CAP COM Financial Services, LLC, Latham, N.Y., has announced that John Shartrand has completed the Accredited Asset Management Specialist professional education program. CCUE, Madison, Wis., has awarded the Certified CU Executive designation to 16 people in February, including: Lisa Acuff, State ECU; Lea Boyd, State ECCU; Robert Cree, CCSD FCU; Sindy Domek, Laurel FCU; Tina Doscher, Heritage Trust FCU; Millard Eisler, CUNA Mutual Group; Beverly Gagne, SAFE FCU; Misty Lane, State ECU; Andrew Martin, State ECU; Elizabeth Monroy, Suncoast Schools FCU; Janet Rieck, Westconsin CU; Patricia Rutledge, Hinds Community College CU; James Ryan, JM Associates FCU; Victor Thate, FAA ECU; Donna Toth, General Technologies FCU; and Debbie Vaughn, Eastman CU. Denver Postal CU, Arvada, Colo., recently signed Ascent Arena Co., LLC, as a SEG. Ascent Arena Co. employs Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche players and coaching staff and owns Denver's new Pepsi Center, where the Nuggets and Avalanche play. DPCU's primary sponsor group is the United States Postal Service in Colorado. The $145 million asset CU also serves 200 other SEGs and several community fields of membership. Philadelphia FCU, Pa., opened its newest member service center on Townsend Road, expanding its branch network to 7. An interactive area has been designed in this new branch to give members who don't have PCs a chance to access their PFCU accounts through Teller Net, or "surf" the Internet for informational purposes. Reynolds Carolina FCU, Winston-Salem, N.C., has announced plans to break ground on an 85,000 square-foot administrative building in March. The new building will be located on 10 acres near the intersection of Hanes Mall Boulevard and South Stratford Road, and will house about 150 employees and include a branch office to serve members. It is scheduled for completion in fall of 2001. Steel Works Community FCU, Weirton, W. Va., officials announced at the 61st annual meeting that a new office in Wintersville, Ohio, will open in early April. Also, SWCFCU has received NCUA approval to remove exclusionary clauses from its charter, allowing anyone living in working within its FOM to join regardless of other CU affiliations. Guest speakers at the meeting included W. Virginia Gov. Cecil Underwood and WVCUL President Kenneth R. Watts. Also, Chairman John Thayer formally welcomed Richard J. Krauland (who came on board recently) as the FCU's new president. SWCFCU has more than $168 million in assets and serves 36,000 members. Wright-Patt CU, Fairborn, Ohio, has awarded HBE Financial Facilities a $8.9 million contract to build a new service facility, and also to expand and renovate its existing headquarters in Fairborn. WPCU has 16 offices throughout Central and Southwest Ohio, and has $550 million in assets.