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The swath of more than 100 tornadoes that swept across the plains over the weekend apparently caused little disruption or damage to credit unions, but member losses have yet to be counted, CUNA Mutual Group reported Monday.

CUNA Mutual staffers from its property division said that despite the tornadoes hitting six states, “we’ve only had a handful of reports on lost shingles, broken windows and wind damage,” said Michael Retelle, head of disaster claims for CUNA Mutual’s CUMIS Property & Casualty Claims unit.

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