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DENVER — Credit Union Association of Colorado President John Dill used to be a top economic development official for the state. Those skills have come in handy as he’s helped the city raise money for putting on this week’s Democratic National Convention here, through his work on the Denver 2008 Host Committee.

The association gave $10,000 to the effort, which cost more than $100 million. But Dill has combed through his Rolodex to hit up others for money and has also been involved in non-financial efforts, such as the construction of a home for a return soldier that will be dedicated on Wednesday.

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