Elevations Credit Union President/CEO Gerry Agnes spottedpartially blue skies Monday morning, a much welcome sight afterBoulder, Colo., and surrounding communities were devastated by epic flooding triggered by seven straight days ofunrelenting rain turning rivers into raging torrents, damaging ordestroying thousands of homes, ruining dozens of roads and bridges,and claiming the lives of eight people.

Fortunately, none of the CEOs at Elevations CU, Premier MemberFCU and Boulder Valley CU reported any damages to their collective26 branches that serve more than 162,000 members throughout theBoulder area.

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