Thanks to the League of Southeastern Credit Unions, corporate credit unions and other credit unions that spent the weekend delivering portable generators, tarps and other supplies, some of Florida's cooperatives devastated by Hurricane Michael will be in better shape this week to serve their members and employees who are living in a veritable war zone.

"It's a war zone here. It's as bad as I have ever seen," LSCU President/CEO Patrick LaPine said. "We didn't get into the neighborhoods, but there is hardly a business that you pass by that had some damage, let alone major damage."

A credit union caravan loaded with supplies on Saturday and Sunday made its way to Panama City and other communities that were hammered by the hurricane.

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