A Virginia credit union is being sued by two former executives who claim they were forced out after voicing concerns to regulators about its business practices.

In separate suits, Kathryn Salyer and Ben C. Garrett 3d are demanding lost compensation and $350,000 each in punitive damages from Langley Federal Credit Union in Hampton. They were dismissed in February, shortly after being confronted by Langley Federal's president over comments they made to a National Credit Union Administration examiner.

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