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Thursday, July 14, 2016  

North Texas emergency services organizations receive $46,000 from XTO Energy

XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, today announced it has contributed $46,000 to 23 fire departments and one police department in North Texas to help fund emergency services.

July 14, 2016

Fort Worth, Texas

XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, today announced it has contributed $46,000 to 23 fire departments and one police department in North Texas to help fund emergency services.

“These organizations, many of which are staffed by volunteers, play an extremely important role in providing emergency response services to North Texas,” said Keith Carwile, vice president, XTO Energy Fort Worth Division. “We understand the challenge these organizations have working with tight budgets, and we are pleased to provide some assistance to help them continue to provide important services.”

The following organizations each received a contribution from XTO Energy:
• Aledo Fire Department, Aledo
• Benbrook Firefighters Association, Benbrook
• Briaroaks Municipal Fire Department, Burleson
• Brock Dennis Volunteer Fire Department, Weatherford
• Central Community Volunteer Fire Department, Weatherford
• Fort Worth Fire Department, Fort Worth
• Dalworthington Gardens Volunteer Fire Department, Arlington
• Eagle Mountain Fire Department, Fort Worth
• Everman Police Department,  Everman
• Everman Volunteer Fire Department, Everman
• Forest Hill Fire Department, Forest Hill
• Greenwood Rural Volunteer Fire Department, Weatherford
• Haslet Fire Department, Haslet
• Lillian Volunteer Fire Department, Lillian
• Millsap Volunteer Fire Department, Millsap
• Peaster Volunteer Fire Department, Peaster
• Poolville Volunteer Fire Department, Poolville
• Reno Volunteer Fire Department, Reno
• Rio Vista Volunteer Fire Department, Rio Vista
• Silver Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Azle
• Springtown Volunteer Fire Department, Springtown
• Venus Volunteer Fire Department, Venus
• Willow Park Fire/Rescue Department, Willow Park
“XTO would like to thank the emergency responders for the great work they do for North Texas,” Carwile said. “These organizations share our common goal in the relentless pursuit of safety.”

In 2016, XTO has contributed $201,000 to 84 emergency response organizations throughout Texas.

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