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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Redstone Federal Credit Union has presented a total of $21,373.38 to the American Red Cross for its Tsunami/Earthquake Relief Fund. Since January 7, in a partnership with the community, Redstone FCU has been collecting donations from members, volunteers and staffers. “As a result of what happened overseas, we felt this would be the best way for us to help those who’ve been affected by this terrible disaster,” said Redstone FCU Executive Vice President of Communications/Lending Joe Newberry who also serves as vice chairman of the Madison/Marshall County Chapter board of the American Red Cross.

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