Many volunteers have agreed to stay on while the Red Cross answers the question of why Chris Floyd was fired. The Capital Chapter Red Cross reached out to Sheri Frost from the Pensacola chapter for help and volunteers listened, but the media was not allowed.
Carolyn Pardue, a Red Cross volunteer said, "What she was here to do was to listen to all the things, while we want Chris back, what our concerns are about management, but more importantly to assure us that she's got someone to be in here tonight that could help lead us through to protect the community as we do."
Joseph Agostini, the Capital Chapter Red Cross CEO said, "Folks, are coming over and their meeting with volunteers and seeing how, what we need to do, what steps we need to do to shoar up and to continue to provide those services the community has come to depend on."
When asked about the firing of Chris Floyd, Agostini said things still stand as is for the time being and he could not comment on why Floyd was let go.
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