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November 3, 2003
Interesting, but mostly overview information. More detail would be nice, but I suppose we can call the CU directly for that.
We're 130% loaned out through Loan Participations. $57 mil in loans on $52 mil in assets, $42 mil shares. I think you're going to have to look harder at those call reports these days boys and girls. Gerd Henjes, Pres./CEO Countryside FCU
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