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Kimball International Donates $25,000 To City Of Salem
Updated May 30, 2017 7:07 AM
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Pictured: Wally Terkhorn, President, Salem City Council; Lonnie Nicholson, Chief Administrative Officer, Kimball International; Bob Schneider, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Kimball International; Kathy Sigler, Vice President, Operations, Kimball Office presenting the check to Sally Hattabaugh, Salem Clerk-Treasurer; Mayor Troy Merry and John Smith, General Manager of the Kimball Office Salem operation.

(SALEM) - Representatives from Kimball International and its Kimball Office brand presented the City of Salem with a $25,000 cash donation to the Salem Emergency Flood Fund.

Salem experienced a devastating flash flood after receiving 7 inches of rain in only 45 minutes. Many homes and businesses experienced major damage.

"We have been a part of the Salem community since 1984 and want to give back during their time of need," says Bob Schneider, CEO and chairman of the Board of Kimball International. "Our company's aspiration, We Build Success, enables us to share that success by donations for worthy causes and special needs like Salem is facing with the flood."

Mayor Troy Merry thanked Kimball for their willingness to help the citizens of Salem.

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