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The $46 million Secure First Credit Union of Birmingham, Ala., which lost part of its roof and the upper floor of its main office in a rare January twister, will celebrate the building re-opening in a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 19.

Secure First’s president/CEO, Jordan Sullivan, expressed special gratitude to his staff for continuing to operate in the facility during reconstruction and to the $1.2 billion Pen Air FCU of Pensacola, Fla. which donated a mobile trailer, still in use in front of Secure’s once-damaged main office.

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