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MC EFCU Presents Check to "For 3 Sisters" 

 

 

MCEFCU recently presented a check for $4,000 to local firefighter and MC EFCU member, Marshall Moneymaker and his wife Shannon on behalf of “For 3 Sisters", their breast cancer awareness charitable organization. Montgomery County Fire Chief, Richard Bowers, Germantown Battalion Chief, Michael Hamilton, and several local firefighters joined the staff at MC EFCU in the check presentation ceremony. The check was the result of a very successful new credit card campaign, in which MC EFCU pledged $50 for each new credit card customer to the support of breast cancer awareness and research. The check to “For 3 Sisters” represented a portion of that pledge.

All the staff at MC EFCU want to thank our members for all those new credit cards that allowed us to present this check to a good cause.

Marshall Moneymaker & "For 3 Sisters

Marshall Moneymaker is not your average Montgomery County firefighter. Neither is he your average MC EFCU member. But, then, he hasn’t lived your average life. Few of us have ever watched three of our sisters die from breast cancer, one after the other. You may have seen Marshall profiled in the Gazette or, more recently, in the Post’s Metro section. Marshall holds the distinction of being the only member of the Montgomery County Fire Department whose wardrobe includes a pink helmet and other pink firefighting gear. Before receiving those items from his fellow firefighters this past April, he was already appearing at walks and other breast cancer-related fundraisers decked out in pink from head to toe. Together with his wife Shannon and MC EFCU Marshall dedicates much of his free time to raising awareness of breast cancer. All three are participating in Susan G. Komen's 3-Day for the Cure walks. Learn more about their efforts on their website (www.for3sisters.com).

 

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