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Old 04-28-2011, 01:07 PM   #1
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Tornadoes in Alabama

With all the news of Alabama and a lot of the south, got me to thinking if all the wonderful folks at Tiffin Motorhomes in Red Bay, and if they had been affected by the tornadoes.
I sent Stephanie an email this morning just to ask that exact thing.She wrote back and said they had not been in the direct path but had friends around the state that had.
Guess my post is just to say we are thinking of them and offering them our prayers and thoughts.
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Old 05-03-2011, 07:45 PM   #2
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The deadly storms in Phil Campbell and Hackleburg, Alabama And Smithville, Mississippi are both less than 35 miles from Red Bay. There are many employees that work at Tiffin Motor Homes from these areas. These areas look like they have been bombed. It is truly unbelivable. I have been both to Phil Campbell and Hackleburg and it us total devistation. Thanks for asking and keep all of the towns and people affected in your prayers.
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Old 05-03-2011, 08:39 PM   #3
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There's a lot of pain and anguish in North Central Alabama right now. Also a tremendous amount of goodwill and brotherhood. Please keep those in need in your prayers.
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I have relatives in Eastern AL, but no doubt they have friends that are affected by the disaster. Please consider... Text REDCROSS to 90999 to Give $10

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Thank you for the post.

I saw those storms on radar that day. It was the dark red color, ( worse) and had wondered if Red Bay had be hit. I will certainly pray for the families that have suffered devastation.

What a wonderful group of people at Red Bay. God be with them.
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My Son works (co-op student) at Tiffin Motorhomes. He lives just across the state line in Belmont, MS, He lost his Apartment in the tornado that hit there. He was unharmed, but it was very scary for him. A big thank you goes out to his supervisor, JoAnn, for taking him into her home, until he found another apartment. Every Tiffin employee that I've met, have been very nice.

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My Son works (co-op student) at Tiffin Motorhomes. He lives just across the state line in Belmont, MS, He lost his Apartment in the tornado that hit there. He was unharmed, but it was very scary for him. A big thank you goes out to his supervisor, JoAnn, for taking him into her home, until he found another apartment. Every Tiffin employee that I've met, have been very nice.

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The Tiffins seem to treat their employees like family, and it looks like the sentiment is passed down through the ranks.
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