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Tornado Damage Clean-up (Nov 11, 2002)

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Early Monday morning, faculty and staff began to arrive to volunteer for tornado damage clean-up.  Here President David S. Dockery and Provost Carla Sanderson begin to organize the volunteers into teams.  Also pictured: Marketing professor Darin White and Theatre professor David Burke - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Early Monday morning, faculty and staff began to arrive to volunteer for tornado damage clean-up. Here President David S. Dockery and Provost Carla Sanderson begin to organize the volunteers into teams. Also pictured: Marketing professor Darin White and Theatre professor David Burke - Jim Veneman
President David S. Dockery lets the faculty & staff volunteers know the extent of the tornado damage and begins to assign teams to various areas of the campus for clean-up. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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President David S. Dockery lets the faculty & staff volunteers know the extent of the tornado damage and begins to assign teams to various areas of the campus for clean-up. - Jim Veneman
A large number of Union faculty & staff members arrived Monday morning to begin tornado damage clean-up efforts.  - Photo by Jim Veneman
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A large number of Union faculty & staff members arrived Monday morning to begin tornado damage clean-up efforts. - Jim Veneman
The Union community banded together to clean-up the tornado damage on Monday morning.  Pictured here is Sarah Thompson, a junior music major from Arkadelphia, AR, picking up shards of glass knocked out of dorm windows by the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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The Union community banded together to clean-up the tornado damage on Monday morning. Pictured here is Sarah Thompson, a junior music major from Arkadelphia, AR, picking up shards of glass knocked out of dorm windows by the tornado. - Jim Veneman
Christian Studies professor Paul Jackson uses a chainsaw to help clear trees downed by the tornado behind the McAfee Residence Complex. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Christian Studies professor Paul Jackson uses a chainsaw to help clear trees downed by the tornado behind the McAfee Residence Complex. - Jim Veneman
Athletic Training professor Robert Stiegmann drives a Gator around the residence life complexes to help haul off debris from the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Athletic Training professor Robert Stiegmann drives a Gator around the residence life complexes to help haul off debris from the tornado. - Jim Veneman
Union staff members Jeannie Byrd and Alice Farrar help clean up roofing materials that were blown off the Warmath complex's roof by the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Union staff members Jeannie Byrd and Alice Farrar help clean up roofing materials that were blown off the Warmath complex's roof by the tornado. - Jim Veneman
Director of Computing Services John David Barham helps cart off the mass of debris blown off of residence life complexes by the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Director of Computing Services John David Barham helps cart off the mass of debris blown off of residence life complexes by the tornado. - Jim Veneman
Union First Lady Lanese Dockery assists by bringing water around to the clean-up volunteers. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Union First Lady Lanese Dockery assists by bringing water around to the clean-up volunteers. - Jim Veneman
The parking lot at the McAfee Residence Complex shows the volume of tornado damage done to personal vehicles.  The clean-up volunteers spent many hours on Monday sweeping up glass and other debris from the parking lot. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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The parking lot at the McAfee Residence Complex shows the volume of tornado damage done to personal vehicles. The clean-up volunteers spent many hours on Monday sweeping up glass and other debris from the parking lot. - Jim Veneman
Monday afternoon Senior Vice President for Business Services Gary Carter (center of couch) met with members of the Student Services team to assess the progress of the tornado damage repair. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Monday afternoon Senior Vice President for Business Services Gary Carter (center of couch) met with members of the Student Services team to assess the progress of the tornado damage repair. - Jim Veneman
Sophomore Brennan Uthe from Grand Rapids, MI and junior Megan Fuller from Clarksville, TN help a friend clean-up the damage to her car as a result of the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Sophomore Brennan Uthe from Grand Rapids, MI and junior Megan Fuller from Clarksville, TN help a friend clean-up the damage to her car as a result of the tornado. - Jim Veneman
After a day of helping others with tornado-related repairs, sophomore Leah Taylor from Siloam Springs, AR stops for a moment in her own room to begin the cleaning process. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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After a day of helping others with tornado-related repairs, sophomore Leah Taylor from Siloam Springs, AR stops for a moment in her own room to begin the cleaning process. - Jim Veneman
Christian Studies professor George Guthrie works on bringing down tornado-damaged trees in the grove behind the McAfee Residence Complex. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Christian Studies professor George Guthrie works on bringing down tornado-damaged trees in the grove behind the McAfee Residence Complex. - Jim Veneman
After a long day of hauling tornado-downed tree limbs, a few students take a break to re-live some moments from the past 39 hours. Pictured in front of the grove behind the McAfee Residence Complex from right to left: James Lux, a junior from Memphis; Rebecca Phillips, a junior from Chattanooga; Carrie Thomas, a senior from Nashville; and Bamby Cho, a junior from Belize City, BH. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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After a long day of hauling tornado-downed tree limbs, a few students take a break to re-live some moments from the past 39 hours. Pictured in front of the grove behind the McAfee Residence Complex from right to left: James Lux, a junior from Memphis; Rebecca Phillips, a junior from Chattanooga; Carrie Thomas, a senior from Nashville; and Bamby Cho, a junior from Belize City, BH. - Jim Veneman
