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July 20, 2013

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Angel named development director at UALR

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Andrea (Duc) Angel, former director of development for the Athletics Department at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is the new director of development for the UALR College of Business.

Angel graduated magna cum laude from the College of Business in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She was named the 2003 marketing student of the year and was also a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society.

She was also a three-year captain of the UALR golf team and received a Sun Belt Conference academic award in 2002.

In her former position, she worked toward the long-term financial support of the university’s athletic programs. Angel oversaw all major gifts as well as the annual fund for the Trojan Athletic Foundation (TAF), and worked closely with the TAF’s board of directors.

She was also responsible for oversight of the annual SpectacUALR event, raising an average of $190,000 per year to support UALR’s student-athletes.

Before coming to UALR, Angel previously worked as the outside sales representative for Southern Coating and Nameplate Inc. and as a manager with Vector Marketing Corporation.

Angel and her family reside in Little Rock.

She is a 1999 graduate of Daleville High School and was salutatorian, class president, and an All-State golfer. She is the daughter of Larry Duc and Joan Susko of Anderson.

Specialist joins St.Vincent Medical Group Practice

ANDERSON — Paul D. Warrick, M.D., a board certified specialist in otolaryngology, has joined the St. Vincent Medical Group with Drs. Ronald Blevins, James Milligan and Scott Swim. The doctors are specialists in treating disorders of the ear, nose and throat. Their Anderson practice is located in Holy Cross Medical Arts, 2101 Jackson St., Suite 115. He also is seeing patients at St. Vincent Mercy Hospital and St. Vincent Fishers.

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