Gulley tabbed for MLK Commission

By submitted, 05/10/19 2:08 PM

PRESCOTT – Patrick Gulley was sworn in as the newest member of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.

He was surrounded by family and friends at the Nevada County Courthouse where Circuit Judge Duncan Culpepper did the swearing in.

Pastor Gulley is the pastor of Agape United Church in Rosston, Arkansas.  He is married to Keosha Gulley and has one daughter Kaysha Williams. Commissioner Gulley lives in Willisville, a town in Nevada County.

“I am excited that Pastor Gulley will be coming aboard as a Commissioner.  His qualifications are well suited to serve the Commission.  He brings to the Commission years of excellent service, enthusiasm and kind manner. I feel as though I’ve known him for a lifetime. We believe he represents the finest of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s values,” said DuShun Scarbrough, Executive Director of the Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.

Commissioner Gulley will represent the Commission in the fourth Congressional District.