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ABC EMPLOYEE OF THE WEEK - MARY ROBIN CASTEEL

MARY ROBIN CASTEEL (at work)


MARY ROBIN CASTEEL (at home)







































Mary is 36 years old and has worked at the ABC since January 2013 and is one of the two staff attorney's.


Before joining the gang at ABC, Mary was the staff attorney at the Arkansas Municipal League for about 8 months (June 2012 - January 2013) and was one of the many attorneys foreclosing homes of poor Arkansans at Wilson & Associates, for almost 8 years (August 2004 - June 2012). 

Mary hails from Pine Bluff (also know as Crime Bluff) where her father is one of the big dogs with Simmons First National Bank.

Mary recently purchased a pricey east side condo ($329,000.00) at the Rivermarket Tower in downtown Little Rock. Not too shabby for a state employee with an annual salary of $67,296.74. The last condo Mary purchased in 2010 cost $173,000.  Mary's movin' on up!  CLICK TO LISTEN TO MOVIN' ON UP

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Mary is quite the socialite.  You can often find her picture in Little Rock SoirĂ©e, 
attending a Young Democrat, Quapaw Quarter Association or other hoity toity event.


Mary likes dogs...



walking on the beach...



and tweeting.




Some of Mary's favorite restaurants are Little Rock Pasta Company, Dizzy's Gypsy Bistro, Samantha's Tap Room & Grill, Damgoode Pies, Piro Brick Oven & Barroom and Lulav modern Eatery.




Little know facts about Mary:

Mary likes Lucky Charms cereal.

Mary like Tim Tebow.

Mary has served as the acting director of ABC.





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