Credit union em­ploy­ees’ gen­eros­ity over­whelm­ing

Austin American-Statesman - - B METRO & STATE - Am­plify Credit Union em­ployee Terry Mccoy tells Tracy Jack­son she is about to con­nect with her daugh­ter in At­lanta via Skype, which the vol­un­teers set up on her new com­puter. The credit union vol­un­teers bought her $5,000 worth of gifts and took her to lun

in­cluded in­di­vid­ual em­ployee do­na­tions. They took her to lunch at Olive Garden and then on a shop­ping spree at Kohl’s. They topped the day by ac­com­pa­ny­ing Jack­son to her Round Rock apart­ment, where other vol­un­teers set up her new com­puter and en­abled it so she could use Skype with her daugh­ter Linda Hines, who is at col­lege in At­lanta.

“Hey, look! My baby,” Jack­son told her daugh­ter. “They have made to­day the most ex­tra­or­di­nary day in my life. I have had a very good day.”

Jack­son, 51, who served in the U.S. Marines, now gen­er­ally uses a wheel­chair be­cause of mul­ti­ple sclero­sis.

Terry McCoy, se­nior train­ing spe­cial­ist for Am­plify, said St. David’s Med­i­cal Cen­ter has

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