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Contributed photo / KCH Transportation employees helped communities greatly affected by the storm and served through disaster relief.

Easter Sunday looked a bit different for everyone in the greater Chattanooga community. As an EF-3 tornado ripped through parts of Hamilton and Marion County on Sunday night, many homes, commercial buildings and lives were lost.

The morning following the deadly tornado, a local logistics company, KCH Transportation, went to work in helping those in need. Logistics coordinator Jeremy Powell bought Chick-fil-A and coffee to the communities greatly affected by the storm, while other team members served through disaster relief. KCH Transportation also made a generous donation of $5,000 to Rockbridge Community Church to support their efforts in helping victims of the tornado.

With so much negative going on in the world and in our local communities, KCH Transportation wants to encourage companies and individuals to serve and love one another well during these hard times. If you have the opportunity to help those around you, take it! Simple acts of kindness change the world.

Lauren LeBoeuf

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