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Tyrone Bell
Tyrone Bell – President

Tyrone Bell started Cityview Services in 2008 in Fort Smith, Arkansas with a passion to help people avoid the typical pitfalls of hiring a service company. For over a decade, he has been educating the community and delivering proper cleaning care for high-end residential and commercial clients. Tyrone is an enthusiastic, sociable and hardworking person who is passionate about helping individuals reach their life goals and dreams. He strongly agrees with Zig Ziglar’s famous quote: “You can have everything you want in life if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
Today, Tyrone is a top consultant in the cleaning industry and travels the country, learning how to better his business and the lives of others. The team and systems he developed continue to carry on the mission, creating the gold standard for service companies in the Northwest Arkansas area.
Tyrone learned how to build relationships with clients and enjoys consulting with them to help provide a solution to their needs. In his free time, he enjoys sporting events, drumming, fine dining, snorkelling, attending movies, air traveling, and spending time with his family and friends, especially his two young sons. Tyrone is most proud to lead the Cityview Services community because of the phenomenal and outstanding customer service we provide to our clients.

Jan Bell

Jan Bell – Administrator

Jan was born in the small town of Danville, Arkansas. She moved to Texas at the age of 2, but was raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas. In 1980, she graduated from Northside High School with honors – one year ahead of schedule. Jan has an excellent work ethic and a decorated history of work experience: 9 years in banking, 18 years in manufacturing, and 3 years in office administration, as well as certifications in tax preparation.
Jan has been married to her husband, Mike, for 39 years and has 2 children and 4 grandchildren. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her family. She loves watching football, basketball, tennis, suspense movies, and crime-related shows. Jan has great love for others and enjoys helping those in need. She served on mission teams that led her to Peru and Ecuador. While there, she helped provide important medical care to many less-fortunate people. Jan is a devoted Christian and has actively served in ministry for 30 years with the same congregation. Her desire is to see peace and unity in an unstable, chaotic world.

Mike Bell

Mike Bell – Territory Manager

Mike was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He graduated from Northside High School and is the fifth of seven siblings. Mike enjoys working outdoors, takes pride in restoring things, and loves making them look beautiful. Mike takes pride in his work and gets along well with those he meets. He is friendly and loves to laugh and joke. In his free time, he enjoys working out, cooking, and spending time with his family and wife of 40 years. Mike’s motto is: “What I do, I do it 110%, or I don’t do it.”

Sarah Vendel
Sarah Vendel – Marketing Coordinator

Sarah was born and raised in the River Valley and is a graduate of Mulberry High School. Sarah has an extensive background in office work for healthcare providers and administrative roles. She is mother to two wonderful daughters. Life stays busy for her family with extra-curricular activities for the oldest and an active toddler.

She enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and many different types of crafting. Sarah has volunteered with the children’s program at church for over 20 years and serves in the community as often as possible. Her mission is to raise happy, healthy, and intelligent children who will change the world for the better. Her motto is ‘If you can only be one thing, be kind.”

Matthew Harvey

Matthew Harvey – Operations Coordinator

Matthew was born and raised in Mulberry, and is a graduate of Mulberry High School. He is an avid outdoorsman who loves hiking and camping. Matt is the youngest of 6 children and enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He is a jack-of-all trades and loves to do woodwork and being creative. Matt’s life goal is to be happy, above all else.

Charles Wilson

Charles Wilson – Technician

Charles was born in Ogden, Utah and raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He is a graduate of Northside High School, and has an extensive background in many trades ranging from yard care and small engine repair to restaurant management. An artist by nature, Charles loves photography, drawing, woodworking, and enjoys playing sports of all kinds. He is the proud father of five, and is also a grandfather of many. Charles’ motto is “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you, and always turn your cheek.”

Nicolas Tanner

Nicolas Tanner – Technician

“Nic” was born in the Memphis, Tennessee area and attended Northside High School after moving to Fort Smith for his senior year. He enjoys swimming and playing cards in his free time. Nic and his long-time girlfriend have two German Shepherd dogs and love spending time together. Nic’s motto is “Always do better.”

Steve Fairfield

Steve Fairfield – Technician

Steve was born and raised in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He is a graduate of Northside High School, and has been married to his High School Sweetheart, Gloria, for 45 short years. He was a Plant Manager at two food plants, and a Plant Manager at Window Manufacturing company. Steve enjoys being at the lake with his Wife, children and grandchildren. While there he loves to go skiing and fishing and spending time with his family. Steve is the proud father of 3 boys and 4 grandchildren. Steve’s motto is “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you”.

Tandy McKinney

Tandy McKinney – Customer Service Coordinator

Tandy McKinney is a graduate of Northside High School. He has been married to his wife for 14 years, and they have five beautiful children together. Tandy and his wife like traveling in their spare time, and spending time together as a family.

He is an avid reader and shoe collector, and believes that “If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough.”