Diana Abarca is new to Coffee Family Dental, started in August 2017, and is currently in training to be a Registered Dental Assistant. She was born in Mexico but was raised here in Hope, graduated in 2012 from Hope High School. In her spare time she enjoys playing with her 6 month old daughter Kolbi.
Carrie has been working with Dr. Coffee as a Registered Dental Assistant since 2003, presently working as a treatment coordinator, office manager, and front desk receptionist. She loves the ability to help and interact with patients and guide them through the treatment process. In her spare time she enjoys a passion for photography, and spending time with husband Jimmy, and kids, Ashlyn and Austin.
Cara has been a full time Registered Dental Hygienist at Coffee Family Dental since the summer of 2011. She graduated with high honors with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene from UAMS in May of 2011. Cara grew up locally in the Hope area and graduated from Spring Hill School. She and her husband, Josh, are expecting their first child in a few months.
Holli Morrow has been a Registered Dental Assistant at Coffee Family Dental since 2011. She is married to Joseph Morrow and lives in McCaskill. In her spare time she loves spending time with her daughter, Maci, and is expecting her second child in March.
Karen has 12 years of dental experience, and has been with Coffee Family Dental for a year, she is currently are front desk receptionist, insurance coordinator and does all our hygiene scheduling. She is married to John Duckett and have two sons. In her spare time she enjoys bike riding and traveling.
Kim Bearden is a Registered Dental Hygienist at Coffee Family Dental. Kim has worked with Dr Coffee since 2003. Although she was raised in Nashville, Arkansas, and she still considers herself a scrapper, Kim Moved to Hope in 2006 with her husband, Matt Bearden. Kim graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene, in 2001. She is an active member of the American Dental Hygiene Association and the Arkansas State Dental Hygiene Association. She has served as a trustee on the board for the ASDHA, and recently participated with the Arkansas Mission of Mercy as Dental Hygiene Captain. Kim also volunteers twice a month at the charitable Christian Clinic as a pharmacy technician. When she is not working or volunteering, Kim love’s spending time in the outdoors. She and her husband enjoy fly fishing, hiking, kayaking and camping.