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ANTIGO, Wis. — Covantage Credit Union was hoping today that with counseling and other services it can reach out to grief-stricken employees at its branch in Crandon, a community struggling to recover from last Sunday’s shooting rampage that took seven lives.

“This is such an unimaginable tragic story that has touched all of us and so we are all pulling together,” said Brian Punty, president/CEO of the $590 million Covantage, which with Crandon has eight branches serving northeast Wisconsin.

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