutheran Church in Rogers.


January News

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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers.He said he and Anderson also are working on other elements of a tax package that would provide tax relief for retirees and a cut ...

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By a 15-to-five vote, the panel approved the bill, sponsored by Representative Keven Anderson, a Rogers Republican.Act 1220, passed in 2003, ...
Panel Backs Bill To Ax BMI ReportFort Smith Times Record - Fort Smith, ARKeven Anderson, R-Rogers, which would strip the BMI provision from a 4-year-old law, is expected to be debated by the House today. ...
Benton County Chambers Host Legislative ForumSpringdale Morning News - Springdale, ARKeven Anderson, R-Rogers, said the $8 million in turnback money will be distributed evenly amongst the cities and counties which isn'ta great formula for ...
Rogers : Clinic fate dependent on mission refocusingArkansas Online - Little Rock, ARKeven Anderson, R-Rogers, noted at the clinic's 2005 announcement that it used $32000 in state General Improvement Fund money from the 2001 legislative ...
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Keven Anderson, the Rogers Republican who's sponsoring the repeal, voted for Act 1220 and said it's done some good encouraging healthier foods in schools. ...
Arkansas May Stop Tracking Students' WeightMyFox Memphis - Memphis, TNKeven Anderson, R-Rogers.Act 1220, passed in 2003, requires a body mass index screen for all public school students.Anderson told lawmakers the other ...
Panel OKs sending body-mass index repeal to HouseArkansas Online - Little Rock, ARKeven Anderson, the Rogers Republican who's sponsoring the repeal, voted for Act 1220 and said it's done some good encouraging healthier foods in schools. ...
Arkansas May Stop Tracking Students' WeightMyFox Memphis - Memphis, TNKeven Anderson, R-Rogers.Act 1220, passed in 2003, requires a body mass index screen for all public school students.Anderson told lawmakers the other ...
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Dave Bisbee, R-Rogers, are working on a draft of a bill, Anderson said.
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Keven Anderson, a Rogers Republican. (See links below picture for more on his two bills on BMI and a study by UAMS.) Act 1220, passed in 2003, ...
Legislators a step closer to showdown over tax cutsArkansas Online - Little Rock, ARKeven Anderson, chairman of the House Revenue and Taxation Committee, said in an interview that he would introduce legislation to offer a $75 tax credit per ...
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After all nine bills on the House Revenue and Taxation Committee were tabled Tuesday, chairman Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, advised members it was time to get ...
Officials: Body Mass Index WorksFort Smith Times Record - Fort Smith, ARKeven Anderson, R-Rogers, filed two bills to amend or repeal the law.
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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, filed two bills Wednesday dealing with the BMI.
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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, has filed legislation that would abolish altogether the program championed by former Gov.
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The two bills were filed by Representative Keven Anderson of Rogers.
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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, filed two bills Wednesday that would change with the requirement for calculating a body mass index for each of Arkansas' public ...
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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, filed a bill that would eliminate the requirement on schools to provide parents a report on a student's body-mass index. ...
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Keven Anderson of Rogers as chairman of the House Revenue and Taxation Committee.He also named Rep.
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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, said he was not convinced that a grocery tax cut would help lower-income workers.
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Keven Anderson of Rogers, who will chair the House Revenue and Taxation Committee; and Rep.
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Linda Chesterfield, D-Little Rock, Keven Anderson, R-Rogers, Chris Thyer, D-Jonesboro, ...
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Keven Anderson, R-Rogers.
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... Representative Keven Anderson says many northwest lawmakers want to ensure that any new money given to the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department be ...
After two years, funding but no beds for mentally ill in NW ArkPine Bluff Commercial - Pine Bluff, AR... and emergency rooms."The issue hasn't gone away, and it's getting worse," said Rep.Keven Anderson, R-Rogers.


