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Our records team consists of many, many players in various communities throughout the state.
Ken Baim, an attorney and businessman, works tirelessly, to provide Arkansas Records Management with resources needed to grow, thrive, and provide continuing and new services. With degrees from The University of Arkansas and The University of Michigan, Ken understands the concept of “rolling up our sleeves and working”, like no one else.
Luke Johnson leads our imaging team. Luke possesses a plethora of skills, including a degree in diesel mechanics. He has completed the Digitech Systems, Inc. Capture Training School, PaperVision Enterprise Certification School. Luke has extensive experience with PaperVision Enterprise and Image Silo. For fun, Luke enjoys playing guitar and riding his mountain bike.
Kathy Gruber leads the Arkansas Records Management operations. Kathy is the sales representative for the business. Kathy establishes, develops and maintains business relationships with current and prospective customers. Kathy also manages the office and has administrative responsibilities.
Kathy is originally from the ST. Louis MO area. She moved to Arkansas from Marco Island FL after 25 years in that location. Kathy is a leader within the office and outside of the workplace.
Our trade organization, ARMA International, provides experts in all facets of records management. Records retention, workflow, compliance, and lifecycle are just a sampling of what’s involved in records management, and The Association of Records Managers and Administrators created and maintains the standard for this worldwide industry.
David Reagler anchors the team, and coordinates the various players. David’s drive and personality is evident in his personal and professional life. Arkansas Records Management has grown and thrived from day one. David is the proud husband of Karen, and father of Tillie, Louis, Hannah, and Miriam, two sets of twins 19 months apart. Over the years, fun for David has enjoyed Ironman triathlons in Hawaii as well as hundred mile trail runs in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas.