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NEW YORK — Credit unions and credit union organizations that were in and around the heart of the 9/11 attacks in New York City have managed to recover along with the city, but not without changes.

“September 11 pretty much bonded me to this city in a way that I never thought it would,” explained Cliff Rosenthal, president of the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions. Rosenthal explained that he had grown up in New Jersey and moved to Manhattan after he married in 1980, but the move was never meant to be permanent. Until 9/11.

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