MILFORD, Conn. – Credit unions across New England are still digging out this morning, with small mountains of snow being built by plows in CU parking lots across the region following Winter Storm Nemo.

For many credit union members and residents in the New York City area the storm has only piled on more misery, as people continue to try to recover from Tropical Storm Sandy. Numerous credit unions and state associations across New England closed on Friday as the storm was approaching, which has since left up to three feet of snow in its wake and more than 600,000 people without power. At least nine deaths in an area Pennsylvania through Maine have been attributed to the winter storm.

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