Dean Kevin Yingling, R.Ph, M.D., said the relationship with Fruth Pharmacy is fundamental to the growth of the school.
“We are grateful for the unwavering support from the Fruth Pharmacy family,” Yingling said. “Lynne Fruth and her team understand the importance of educating the pharmacists of tomorrow and they have become valued advisors to all of us at the Marshall School of Pharmacy.”
Fruth said the company has a robust history of providing help to many students.
“Fruth Pharmacy has long partnered with Marshall to provide scholarships for Fruth employees and other deserving students,” she said. “Specifically helping the Marshall School of Pharmacy is a natural partnership for us. Fruth Pharmacy is committed to assisting in the development of the next generation of pharmacists that will be serving the rural communities of West Virginia and Ohio.”
Recipients of the Fruth Pharmacy Scholarship for the School of Pharmacy will be from Mason, Cabell, Kanawha, Putnam, Wayne, Roane, Jackson and Wood counties in West Virginia or Gallia, Jackson, Meigs, Lawrence, Athens, Washington and Pike counties in Ohio and have an interest in community pharmacy.
Photo: Dr. Kevin Yingling, dean of the School of Pharmacy, seated at right, accepts a gift from Lynne Fruth, president and chairman of the board with Fruth Pharmacy, also seated. Standing are, left, Craig Kimble, Pharm. D., Director of Pharmacy and Clinical Services for Fruth, and Robert Stanton, M.B.A., Pharm.D., Director of Experiential Learning, Marshall School of Pharmacy.