TXU donates $20k to flood relief

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

GAINESVILLE -- Companies across the area are chipping in to help flood victims.

TXU energy representatives presented American Red Cross officials with a $20,000 dollar check this afternoon.

That money will go to the disaster relief fund and help to provide food, shelter, and other items for families who lost everything this week.

"They know how to help in disasters like this and we hope that our gifts help get everybody taken care of in this community," said TXU community relations director Kelli Rod.

The money will also be used to replenish Red Cross supplies.

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  • by Sherman Location: TXU on Jun 24, 2007 at 02:51 PM
    Ahhh..thank you TXU for the gracious gift of $20,000. Are you kidding me? A mutim-billion dollar company. Not to mention the CEO. The chief executive of electric utility TXU Corp. received 2006 compensation valued at $17.12 million, mostly in stock awards, according to an analysis of a regulatory filings. John Wilder (CEO) could also get $64.6 million if the pending $32 billion sale of TXU to private investors goes through and he resigns within six months. See article http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/070430/txu_executive_compensation.html?.v=3
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