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DES MOINES — With industry contributions now topping $409,500 for flood relief, Iowa credit unions Tuesday were still receiving member requests for those emergency $500 grants being extended by the Iowa Credit Union Foundation under its Disaster Relief program aided by the National Credit Union Foundation.

“I am a little surprised at the volume we received-over 300-and that they are still coming in on a daily basis,” said Dyann Longseth, vice president of communications for the $1.4 billion Veridian CU of Waterloo, which itself made the largest single contribution of $100,000 to the foundation disaster fund.

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