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Employment History

First National Bank of North Arkansas

First National Bank of Berryville

Arkansas Bankers Association

Web References (6 Total References)

First National Bank of North Arkansas Board of Directors

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Wayne Clark, Chairman

First National Bank of North Arkansas Board of Directors

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Wayne Clark, Chairman

The History of First National Bank of North Arkansas

www.fnbberryville.com [cached]

1994 Wayne Clark, Chairman and CEO elected President of the Arkansas Bankers Association.

Draft Clark 2004 - News Articles

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FAYETTEVILLE -- Wayne Clark, a retired banker from Berryville, said he is "on call" to help campaign should his first cousin, retired Army Gen.

Isaac Asbury Clarke

www.josephinesjournal.com [cached]

This article was submitted by Vinnie Ream (West) Freeman and Wayne Clark."

Most of his letters have been saved, and at the time The Morning News article was written, Clarke's great-granddaughter, Janet West Clark and husband, Wayne Clark, were in the process of transcribing all these papers.
"Actually, Wayne Clark is undertaking the project, and his last name doesn't end with an "e".
Wayne Clark, a semi-retired banker, has been transcribing Clarke's diaries and letters for some time. He says he doesn't know how long it will take him to complete the project. A Tulsa woman found one of the diaries in a flea market. She sent to the Carroll County Historical Society which has published some of Clarke's correspondence.

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