Board of Directors

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Keven Anderson


The Morning News :: News

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Anderson calls himself business conservative

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ROGERS -- Keven Anderson, 35, of Rogers will run for the new state House District 96 seat.He is the third Republican to announce for the seat.
"I consider myself the business conservative's option," Anderson said."I've heard a lot of positive things about the people I'm running against but consider myself to be the candidate with business experience and who can get things done."
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Anderson and his family recently sold Sibley Industries Inc. of Anderson, Mo.The company makes heaters for poultry houses and equipment used for cattle and other livestock operations.Anderson was general manager of the company and is looking for new business-investment opportunities in the Rogers area, he said.
"I have the time to devote to this" if elected state legislator, Anderson said.
Anderson is a 1989 graduate of Drury University in Springfield, Mo., with a degree in business administration, he said.He also is a 1985 graduate of Rogers High School.
Anderson has lived in Rogers since childhood, except for a brief interval while working for a bank after his graduation from Drury, he said.He worked as a loan officer for Boatman's Bank from 1989 to 1992 in Cassville, Mo. Boatman's is now part of Bank of America, which is based in Charlotte, N.C.
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Anderson, his father and a sister acquired Sibley Industries in 1992 and sold the business to CTB Industries of Milford, Ind., in 1998, he said.
Anderson continued as general manager of Sibley, which operated as a subsidiary.He was recruited by CTB for a management position but decided to leave last year rather than move to the company's Indiana headquarters, he said.Management of Sibley was integrated with the rest of CTB.
"I decided that Northwest Arkansas is my home, so I terminated my relationship with CTB," Anderson said.
Anderson and his wife, Lisa, have two children who attend Rogers public schools: Chelsea, 11, and Josh, 8.
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Anderson calls himself business conservative By Doug Thompson The Morning News/NWAonline.net ROGERS -- Keven Anderson, 35, of Rogers will run for the new state House District 96 seat.
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Anderson calls himself business conservative By Doug Thompson The Morning News/NWAonline.net ROGERS -- Keven Anderson, 35, of Rogers will run for the new state House District 96 seat.
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"I consider myself the business conservative's option," Anderson said."I've heard a lot of positive things about the people I'm running against but consider myself to be the candidate with business experience and who can get things done."
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Anderson and his family recently sold Sibley Industries Inc. of Anderson, Mo.The company makes heaters for poultry houses and equipment used for cattle and other livestock operations.Anderson was general manager of the company and is looking for new business-investment opportunities in the Rogers area, he said."I have the time to devote to this" if elected state legislator, Anderson said.Anderson is a 1989 graduate of Drury University in Springfield, Mo., with a degree in business administration, he said.He also is a 1985 graduate of Rogers High School.Anderson has lived in Rogers since childhood, except for a brief interval while working for a bank after his graduation from Drury, he said.He worked as a loan officer for Boatman's Bank from 1989 to 1992 in Cassville, Mo. Boatman's is now part of Bank of America, which is based in Charlotte, N.C. District 96 takes in downtown Rogers and used to be part of District 3, formerly represented by Cecile Bledsoe, R-Rogers.
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Anderson, his father and a sister acquired Sibley Industries in 1992 and sold the business to CTB Industries of Milford, Ind., in 1998, he said.Anderson continued as general manager of Sibley, which operated as a subsidiary.He was recruited by CTB for a management position but decided to leave last year rather than move to the company's Indiana headquarters, he said.Management of Sibley was integrated with the rest of CTB."I decided that Northwest Arkansas is my home, so I terminated my relationship with CTB," Anderson said.Anderson and his wife, Lisa, have two children who attend Rogers public schools: Chelsea, 11, and Josh, 8.


Anderson added to Arvest Bank ...

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Anderson added to Arvest Bank board

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ROGERS - Arvest Bank Rogers has announced Keven Anderson as a new member of its board of directors.
Anderson is part owner and acting general manager of Anderson Electric and Plumbing Supply, with locations in Rogers, Springdale and Harrison and Hollister, Mo. In 2002, he was elected to the Arkansas Legislature, where he is serving his third term as a state representative.
Anderson's career includes experience as a loan officer with what is now Bank of America and as a businessunit manager of Sibley Industries, a division of Chore-Time / Brock manufacturing.He served as chairman of the Revenue and Taxation Committee during the 2007 Arkansas legislative session, where he helped to lead one of the largest tax reductions in Arkansas history.
"I'm very pleased to announce that Keven will be joining our board," said Rob Brothers, president of Arvest Bank Rogers."We welcome the perspectives and experience that new members bring to our board."
A resident of Rogers, Anderson and his wife, Lisa, have two children, Chelsea and Josh.Anderson currently serves as an ex-officio member of the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, and his family attends Peace Lutheran Church in Rogers.

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