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* NILES, Mich. (12/18/08)--Two men convicted of robbing Berrien Teacher’s CU in Niles, Mich., were sentenced Friday. Travis Lamar Curry, 21, will serve 7 years in prison while Glenn Maurice Porter, 22, will serve 12 years. Both are from Elkhart, Ind. The two men robbed the credit union Jan. 18 with Deverance Kimbrough (States News Service Dec. 12). Porter and Kimbrough entered the credit union with handguns and fired at the credit union’s security guard, who fired back. Both Porter and Kimbrough were wounded and fled in a stolen car with Curry. Kimbrough died from his wounds ... * WHITTIER, Calif. (12/18/08)--Credit Union of Southern California (CU SoCal) awarded $33,600 in grants through the 2008 Student Impact Grant program. The $300 grants were given to 112 Southern California teachers in 26 school districts. Each fall, local teachers in eligible schools can apply for the grants by describing the activity the grant would be used for and judging the impact it would have on students. CU SoCal has $541 million in assets ... * CAMDEN, S.C. (12/18/08)--William Duncan Corbett, 87, founding member of May Plant CU in Lugoff, S.C., died Monday (The State Dec. 17). Corbett was a former DuPont employee and a U.S. Army World War II veteran ...


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