ANGWIN, Calif. — A Napa County credit union has become the sixthmember of a consortium of small Northern California credit unionswho banded together to jointly afford online banking and lendingtools.

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“Aside from saving money and delivering more e-services tomembers, we get to be a credit union again and not the dataprocessing enterprise we were becoming,” said Marilyn Van Dolson,president of $42 million Silverado CU, the newest member of CreditUnion Shared Resources LLC.

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The Napa County CU expects to complete testing and migration tothe CUSR servers and software–redundantly housed in Stockton andModesto–by the end of March.

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The consortium said it could accommodate more credit unions, aslong as they run on a Symitar core platform.

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The member credit unions, which average about $50 million inassets, also include Allied CU in Stockton, Community First CU inSanta Rosa, First Federal CU and Community Trust CU in Modesto andTracy FCU in Tracy.

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