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NEW YORK – As more details about September 11′s attack on the World Trade Center continue to become evident, increased information about casualties from the tragedy is also becoming available. It was first believed that no credit union lives were lost in the attack, but it is now known that Korean-American Catholics FCU lost one of its board members, Huyn Joon Lee, in the terrorist attack. Lee had begun working five months ago for the New York State Finance Department at the WTC, according to the New York State Credit Union League. He was elected to the credit union’s board this past February. Town of Hemptstead Employees FCU also reported that the brother, Robert Caulfield, of the CU’s manager, Douglas Caulfield, also died in the attack.

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