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Families get link to deployed soldiers of 1140th battalion
The Workforce Investment Board of Southeast Missouri coordinated efforts to supply seven computers to the Family Readiness Groups of the 1140th Engineer Battalion. The donation links soldiers to family members without computers, making instant messages through e-mail readily available.
The computers were distributed to Diane Kohm and Janice Compass of Company B in Jackson and Perryville; Kristi Heise, HHC Cape Girardeau; Teresa Moore of Company A in Farmington; and Michelle Standridge of Company C in Sikeston. Group leaders in Dexter and Poplar Bluff received computers as well.