Tuscaloosa CU's Tommy Cobb helps unload furniture going to storm-struck family.

As industry fundraising continued to help victims of the April 27 tornadoes which ravaged north Alabama, the $50 million Tuscaloosa Credit Union has extended the relief effort by helping wind up a widely praised “adopt a family” project.

So far, more than 60 families linked up to the Tuscaloosa Public Housing Authority have received financial and property assistance through the CU-led venture led by Tommy Cobb, the president/CEO of Tuscaloosa CU who spent last week helping to move furniture into new homes.

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