Arvest promotes Landrith
to VP community bank lender
Arvest Bank has promoted Evelyn Landrith to community bank lender vice president in the Hot Springs area. Landrith previously was a branch sales coordinator for Arvest. In her new role, she will assist customers with lending needs.
"Evelyn is a great asset for our customers and this new role will allow her to better share her knowledge and expertise with our associates as they work together to serve our customers," said Don Gooch, community bank president of Arvest Bank in southwest Arkansas. "We look forward to the continuing success she will be part of in Hot Springs."
Landrith has more than 25 years of experience in the banking industry. She is involved in the community serving with Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society and the Hot Spring National Park Rotary Club.
Right at Home announces
2019 Caregiver of the Year
Right at Home of Central Arkansas has named Dave Johnston of Hot Springs Village as the 2019 Caregiver of the Year.
Johnston's background includes a successful career in Civil Service. He served in Texas, Iowa, Missouri and Arkansas. Before starting with Right at Home, he was the general manager for the Hot Springs Village POA for 15 years.
Johnston is the husband of Linda and the father of three grown children. In his spare time, Johnston is involved with his church, enjoys playing the piano and playing tennis.
He started working with Right at Home in June 2015. "He has proved to be an invaluable part of our team," a news release said. "Dave is a 'salt of the earth' type of guy. Very reliable, dependable and trustworthy in every way. His clients love him and ask for him by name. Dave has worked for us in many capacities and is a favorite among our staff. He has a great work ethic."
Johnston "has a huge impact on all of his clients." This past year he had one client whom he helped through the entire moving process as she needed to get closer to family. He helped her with finances, selling her home, buying a new vehicle and caring for her needs during the process.
"I could never have done it without Dave. I will forever be indebted to him," she said.
"Dave is a team player. He has a great personality and has worked on many 24/7 cases where he interacted with other caregivers. He has a selfless attitude and always thinks the best of others. He never turns down a shift if he can possibly take it. He is our 'go to' caregiver! He has a curious and interested mind. He loves to learn new things and is always seeking to improve himself to be an even better caregiver. He is a great example to all our other caregivers!
"Congratulations Dave for this well-deserved honor," the release said.Business on 03/04/2019
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