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April 30, 2014

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April 29th

Mark Bradley

April 29, 2014

Mark Bradley, 51, of Mayflower earned his angel’s wings on April 27, 2014, the day a tornado ripped through his home, taking his life and the lives of so many others.
He was born Jan. 26, 1963, to Dorothy Sue Johnson and the late Mackey Gene Bradley.
Preceding him in death were his dad; his maternal grandparents, W.B. and Verna Johnson; his paternal grandmother, Louise (Bell) Bradley; and his brother, Justin Spears.

In aftermath of tornado destruction, beware of fly-by-night contractors

April 29, 2014

April 29, 2014 – The Home Builders Association of Greater Little Rock warns Arkansans of the threat of Fly-By-Night Contractors. Following disasters such as tornadoes, one of the untold costs are those associated with fraud. Often “fly-by-night” contractors appear in communities right after a disaster and further victimize the homeowners by swindling them out of their limited resources by offering cheap and quick repair work. Here’s a warning that may save you from another disaster: fly-by-night contractors.

Signs that a contractor could be trying to take advantage of you:

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