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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Fruth Pharmacy has donated $24,000 in scholarships for pharmacy students to Marshall University, the university said.
The gifts consisted of $11,000 to the Marshall University School of Pharmacy and a $13,000 for the Fruth Pharmacy Scholarship.
"We are so grateful for the support of Lynne Fruth and the entire Fruth Pharmacy family," School of Pharmacy dean Kevin Yingling said. "As a West Virginia-based pharmacy, they understand that pharmacy education is essential to ensuring better health outcomes for those in our state and region. The Fruth team has become a very valuable part of our family at Marshall."
Marshall University School of Pharmacy dean Kevin Yingling, left, accepts a gift from Fruth Pharmacy president and chairman Lynne Fruth as Fruth director of pharmacy administration and procurement Tim Weber stands at the right.