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The Orchard Park branch drive-thru of the $72 million Great Erie Federal Credit Union in Orchard Park, N.Y., was one of several cooperatives in the area slammed by the recent snowstorm. Photo Source: New York Credit Union Association

After being buried under more than seven feet of snow, business as usual has finally returned to credit unions in Buffalo, N.Y.

“We were swamped at work on Monday,” Marie T. Betti, president/CEO of the $41 million Western New York Federal Credit Union in West Seneca, N.Y., said. “Members were coming into the branch, of course, and the phone wouldn’t stop ringing. It was a crazy day.”

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