TruStone Financial Shreds More Than 39 Tons of Documents for Neighbors in Minnesota and Wisconsin PLYMOUTH, Minn. (Oct. 24, 2019) – TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union securely shredded more than 39 tons or 78,098 pounds of confidential documents for the community at eight shred events in Minnesota and Wisconsin in 2019. During TruStone’s spring events, more than 20 tons of documents were shredded, with the fall events yielding about 19 tons of shredded material. “The secure destruction of financial documents is one of the easiest things people can do to avoid identity theft,” says Lisamarie Meyer, Senior Vice President and Director of Minnesota Branches at TruStone Financial. “Our members are very grateful for this service and look forward to it every year.” During its fall shred events, the credit union asked participants for optional donations to the TruStone Financial Foundation, an organization founded to help support financial education and other charitable efforts within TruStone’s neighboring communities. In all, $1,600 was raised for the Foundation. TruStone Financial hosts shred events at its Minnesota and Wisconsin branches every spring and fall. The next shred events will take place in spring of 2020. About the TruStone Financial Foundation The TruStone Financial Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 by TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union. The TruStone Financial Foundation primarily supports financial education and programs through scholarships and outreach, while also engaging in general charitable giving in the communities served by the credit union. Learn more about the TruStone Financial Foundation at www.TruStoneFoundation.org. Both TruStone Financial staff and TruStone Financial Foundation Board members volunteered at the Shred Events in September.