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Published: September 27, 2013
Donations benefit injured Marine
Charleroi Federal Savings Bank representatives Debbie Rosser, manager of the Peters Township Office, and Neil Bassi, president and chief executive officer, present a check to Scott Huenefeld, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 764 in McMurray. Bank employees donated money to participate in a casual day with the bank making a matching donation. Post 764 is coordinating fundraising efforts to benefit Marine Sgt. Doug Vitale and his family’s plan to build a “smart home” for in Peters Township.
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