Job title/position: Chairman, president, CEO

Company: Signature Bank of Arkansas

Number of days you hunt a season? Thirty

Where do you hunt? Cache River

Club name? Two Rivers Duck Club

What kind of gun do you use? Benelli Super Black Eagle Auto

Duck call? I am fortunate that my neighbors make calls for me; Mr. Paul Hollaway at Little Dixie and Duck Master calls from Mr Gordy Oates.

Fields, reservoir or timber? We have all of those.

Rainy, nasty or bluebird sky? Bluebird in the timber. Rain is the next best for us.

Favorite hunting story/memory? Last year I took seven ladies from Signature Bank of Arkansas duck hunting for their first time. My youngest daughter helped me guide them. It was very cold but as the picture shows there were lots of smiles and good time had by all.

What got you into hunting? My father Joe Head.

If you have children do you take them duck hunting? If so what are some of the highlights from these youth hunts? My youngest daughter is a very good shot. She always impresses those who get to see her shoot.

What is your most unusual “must have” in the duck blind? Three pairs of gloves. … I always seem to get two pair wet. … Also extra everything as friends always forget things every time.

Which Arkansas executive calls ducks the best? Mr. Leland Tollett, former chairman of Tyson Foods.

Please include your favorite duck recipe if you have one. From my friend Henry Lee who owns Vino’s in Little Rock: Marinate and grill the duck breasts medium rare then slice thin and put on warm flour tortillas with diced red onion, cilantro, and peanut butter sauce.

If you included a recipe, what makes it especially delicious, in your opinion? The peanut butter sauce is particularly important.

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