EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – American Eagle FCU, the largest federal credit union in the state with $670 million in assets and more than 105,000 members, has merged with Kaman Employees FCU, $13 million in assets and 4,000 members. The combined credit union will be called American Eagle FCU. Bill Dokas, president/CEO, American Eagle FCU said the merger will ensure that Kaman Employees FCU members are able to continue to receive the human and financial resources necessary to serve their needs. Members of Kaman Employees FCU will vote on the merger at a special meeting November 8. The merger is expected to be complete in the first quarter 2002.

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