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Tucson trio lend helping hand in Houston

Red Cross Disaster Volunteers Pat Eger, left, and Mary Brown, from Tucson,   are working in Houston following heavy rains and flooding in the area.  (Source: American Red Cross) Red Cross Disaster Volunteers Pat Eger, left, and Mary Brown, from Tucson, are working in Houston following heavy rains and flooding in the area. (Source: American Red Cross)
Red Cross Disaster Volunteer Gezzelle Martin.(Source: American Red Cross) Red Cross Disaster Volunteer Gezzelle Martin.(Source: American Red Cross)
SOUTHERN, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross will have three workers in Houston to assist following devastating flooding.

Mary Brown, of Tucson, left Arizona on Sunday, April 24. She will assist with client casework for two weeks.

Gezzelle Martin, also of Tucson, will head to Houston soon to be a disaster spiritual care manager. It will be Martin's third deployment to Texas in two months.

Pat Eger, who has deployed to over 50 disaster relief operations, left Tucson for Houston last week.

Over a dozen volunteers from the Arizona/New Mexico region have been sent to help those affected by the flooding in Texas.

For more information about volunteering, contact the Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Red Cross at 520-318-6740 or go to RedCross.org.

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