KIRKWOOD, Mo. — The $3.3 million Kirkwood Municipal Credit Union, which lost three of its members in last week's deadly shooting rampage at Kirkwood City Hall and had been operating out of temporary quarters, expects to resume full hours Thursday, CU officials said Monday.

"Thanks to everyone for their concern and support and prayers for the victims," said Robert Dielschneider, president/CEO.

The CU has scheduled special opening hours this week to permit employees to attend memorial services for the victims, which included two police officers and the city public works director.

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