2 businesses honored with ribbon cuttings

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
A ribbon cutting was held recently for Stumpff’s Realty & Auction Service, Inc. Contributed photo

The Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce welcomed two new business members recently with ribbon cuttings — Stumpff’s Realty & Auction Service, Inc. and Phoenix Home Care & Hospice.

The Stumpff family have been residents of Barry County for over 100 years. Donnie Stumpff, broker and auctioneer, provides a full line of realty and auction services throughout Missouri and Arkansas, specializing in real estate auctions. Stumpff has been recognized as State Auctioneer Champion in both Missouri and Arkansas.

Stumpff and his staff are prepared to help make auction needs simple and profitable. Stumpff Realty & Auction Service can be contacted at 417-847-2507 or www.stumpffauction.com.

A ribbon cutting was held recently for Phoenix Home Care & Hospice. Contributed photo

Brandi Crane is the public relations manager for Phoenix Home Care & Hospice. Headquartered out of Springfield, Phoenix provides compassionate in-home and facility care throughout Missouri and other states. They provide healthcare and other services for families in need of services from new-born baby to end of life care. Contact Phoenix at 417-881-7442 or visit their website www.phoenixhomehc.com.

Attending the ribbon cutting were: Twilia Harrison, Shell Knob Chamber; Kelly Rickard, Area 71; Clyde Lobb, Chamber Associate; Gary Youngblood, Barry County Presiding Commissioner; Roger Krienen, Table Rock Auto; Brandi Crane, Phoenix Home Care & Hospice; Andy Miller, Table Rock Boats; Alani Lantz, Arvest Bank; Shari & Randy Gale, Lunker Landing Resort; Jack & Elaine Sanders; Bill Wright, Keller Williams Realty; Donnie & Teresa Stumpff, Stumpff’s Realty & Auction Service, Inc.; Rusty Freeman, Freedom Bank; and Judy Reynolds, Turkey Mountain Airport.

The Shell Knob Chamber welcomes these new business members and thanks them for their service to our community and commitment to Shell Knob’s success.