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AAC board dedicates Greer Memorial Library Law library named after former association Legal Counsel Jonathan Greer.


than’s family and close friends, where they shared stories about Jonathan and voiced how much Jonathan meant to them. Jonathan’s 4-year-old son, Charlie Gage, helped AAC Execu-


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tive Director Chris Villines unveil the plaque bearing Jonathan’s image that now hangs near the entrance to the Greer Memorial Law Library. Charlie Gage also donated a book, entitled “Guess How Much I Love You,” to the libary. Artist Kyle Braxton Dooley, the 14-year-old grandson of AAC Consultant Eddie Jones and his wife, Phyllis, created an Arkan- sas flag oil painting to hang inside the library. Te painting is based on an Arkansas flag painting that hangs in the state Capi- tol and that Jonathan admired. It contains four additional ele- ments, one painted in each of the corners, that personalize the piece for Jonathan: the AAC logo, the initials JG, a law book and gavel, and a racehorse. Te AAC plans to produce a limited number of prints of the


Arkansas flag painting. Tey will be sold, with all proceeds ben- efiting the Charlie Gage Greer Scholarship Fund.


n Oct. 14, the AAC board of directors dedicated the association’s law library in the memory of former AAC Legal Counsel Jonathan Greer, who passed away in April.


Board members and AAC staff members gathered with Jona-


Top: A plaque bearing Jonathan’s image marks the entrance to the Greer Memorial Law Library at AAC headquarters. Bottom left: Artist Kyle Dooley and his grandparents Phyllis and Eddie Jones pose near the oil painting that Kyle created for the library. Bottom right: AAC Executive Director Chris Villines holds Charlie Gage Greer as he unveils the library plaque. Jonathan’s family and friends look on during the unveiling.


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