University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

ARCHIVE: Extraco Banks Check Presentation

May 9, 2013
Learning Laboratory dedicated to Extraco Banks in the Isabelle Rutherford Meyer Nursing Education Center
Learning Laboratory dedicated to Extraco Banks in the Isabelle Rutherford Meyer Nursing Education Center

Belton, Texas – On Monday, May 13, the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will host Extraco Banks for a check presentation and ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. in the new Isabelle Rutherford Meyer Nursing Education Center on the UMHB campus. The event is free and open to the public.

Extraco Banks representatives Mike Thompson, President & Chief Executive Officer, and Doug Streater, Corporate Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer, will  presenting Brent Davison, UMHB Vice President for Development, with a ceremonial check in the amount of $50,000. This donation was part of last year’s successful challenge grant, which allowed the new nursing center to be constructed debt free. The university will dedicate Learning Lab 201 to Extraco Banks in honor of this generous gift. As part of this ceremony, a plaque will be awarded to Extraco Banks, and a ribbon cutting will be held.

Following the event, the Extraco team will enjoy a guided tour of the Isabelle Rutherford Meyer Nursing Education Center on the UMHB campus.

Extraco is the largest and most comprehensive independent financial institution headquartered in central Texas.   The company conducts business in 17 financial centers throughout central Texas, offering trust, insurance, financial services, mortgage, technology and a wide variety of traditional consumer and commercial banking services.  Extraco Banks has supported UMHB student scholarships for over 20 years through the university’s annual giving programs.  This pledge is Extraco’s largest gift to date.

The 76,100-square-foot Isabelle Rutherford Meyer Nursing Education Center is home to the university’s Scott & White College of Nursing. The center features state-of-the-art simulation laboratories, where students practice clinical nursing skills, and high-tech classrooms designed for best practices in nursing education.

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