From right, Hillary Bobbitt, communications specialist, and Brandy Newman, assistant branch manager, at Robins Federal Credit Union, with Rick Newman, John Morgan and Burl Jimmerson of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 33. The credit union replaced two computers that were stolen from the nonprofit agency in a break-in. Others in the community also helped the agency get back on its feet.
From right, Hillary Bobbitt, communications specialist, and Brandy Newman, assistant branch manager, at Robins Federal Credit Union, with Rick Newman, John Morgan and Burl Jimmerson of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 33. The credit union replaced two computers that were stolen from the nonprofit agency in a break-in. Others in the community also helped the agency get back on its feet. Special to The Telegraph
From right, Hillary Bobbitt, communications specialist, and Brandy Newman, assistant branch manager, at Robins Federal Credit Union, with Rick Newman, John Morgan and Burl Jimmerson of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 33. The credit union replaced two computers that were stolen from the nonprofit agency in a break-in. Others in the community also helped the agency get back on its feet. Special to The Telegraph

Disabled American Veterans Chapter 33 back in business after break-in

September 30, 2015 3:16 PM

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