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Three Candidates Running For Springdale School Board

Posted: September 7, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Three candidates are seeking election to the Springdale School Board, one of whom is unopposed.

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Springdale School Board Candidates

At-Large Position

Brian Moore

Age: 42. Born: Oct. 26, 1970

Residency: Lifelong resident of Springdale

Family: Wife, Melonie; two children

Employment: Vice president, Engineering Services Inc.

Education: Professional engineering license; bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from University of Arkansas; Springdale High School graduate

Military experience: None

Political experience: None

At-Large Position

Michelle McCaslin Cook

Age: 41. Born: June 14, 1972

Residency: Lifelong resident of Springdale School District, except 1995-1999 when she lived in Houston

Family: Husband, John; three children

Employment: Stay-at-home mom

Education: Elementary special education teaching certification, St. Thomas Alternative Certification Program in Houston; bachelor’s degree in marketing management, University of Arkansas; Springdale High School graduate

Military Experience: None

Political Experience: None

Zone 2

Jeff Williams (unopposed)

Age: 50. Born: Nov. 21, 1962

Residency: Grew up in Springdale, moved away for 15 years after college and moved back in 1999

Family: Wife, Christine; five children

Employment: Chief financial officer, America’s Car-Mart

Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, University of Arkansas; Springdale High School graduate

Military Experience: None

Political Experience: Serving in at-large position on Springdale School Board since 2008

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