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FIRST UNION OFFERS $50,000 REWARD FOR HELP IN SOLVING MURDER CASE

 PENSACOLA, Fla., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- First Union National Bank of Florida is offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for a weekend murder and assault near Pensacola.
 First Union Branch Manager Gary McAdams was shot and killed early Sunday and his wife Cecilia was assaulted by three intruders at their home in Escambia County.
 "This is a tragedy that has shaken our company because we were all blessed by Gary's friendship," said Denis McKinnon, First Union's Pensacola city president. "Gary's concern for other people set an example for all of those who worked with him. Our entire corporation has come together to make this reward available to assist law enforcement in moving as swiftly as possible."
 Those having information regarding the crime should contact the Escambia County Sheriff's Department, which will be administering the reward fund, at 904-436-9512. Information will be kept confidential, and individuals do not have to give their name.
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 /CONTACT: Jeep Bryant, 800-669-5855 (office) or 704-335-0415 (home), of First Union National Bank of Florida/


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