Credit union employees’ generosity overwhelming
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