At right, James Hunter director of real estate lending for New Orleans Firemen's FCU, at left, NOFFCU's President/CEO Judy DeLucca loading supplies for hurricane victims. At right, James Hunter director of real estate lending for New Orleans Firemen's FCU; at left, NOFFCU's President/CEO Judy DeLucca loading supplies for hurricane victims. (Photo credit: Jessica Rocco)

Three days after Hurricane Ida made landfall in southern Louisiana on Sept. 1, six of the nine branches of the $226 million New Orleans Firemen's Federal Credit Union in Metairie, remained closed and 50 of its 100 employees could not return to their homes.

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