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Trinity Title moves back home 13 months after a tree damaged the building

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Trinity Title moves back home 13 months after a tree damaged the building

McDaniel said the flag pole, installed by his father, helped deflect some of the tree when it came down. Photo taken on July 16, 2015 by Dena Mellick
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McDaniel said the flag pole, installed by his father, helped deflect some of the tree when it came down. Photo taken on July 16, 2015 by Dena Mellick

McDaniel said the flag pole, installed by his father, helped deflect some of the tree when it came down. Photo taken on July 16, 2015 by Dena Mellick

Larry McDaniel, founder and principal owner of Trinity Title Insurance, said the company has moved back into its East Ponce De Leon office 13 months after a huge tree damaged the building.

The giant 300-year-old oak fell and struck the building during a fierce June storm, barely missing a man who was there working late. Trinity Title had to move temporarily to the Fidelity Bank building.

“Finally after 13 months the reconstruction is finished and Trinity Title has moved back into the [old] building,” McDaniel said. “The grand reopening celebration and ribbon cutting is Saturday, July 23 at 4 p.m.”

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