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James E. Hathaway Jr

Hathaway Group

Big Jim or The Big Kahuna moved with his wife and three young sons to Little Rock in 1965. He made a “coin flip” decision to join Rector-Phillips-Morse as a real estate broker, launching a career that would last through his retirement in 2019 after 54 years of providing superior commercial real estate service to a long list of satisfied clients. Along his path he founded a company that has included three generations of Hathaways and reached levels of achievement beyond his dreams.


Notable transactions in which Jim played a key role:

  • Assemblage of 160 acres for Koger Office Park (now Westlake Corporate Park)

  • Sale of 157 acres for a new North Little Rock campus of Baptist Hospital

  • Assemblage of 100 acres that would become Shackleford Crossing

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Jimmy Moses

Moses Tucker Partners

Jimmy comes from a family with a long history in Little Rock. His great-grandfather, Herman Kahn, was involved in real estate in the early 20th century and among other things developed the Marion Hotel. His grandfather Cleveland Moses started Moses Melody Shop in 1917 on Little Rock’s Main Street and provided Jimmy with his first real job as a teenager in the early 1960s. Having been around and worked in a family-owned business, it isn’t surprising that he carried on that tradition. Jimmy Moses founded Moses Tucker Real Estate in 1984 and serves as Moses Tucker partners Co-Chairman of the Board, working along with his son, Chris. 


Jimmy’s first business passion is the ongoing redevelopment of downtown Little Rock. He always wanted Arkansas and Little Rock to be great places to live. His way of trying to make a difference here has been to recreate a vibrant and exciting downtown, not unlike the downtown he remembers as a kid growing up in the 1950-60s.

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Dickson Flake

Colliers | Arkansas

Dickson Flake began his career in commercial real estate in 1965. In 1971, he co-founded Barnes, Quinn, Flake & Anderson, Inc. (now Colliers | Arkansas) and was a managing partner and shareholder until 2002. He continued to work as an advisor and consultant with the firm until his death. Over the course of his 55-year career, Dickson played a role in several of Little Rock’s major developments including the 30-story Regions tower, Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield’s downtown Little Rock headquarters, USAble Corporate Center, Breckenridge Village, the Arkansas Department of Human Services downtown Little Rock headquarters, and Alltel Arena (now Simmons Bank Arena). Among his long list of professional accomplishments, he was named the Arkansas Real Estate Association Realtor of the Year in 1971, was invited in 1974 to membership in the exclusive, 1,000-member American Society of Real Estate Counselors – the youngest person to be invited at that time – and was awarded the Clinton B. Snyder trophy from the Marketing Institute of the National Association of Realtors in 1982 for a complex exchange transaction involving a series of four parcels of land, 13 deeds and 10 parties. He was inducted into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame in 2011 and was honored by Little Rock Rotary Club 99 as the 2020 Business & Professional Leader of the Year.

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