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The Defense Credit Union Council, joined by the $52 million Heart O’ Texas CU, were extending new financial aid Thursday to Fort Hood victims as officials of area CUs continued to seek out linkups with military charities to funnel member contributions.

“For my employees and myself, we are still in a state of disbelief,” commented Michael Chaney, president/CEO of Heart O’ Texas, which has two branches at the gates of the Fort Hood base.


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