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TODAY features COOs multigenerational lifestyle
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (3/30/10)--The chief operating officer of South Carolina FCU and his family will be featured today on a TODAY Show segment during the 8 a.m.-9 a.m. ET segment.
Click to view larger image Troy Hall, chief operating officer of South Carolina FCU, is filmed by NBC's TODAY Show while writing his blog, "Life in the Hallway," about multigenerational living.
Click to view larger image Troy Hall, second from left, and his wife, Vicki, pose at their home with the TODAY Show crew. (Photos provided by the South Carolina FCU).
Troy Hall and his family will be spotlighted as a family with four generations living under the same roof. NBC Producer Max Paul found Hall and his family while researching a series on the 2010 Census and was looking for a multi-generational family living in the same home. Paul stumbled on a recent Post and Courier article featuring the Hall family and Hall's blog, lifeinthehallway.com, about multigenerational living. With the help of TODAY Show correspondent Miguel Almaguer, the Halls shared their story in their Hanahan, S.C., home last week. "Life in the Hallway is about four generations of folks who have come together to commune in one home out of some common needs ... financial, medical, emotional and biblical," said Hall. "With an understanding built on love and our faith in God, we have joined forces to live under one roof and try to make it work," he continued. South Carolina FCU is a $1.3 billion asset credit union located in North Charleston, S.C.
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