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Arvest Bank names Hall to advisory board

by Mark Gregory | October 12, 2020 at 4:00 a.m.

Arvest Bank in Southwest Arkansas announced the appointment of a new board member, Dr. Adam Hall, to its Southwest Arkansas advisory board.

Hall officially joined the advisory board on Feb. 21.

Hall is the owner and head orthodontist at Hall and Koppel Orthodontics in Hot Springs. He is a board-eligible orthodontic candidate through the American Board of Orthodontics. He is an active member in the American Association of Orthodontists, the American Dental Association, the Southwestern Society of Orthodontists, the Arkansas Association of Orthodontists, and the Garland County Dental Society, a news release said.

"I am honored to join the advisory board for Arvest Bank in Southwest Arkansas for several reasons, but primarily because of the values Arvest holds highest: service to others and the betterment of their community," Hall said in the release. "In the office, nothing pleases me more than to see a patient's face after the braces are removed and their new smile is revealed. I know that serving my community on this advisory board will be just as rewarding of an experience."

Hall was born and raised in Hot Springs Village, where he graduated from Jefferson High School. He then earned a Bachelor's in Biology from Harding University in Searcy and continued on to earn his Doctorate of Dentistry from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry. He then received his certificate to practice orthodontics from Louisiana State University and returned to Arkansas with his wife in 2008.

"Dr. Hall brings a wealth of experience and community involvement to our board," Franklin Bass, community bank president for Hot Springs and Hot Springs Village, said in the release. "Dr. Hall is well-known in our community as an outstanding orthodontist and neighbor. We are thrilled to watch this organization grow with his ideas thrown in the mix."

Hall said his biggest blessing is his family, and he enjoys spending time with his wife, Kimberly, and three children, Adalie, James and Aubrey. He also enjoys hunting, golf, church league softball, fantasy football and the St. Louis Cardinals. Hall and his family are active members of National Park Church.


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