Groups of students traveled all over the campus to collect the limbs of tornado-downed trees.  Pictured here collecting limbs behind the BAC is Jason Hamlin, a senior from Jackson. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Groups of students traveled all over the campus to collect the limbs of tornado-downed trees. Pictured here collecting limbs behind the BAC is Jason Hamlin, a senior from Jackson. - Jim Veneman
During the tornado the front windows of the McAfee Commons were blown out.  Here we see McAfee Residence Director Dan Herr entering the temporarily repaired commons after organizing a lunch for the clean-up volunteers.  - Photo by Jim Veneman
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During the tornado the front windows of the McAfee Commons were blown out. Here we see McAfee Residence Director Dan Herr entering the temporarily repaired commons after organizing a lunch for the clean-up volunteers. - Jim Veneman
Many of the media outlets from Memphis, Nashville and Jackson came to the campus to do live remotes about the tornado damage and the efforts of the Union community to clean it up. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Many of the media outlets from Memphis, Nashville and Jackson came to the campus to do live remotes about the tornado damage and the efforts of the Union community to clean it up. - Jim Veneman
Repairs began Monday to the Hurt Commons that lost an entire wall of glass to the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Repairs began Monday to the Hurt Commons that lost an entire wall of glass to the tornado. - Jim Veneman
Union graduate Davie Moore volunteered his time to help clean up and restore windows in buildings on
campus that had suffered tornado damage. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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Union graduate Davie Moore volunteered his time to help clean up and restore windows in buildings on campus that had suffered tornado damage. - Justin Veneman
Zachariah Herr, son of McAfee Residence Director Dan
Herr, looks on as cleaning crews haul away trees from the parking lot that were downed by the tornado. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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Zachariah Herr, son of McAfee Residence Director Dan Herr, looks on as cleaning crews haul away trees from the parking lot that were downed by the tornado. - Justin Veneman
The entire Union community banded together to clean-up the damage done to the campus. This tree, located directly behind the McAfee Commons, was one of the many large trees toppled by the tornado. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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The entire Union community banded together to clean-up the damage done to the campus. This tree, located directly behind the McAfee Commons, was one of the many large trees toppled by the tornado. - Justin Veneman
On Monday, Nov. 11, students, faculty and staff began cleaning up tree branches, roofing and other debris all over Union’s campus. Antonio Chiareli, associate professor of sociology, and sophomore Clovis Simas, international business major, worked
together to remove tree trunks. - Photo by Lindsay Stavish
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On Monday, Nov. 11, students, faculty and staff began cleaning up tree branches, roofing and other debris all over Union’s campus. Antonio Chiareli, associate professor of sociology, and sophomore Clovis Simas, international business major, worked together to remove tree trunks. - Lindsay Stavish
Volunteers began working on clearing away the tornado damage done to Hurt Commons. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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Volunteers began working on clearing away the tornado damage done to Hurt Commons. - Justin Veneman
Volunteers began working on clearing away the tornado damage done to Hurt Commons. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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Volunteers began working on clearing away the tornado damage done to Hurt Commons. - Justin Veneman
Junior Suzanne Hunt, social work major, began the long process of cleaning out her car after strong winds broke her car windows on Sunday morning. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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Junior Suzanne Hunt, social work major, began the long process of cleaning out her car after strong winds broke her car windows on Sunday morning. - Justin Veneman
The task of clearing the large trees away was given to faculty and staff, such as Paul Veazey, director of planned giving, who chopped up tornado-downed trees. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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The task of clearing the large trees away was given to faculty and staff, such as Paul Veazey, director of planned giving, who chopped up tornado-downed trees. - Justin Veneman
The entire Union community banded together to clean-up the damage done to the campus. The area behind the Warmath Residence Complexes had many yard items that got torn to pieces.
 - Photo by Justin Veneman
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The entire Union community banded together to clean-up the damage done to the campus. The area behind the Warmath Residence Complexes had many yard items that got torn to pieces. - Justin Veneman
Watters and Hurt Residence Complexes from the air at 3 p.m. on the tornado damage clean-up day. - Photo by Wayne Holmes
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Watters and Hurt Residence Complexes from the air at 3 p.m. on the tornado damage clean-up day. - Wayne Holmes
Warmath Residence Complex and Fraternity Row from the air at 3 p.m. on the tornado damage clean-up day. - Photo by Wayne Holmes
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Warmath Residence Complex and Fraternity Row from the air at 3 p.m. on the tornado damage clean-up day. - Wayne Holmes
Watters Residence Complex from the air at 3 p.m. on the tornado damage clean-up day. - Photo by Wayne Holmes
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Watters Residence Complex from the air at 3 p.m. on the tornado damage clean-up day. - Wayne Holmes

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