DEDICATED TO OUR COMMUNITY
Brian Hester grew up in Green Forest, Arkansas and is a life-long Arkansan. He learned the value of hard work, public service and investing in other's success, from his parents, Russell and Joyce Hester, who were educators.
Brian attended the University of Arkansas before beginning a career in property appraisal in 2001. He opened his own appraisal business in 2007. Today, Brian is a member of the Arkansas Realtors Association and the National Association of Realtors (NAR). He serves as a board member on the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, where he fought for lower licensure and renewal fees.
Brian and his wife Kendra, have been married for 21 years and have two children, Asher age 16, and Kadyn age 15. Both attend Farmington Schools. Brian has been active in the Farmington Youth Sports league where he coached pee wee basketball. The family belongs to Farmington First Baptist Church.
Life Long Arkansan
Brian is a life long Arkansan, with deep roots in the 85th district, graduating from Green Forest High School and attending University of Arkansas. Brian started his own business, Hester Appraisals, in 2007.
Husband and Father
Brian and his wife, Kendra Kay, live in Fayetteville with their daughter Kayden and son Asher, who attend school in Farmington. The family attends Farmington First Baptist Church.
The son of educators, Brian understands the value good teachers and good schools add to our community. He will support pay raises for teachers and he will work to reduce education mandates which bury our teachers in paperwork.
Fighting for Taxpayers
As a small business man with a family of four, Brian is no stranger to hard work and tight budgets. Brian is committed to letting you keep more of your hard earned money in your pocket to spend it your family's priorities.
Improve Access to Health care
Health care for a family of four is expensive. Brian understands how ever rising health care cost are pinching family budgets. He is dedicated to expanding access to health care, easing regulatory obstacles to care, and embracing innovative uses of technology.