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William Stacey Gillison’s family originally settled in the Delta in the 1840’s.
Stacey is a member and former Elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Village, AR. Stacey is married to Linda Gillison and has three children William Scott, Jack Bowen, and Catherine Elizabeth. Stacey is a graduate of University of Arkansas with a degree in Agricultural Business.

Upon graduation Stacey established a production farming operation in Chicot County. In 1990 Stacey accepted an offer from Farm Credit Services (one of the largest US Agriculture Lending Organizations) and worked for 5 years as Branch Manager where his responsibilities were loan origination and service for a diverse portfolio including, cattle, timber, poultry, row crop, and catfish operations.

In 1995 he resigned and accepted an offer from Capital Agricultural Property Services (a wholly owned subsidiary of Prudential) as a Farm Manager/Broker/Consultant in the Greenville MS office. After ten years of service he resigned and accepted an offer from Agriworld, Inc in 2005 as President/Farm Manager/Principle Broker/Consultant. Since joining Agriworld in 2005 the company has grown by over 158% in total acres managed.

Professional accreditation/license includes an AFM (Accredited Farm Manager) designation with American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraiser www.asfmra.org and a licensed real estate Broker in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

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Jennifer Hicks is the Office Administrator/Account Specialist for Agriworld, Inc.
She began working for Agriworld on March 1, 2014. Her previous experience has been as Office Manager/Legal Secretary for the last twenty-four years where she started working right out of high school for a local attorney in Lake Village, Arkansas. She is currently living in Lake Village, Arkansas with her husband, Patrick, their children, and is a member of the Lakeside United Methodist Church in Lake Village, Arkansas.

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Neal Galloway lives in Stuttgart, Arkansas. He grew up working on the family farm north of Stuttgart.
After graduating from Stuttgart High School, he attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, where he lettered as a Razorback football player. He was also a member of the Pi Kappa Fraternity. In 1983, he graduated with a degree in Agri-business.

After college Neal returned home to farm. Along with his dad, they grew rice, soybeans and wheat. When his father retired in 1990, Neal took over running the family business and began a farming corporation. During the next 25 years, three additional farms were rented which doubled the tillable acreage.  In 2014 Neal decided he wanted to go into farm management.  He obtained his Farm Management Accreditation from the American Society of Farm Manger and Rural Appraisers. He began working at Agriworld in August 2016.

Neal is married to Donna who is an Assistant Attorney General for the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit at the Attorney General’s Office in Little Rock. They have three daughters: Rachael Goodwin (David); Rebecca Ellington (Jack) and Robin. Neal and Donna are active members of St. John’s Lutheran Church where both of their families were among the original group that started the church in the late 1800’s.

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Drew Burton lives in Belzoni, Mississippi with his wife Lindsay and two daughters Caroline, and Sellars. They are members of the First Presbyterian Church of Belzoni.
Not long after earning his Eagle Scout, Drew graduated from Indianola Academy in 2004. He then went on to Mississippi State University where he was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and earned a degree in Management of Construction and Land Development with a minor in real estate.

After graduation in 2008 Drew came home to the family farm with his Dad and his brother, an operation that is still going strong today. They grow corn, cotton, soybeans, and rice. After being active in real estate, Drew got the opportunity to go to work for Agriworld and had the opportunity to pursue a career not only within the Real Estate Sales market but in Professional Farm Management as well. An area of expertise that he feels has gained more critical significance from Farm Ownership families as generational transfers have and continue to occur and Farm Programs become more complex.

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