Allan Loring - Mayor

Allan C. Loring was born in Little Rock, Ar. He attended Wrightsville Elem. And Sweet Home Jr and Senior High School. He attended Pulaski Vo-Tech College in North Little Rock, Ar., where he studied business and accounting. He was employed with the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Dept. (now ADOT), where he was the first African American Sign Shop Supervisor and retired with 28+ years of service. He has served on the city council of Wrightsville for over 30 years, and being instrumental along with the Councilmembers at that time in bring the city’s sewer system to the citizens of Wrightsville. He served on the Second Class Cities Advisory Council for over 25 years. He was appointed to the office of the Vice- President of District 2 for 2019-2020 of the Arkansas Municipal League. He now serves on the Arkansas Municipal League Executive Committee. He is married to Gussie Loring (for 51 years) and has 2 children (Carol and Alton). When he is not entertaining his grand and great grandchildren, you will find him working in the yard and the garden. He is the owner and operator of “Elite Bartenders and Services” service. He attends and worship at First Baptist Church of Higgins in Higgins AR.One of his most common quotes – Our greatest glory is not never falling, but in rising every time we fall. One of his favorite verse — Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.

   

Council Member - Ward 1

Bobby Hall - Aldermen/Council Member - Ward 1 position 1

Born on September 12 1957 to the late Eddie and Cleo Hall. Graduate of Mills High School and current member of Harris Temple Church, where he serves as a deacon of the church. Aldermen Hall is the father of three who all were raised in Wrightsville. He has served as a firefighter and is a well known pillar of the community. This is Aldermen Hall's second stint as Aldermen for the City of Wrightsville.  When asked what is the best part of being an officer for the City of Wrightsville, his response is:

"Being part of a body that helps develop policies and strategies to improve our city........"

  

 

Linda Fulton - Aldermen/Council Member - Ward 1 position 2

Is a native of Little Rock and moved to the City of Wrightsville in 1977.  She has been married for 43 years,and is a proud mother of 4 adult children, and grandmother of 12. She has worked as a Pharmacy Technician for Kroger Pharmacy for 28 years. Aldermen Fulton has been on the Wrightsville City Council since 2013 and when asked what is the best part of being an officer for the City of Wrightsville, her response is:

"I find it a very rewarding experience, and hope to help our citizens in anyway I can"

 

Council Member - Ward 2

Tena Brooks - Aldermen/Council Member - Ward 2 position 1

Aldermen Brooks is the daughter of Mille Brooks (Central Arkansas Library in Wrightsville).  She was recently re-elected for a 3rd term as aldermen.  She is a Quality Assurance Coordinator for Hospice Home Care and proud mother of one.  When asked about the impact she wanted to make as a aldermen with the city, her response is:

"I would like to see growth in our community for future generations.  Our children are in need for more activities and educational resources and my goal is to use this position to affect those types of change"

 

 

Renita Wilbon - Aldermen/Council Member - Ward 2 position 2

She has been a resident of Wrightsville for over 50 years, and is the proud mother of 3 grown children and grandmother to 3.  She is a retired educator serving mainly in the Little Rock and Pulaski County Special School district and is a member of Beebe Chapel Methodist Church. When asked what is her reason for wanting to serve the citizens as an Aldermen, her response is:

" After serving 36 years as an educator and recently retired, l felt it was only fitting to put that same effort, hard work, and dedication back into my great community of Wrightsville."
 

 

Council Member - Ward 3

Walter Daugherty - Aldermen/Council Member - Ward 3 positon1

Aldermen Daugherty is a retired City of Little Rock employee of 35 years.  He is the father of 4, grandfather of 5, and is the pastor of Gospel Temple Baptist Church.  He is the newest elected Aldermen for the city, winning this past October's election by majority vote.  When asked what concerns him about the challenge of being a Aldermen and Council member of the City of Wrightsville his response is:

"Whatever challenges we face, we will work thru them.  The city is a great place.... filled with great people, and I look forward to the opportunity to work with all of them"

 

Sherrie Phillips - Aldermen/Council Member - Ward 3 position2            

Sherrie Phillips is the most recently elected aldermen for Ward 3.  Aldermen Phillips is looking forward to working with the city and it's various departments to make Wrightsville the best it can possibly be. 

When asked what is the best part of being a officer for the City, his response is:

"Working for and with the people of your community gives you a real sense of accomplishment and pride.  Coming together for the betterment of our community is a honor and a gift that I will always treasure: