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A federal judge dismissed disability and age discrimination claims of a longtime ex-CEO against the $1.1 billion SAFE Federal Credit Union in Sumter, S.C.

Beverly Gagne, who filed her lawsuit in January 2018, alleged that soon after she signed her final employment contract in 2014, the SAFE board of directors began a pattern of discriminatory and retaliatory conduct because of her age, disabilities and other issues.

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