Little did John O. Hayter, III know 27 years ago when he and his son, Jay Hayter were laying the sod on newly formed baseball fields for the highly anticipated Shreveport Little League Complex, that his grandson would be playing on these same fields.
A second generation of baseball loving children are learning Americaís favorite pastime on the fields that their fatherís played with the coaches being former Shreveport Little Leaguers coaching their children along with their classmates.
Everyone knows they need a will, but few people truly understand why it is crucial to have one in place. If this basic document is so essential, the question must be asked, why doesn’t everyone have one? Beyond the inherent discomfort of confronting our own mortality, the answer is TIME.
The necessity of creating a will is often ignored due to the frantic pace of our lives and limited free time. Ironically, those of us with the least time to spare are often the most in need of this essential document to protect our families and loved ones. The fact that we each have a finite amount of time before our passing is inescapable. Neglecting to create a will is gambling with the welfare of those we care for the most and creating burdens for them after we are gone.
In an ongoing effort to place the client first, Hayter | Reynolds has begun scheduling appointments at times most convenient for our clients. Whether it is after work or on a weekend, we are committed to helping you find the time to orchestrate your wills, trusts, living wills, and other estate planning needs. Call us and schedule your appointment, because it’s about time.
In an effort to support and promote local artists, Hayter | Reynolds has transformed our offices into a gateway gallery through a program dubbed BiZ-ART. All original artwork displayed is for sale, commission free.
BiZ-ART also includes a free family-oriented event that is hosted within our office, featuring a new local artist every month. Catering by local businesses like Pita Pit, Wooden Spoon and Streetcar Snoballs are frequently present to provide refreshments. During the event, the public is invited to attend the artist's showing and shop for local artwork. To date, over $10k worth of art has been sold by our participating local artists.
During the month of September there will be several acrylic paintings on display by local artist Lauren Ross Simmons, a Louisiana born artist, Shreveport resident.
Lauren admits she is addicted to pop culture, fashion and color. She mixes iconic figures of the past and present with fashions and fabrics of now, painting what she sees from some of the most famous designers runway shows. Gorgeous textiles and "girlie" flowers are combined with edgy pop starts and icons to create true conversation focal points.
Lauren works with acrylics and certain mediums on large canvases to create one of a kind pieces. Her opening reception is set for December 13, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. You can find out more information about what Lauren is up to on daily basis by visiting her Instagram page or Facebook page.
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