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Morris Hayter, who served as CEO of LBS Financial Credit Union, Long Beach, Calif., for 37 years, died on Aug. 27. He was 92. Hayter joined LBSFCU in September 1946 when the credit union had over $328,000 in assets and 1,200 members. Upon his retirement in June 1984, the CU had grown under his leadership to more than $103 million in assets and 24,994 members. Hayter is survived by his wife, Lorene, and his sons George and William and their families.

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