VanCamp selected Outstanding Staff at PCCUA
Posted Date: 8/17/23

VanCamp selected Outstanding Staff at PCCUA

In his 17th year of service at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA), Randy VanCamp, of DeWitt, is dedicated to seeing that the DeWitt campus is running smoothly and is always ahead of the game in terms of the upkeep of the entire campus.

His hard work and dedication have earned VanCamp selection as this year’s Outstanding Staff at PCCUA. In addition, he will receive special recognition by Arkansas Community Colleges during its annual meeting this fall.

VanCamp joined PCCUA in 2005. As Maintenance Supervisor in DeWitt, he is always willing to help anyone, whether it be a student or an employee. He is known for keeping fellow employees laughing, as he focuses on keeping things operational and presentable in his day-to-day work. 

His co-workers in DeWitt praise him for always being ready and willing to help with any problem that arises for students and/or faculty/staff, adding that he goes above and beyond to help with any need from maintenance to IT.

VanCamp attended the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where he studied biomedical engineering and received an Associate of Applied Sciences degree.  He is married to Christi VanCamp, and they have two children, Darby and Dayne.

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