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ASUB Receives Foundation Donation from ARcare and Pruitt Insurance Agency


On Aug. 2, ARcare and Pruitt Insurance Agency partnered to present a $5,000 donation to the ASU-Beebe Opportunity Fund to assist with employee development and opportunities. Pictured, from left: Faith Earl, Horizon Hall manager; Dewitt Yingling, branch manager of First Community Bank; Joseph Scott, director of allied health; Zackery Tucker, dean of students; Jamie Mobley, senior vice president of marketing for ARcare; Frank N. Taylor II, assistant manager of the Student Center; Dr. Jennifer Methvin, ASU-Beebe Chancellor; Chad Duncheon, business instructor; Stephen Finley, vice president of Pruitt Agency; Janet Liles, director of pharmacy technology; Andrea Cole, development officer/major gifts; and Charlotte Hall, facilities/events specialist.


ASU-Beebe received a $5000 donation to the ASU Foundation from ARcare and Pruitt Insurance Agency in August.

Jamie Mobley, senior vice president of marketing for ARcare, said ARcare and Pruitt Insurance Agency partnered together to present the donation to ASU-Beebe for customer service provided at the June 11 ARcare Employee Summit, which was held on the ASU-Beebe campus. Approximately, 600 ARcare employees attended the event.

“We host several employee events across our footprint each year and the level of professionalism and service provided by ASU-Beebe exceeded our expectations,” Mobley said.


Stephen Finley, vice president of Pruitt Insurance Agency, said “We’re proud to be associated with this great cause.”

Dr. Jennifer Methvin, ASU-Beebe Chancellor, said the donation will benefit employees through the Opportunity Fund.

“We are so grateful to ARcare and Pruitt Insurance for this generous donation. Our employees create opportunities for our students and community partners every day. The Opportunity Fund will allow us to support our employees through opportunities that contribute to their professional growth and well-being,” Methvin said.


For more than 40 years, ARcare has delivered committed, trustworthy and compassionate health care to 75 clinics throughout the tri-state service area of Arkansas, Mississippi and Kentucky.

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