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Credit unions work for their member/owners (column)

6:09 PM, Oct. 11, 2013
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Ron thought he was going to lose his home.

A serious medical issue several years ago cost him a good-paying manufacturing job. With a wife, two young children and major medical bills, Ron racked up more than $20,000 in credit-card debt while off work.

Slowly, he regained his health and found full-time work. But, due to the U.S. financial crisis, he had to settle for a lower-paying job, making it difficult to catch up on bills. The financial institution that held his family's mortgage was unwilling to help. ...

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