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DETROIT — With the failed $250 million Huron River Area Credit Union now under its belt, the $700 million Detroit Edison Credit Union looks to a strategic expansion of eight Michigan counties plus an eventual name change, its President William Thiess said Tuesday.

“So far the purchase is going very well and our plans definitely call for more branches in eight counties which includes those served by Huron River,” said Thiess adding the job right now is to manage two separate processing systems for DECU and the seven Huron River branches which serve 39,000 members.

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