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Past Presidents List

Past Presidents of the Arkansas Municipal League

1934/35 - Mayor U.E. Moore of North Little Rock

1936 - Mayor Jim Jordan of Fort Smith

1937 - Mayor R.E. Overman of Little Rock

1938 - City Manager C.C. Mitchener of Marianna

1939 - Mayor H.C. Stump of Stuttgart

1940's

1940 - Mayor A.D. McAllister of Fayetteville

1941 - Mayor J.V. Satterfield of Little Rock

1941 - Mayor Tom Cashion of Eudora

1942 - Mayor H.O. Walker of Newport

1943 - Mayor Chester Holland of Fort Smith

1944 - Alderman Sam Wassell of Little Rock

1945 - Mayor Jim Dandridge of Paris

1946 - Mayor R.C. Bodenhamer of El Dorado

1947 - Mayor Don Harrell of Camden

1948 - Mayor James Hurley of Warren

1949 - Mayor Earl Ricks of Hot Springs

1949 - Mayor George Steed of Pine Bluff

1950's

1950 - Mayor B.R. McCarley of Texarkana

1951 - Mayor Harney Chaney of Batesville

1952 - Mayor Harold Falls of Wynne

1953 - Mayor James T. Horner of Helena

1954 - City Clerk H.C. Graham of Little Rock

1955 - Mayor William L. Ward, Jr., of Marianna

1956 - Mayor H.R. Hestand of Fort Smith

1957 - Mayor H.B. Price of West Memphis

1958 - Mayor Ben Butler of Osceola

1959 - Mayor William F. Laman of North Little Rock

1960's

1960 - Mayor John Harsh of Magnolia

1961 - Commissioner Hugh Brewer of Fort Smith

1962 - Mayor Row Row of Batesville

1963 - Mayor Billy Free of Dumas

1964 - Mayor Allen Ray Toothaker of Van Buren

1965 - Mayor Clyde Andrews of Marianna

1966 - Mayor Vaskell Carter of Crossett

1967 - Mayor John Bueker of Stuttgart

1968 - Mayor C.A. Hughes of Russellville

1968/69 - Mayor Jesse Porter of West Helena

1970's

1970 - Mayor Flynn Chivers of Clarendon

1971 - Mayor Adrian White of Pocahontas

1972 - Mayor Ed Bautts of Rogers

1973 - Mayor Tom Little, Jr., of Blytheville

1974 - Mayor Leslie Carmichael of Searcy

1975 - Mayor Tom Ellsworth of Hot Springs

1976 - Mayor Neil Stallings of Jonesboro

1977 - Mayor Harry Kolb of Magnolia

1978 - Mayor James Jordan of Monticello

1979 - Mayor Charles Moore of Pine Bluff

1980's

1980 - Mayor R.E. "Dick" Prewitt of Osceola

1981 - Mayor Jack Rhodes of Lake Village

1982 - Mayor John Schallhorn of DeWitt

1983 - Mayor Charles Partlow of Paragould

1984 - Mayor Thad Kelly, Jr., of Helena

1984/85 - Mayor Gene Bell of Van Buren

1985/86 - Mayor Dean Boswell, Jr., of Bryant

1986/87 - Mayor Larry Combs of El Dorado

1987/88 - Mayor Jim Shirrell of Batesville

1988 - Mayor Marilyn Johnson of Fayetteville

1989/90 - Mayor Eugene Farrell of Dermot

1990's

1989/90 - Mayor Eugene Farrell of Dermott

1990/91 - Alderman Martin Gipson of North Little Rock

1991/92 - Mayor Bob Teeter of West Helena

1992/93 - Mayor Marvin Vinson of Clarksville

1993/94 - Mayor Bill Scrimshire of Malvern

1994/95 - Mayor Pat Hays of North Little Rock

1995/96 - Mayor Joann Smith of Helena

1996/97 - Mayor Arnold Feller of Mulberry

1997/98 - Mayor Gregg Reep of Warren

1998/99 - Mayor Tommy Swaim of Jacksonville

1999/00 - Alderman Tommy Baker of Osceola

2000's

1999/00 - Alderman Tommy Baker of Osceola

2000/01 - Mayor Harold West of Monticello

2001/02 - Mayor George Overbey, Jr. of Lamar

2002/03 - Mayor Jim Dailey of Little Rock

2003/04 - Mayor Robert Patrick of St. Charles

2004/05 - Mayor Gene Yarbrough of Star City

2005/06 - Mayor Terry Coberly of Bentonville

2006 -  Mayor Stewart Nelson of Morrilton

2007 - Mayor Tab Townsell of Conway

2007/08 - Mayor Mike Gaskill of Paragould

2008/09 - Mayor JoAnne Bush of Lake Village

2009/10 - Vice Mayor Gary Campbell of Fort Smith

2010's

2009/10 - Vice Mayor Gary Campbell of Fort Smith

2010/11 - Alderman Murry Witcher of North Little Rock

2011/12 - Mayor Frank Fogleman of Marion

2012/13 - Mayor Chris Claybaker of Camden

2013/14 - Mayor Jackie Crabtree of Pea Ridge

2014/15 - Mayor Mark Stodola of Little Rock

2015/16 - Mayor Rick Elumbaugh of Batesville


 



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