Life was good for Cheryl DeWolf. She had just taken a manager’s job at a national staffing agency in Providence, bought her first house and was raising a young child. It was December 1990. But things soon began to unravel. Within a month, then-Gov. Bruce G. Sundlun closed 45 Rhode Island credit unions when a…
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