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It took more than two hours for Member Service Representative Karan Singh, left, to help longtime credit union member George Shoemaker, center, count his record-breaking coin deposit. His son George Jr., who works as the credit union’s vice president/operations, planning & projects, also lent a hand.

The coin counting machine at Northwest Federal Credit Union branch in Herndon, Va.,  got a workout last month. George Shoemaker, a member for nearly 20 years, took to heart Benjamin Franklin’s advice: A penny saved is a penny earned.

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