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Caliber Collision Centers Continues Support for Faith for Soldiers with $5,000 Donation

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Caliber Collision Centers,
which operates collision repair facilities in California and Texas, announced its
continued support for the Faith for Soldiers active military service non-profit organization with a $5,000
donation provided to founders Sgt. 1st Class Terry Mason and his wife, Tina, at the Caliber Collision Center in Killeen,
Texas.

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Faith for Soldiers was founded by Sgt. 1st Class Terry
Mason, 61st Combat Support Hospital, 1st Medical Brigade, and his wife, Tina, just over 14 months
ago after the Nov. 5, 2009, shootings at Fort Hood. Terry and Tina Mason have helped soldiers and their
spouses cope with the stresses of military and family life unofficially for years before formally
creating the "Faith for Soldiers" nonprofit organization. The organization is called "Faith for
Soldiers" after their daughter, Faith, who died shortly after her birth 11 years ago.

"On any given day, we’re working with 10 military
families," Terry Mason said. "We provide emotional support, facilitate domestic interventions and
provide all sorts of other tangibles like meals and clothing."

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Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Collision Center CEO, said, "We’re continuing our support of Terry and Tina Mason’s Faith for Soldiers
organization in 2011 with a $5,000 donation because there is a huge need among active military
families for help with injury, personal tragedy or the death of a spouse or child." 


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