Tributes from city leaders and politicos continued to pour in Wednesday for the late William Ferrence, the president/CEO of Boulder Dam Credit Union in Nevada described as the community's "most beloved leader" and a bold activist.

Ferrence, head of the CU located in a community of 16,000 in the Las Vegas foothills, died Sunday. He was 67 and suffered from bladder cancer.

"Our whole city is in mourning," said former County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury as he and other leaders cited Ferrence's charity and booster work also making the CU the largest financial institution in the city holding 90% of deposits.

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