TQL donates $17,000 to Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

TQL donates $17,000 to Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation

UNION TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

The Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation received a big donation on Friday.

Total Quality Logistics (TQL) presented a check for $17,025 to Keith Maupin, the father of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Matt Maupin who was captured and killed by insurgents while serving in Iraq.

The foundation supports both the Let Us Never Forget Scholarship Fund and the Yellow Ribbon Support Center.

The check presentation was held at TQL headquarters in Union Township.

To learn more about the Yellow Ribbon Support Foundation, follow this link: http://www.yellowribbonsupport.com/yellowribbonsupportfoundation/Default.aspx

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