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FAB&T partners with Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency (ARORA) to help save lives!


March 2016: FAB&T is pleased to join with the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency (ARORA) to help save lives. The Workplace Partnership for Life unites ARORA with FAB&T to encourage bank employees to register as organ, tissue and eye donors. ARORA's mission is to recover life-saving and life-enhancing organs and tissue for transplantation. In making the announcement, FAB&T Chairman, President and CEO, Larry T. Wilson stated, "We are pleased to announce this partnership with ARORA to encourage our team mates and associates to learn about, and register, for organ donation. This is a big deal because there are people every day who are in desperate need of organ transplants, and, every day there are people who would be capable of meeting those needs, but have not yet registered to be a donor. Our hope is that the FAB&T family will rise up to see the value of organ, tissue and eye donation, and will consider giving a new life (or new quality of life) to someone in need."

Currently, there are nearly 130,000 Americans on a waiting list for a vital organ, and another person is added to that list every 16 minutes. Sadly, about 21 patients will die each day while waiting for an organ.

For more information about ARORA, visit www.arora.org. To learn more about organ donation, or to register to become a donor, please visit www.donatelifearkansas.org.




Tammy Tompkins named Manager of FAB&T Home Mortgage Solutions


Tammy Tompkins has been hired as Manager of the FAB&T Home Mortgage area. Tammy brings years of experience in various aspects of the local housing market and current trends in customers needs to the mortgage business. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a degree in Marketing.

After graduation, Tammy worked in commercial property management in the New Orleans and Dallas markets. Since moving back to Arkansas in 2003, she has been actively involved in real estate sales, construction, home building, and developing. She has been recognized as an Executive Real Estate Broker and a consistent Top Level Producing Realtor by the North Pulaski Board of Realtors. She has also been recognized by Arkansas Business as a Top Producing Realtor. She was in the Top 50 in the state of Arkansas for production in 2011, and the Top 25 in the state for Team Production in 2014. Her many contacts, network connections, and reputation for integrity bring strong relationships to her new role in the mortgage industry.

Tammy has been married for 34 years to Tommy Tompkins, and they are both natives of Jacksonville, Arkansas. She is the mother of three children and two grandchildren. Tammy is actively involved in community service and sits on the boards of several local volunteer organizations.