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Coventry Healthcare to Present Check to Crowder College in Webb City

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L-R: Karen Eskridge-Latimer, Crowder College Foundation Board/WC Fundraising Committee, Brad Baker, US Bank/WC Fundraising Committee, Cyndi Adamson, Director at Crowder College - Webb City, Brent Hunter, Brad Clothier & Steve Robino – Coventry Healthcare L-R: Karen Eskridge-Latimer, Crowder College Foundation Board/WC Fundraising Committee, Brad Baker, US Bank/WC Fundraising Committee, Cyndi Adamson, Director at Crowder College - Webb City, Brent Hunter, Brad Clothier & Steve Robino – Coventry Healthcare

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Coventry Healthcare to Present Check to Crowder College in Webb City

Webb City, MO – Coventry Healthcare officials made a $10,000 donation to assist with the building campaign at the Webb City location.

“Coventry Health Care values higher education in our community. Our support for this project will provide more opportunities for students to earn degrees that will benefit them for the future. We are pleased to be a part of continuing education through this endeavor,” stated Brad Clothier, Local Market President, Coventry Health Care, an Aetna company.

The expansion project will add a new 22,000 square foot building to the current location and include a 9,000 square foot tornado safe room. Upon completion of the $6M project the Webb City location will house an Occupational Therapy Assistant program as well as Associate degrees.

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Photo:  L-R: Karen Eskridge-Latimer, Crowder College Foundation Board/WC Fundraising Committee, Brad Baker, US Bank/WC Fundraising Committee, Cyndi Adamson, Director at Crowder College - Webb City, Brent Hunter, Brad Clothier & Steve Robino – Coventry Healthcare Representatives, Dr. Jim Cummins, Crowder College VP of Finance and Cindy Branscum, Crowder College Director of Instiutional Advancement.

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