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OKLAHOMA CITY – There are people who seem to grow stronger the harder life is on them.

Susan Walton is one of those people.

She’s faced challenges most of us can’t imagine. Yet, she’s devoted most of her life to helping other women.

People recognize Susan by her smile.  It’s always there.  And, that’s remarkable considering her past.

On April 19, 1995, Susan walked into the credit union of the federal building.  Those would be the last steps she’d take on her own for five years.

Susan was among the victims buried alive by the explosion at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Now, her story of pain is soothed by giving to others.

Join Linda Cavanaugh and First Fidelity Bank as we Pay It 4Ward.

Pay It 4Ward is sponsored by First Fidelity Bank. 

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