NCUA's Dupcak Announces Retirement
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- A 33-year veteran of the agency, NCUA Region II Director Edward P. Dupcak announced that he would be retiring at the end of the year.
"It's been fun and a privilege to work at NCUA," Regional Director Dupcak said. "I have had the good fortune to work in numerous NCUA offices which brought variety and challenges that I thoroughly enjoyed. The different posts also provided the opportunity to work with many talented people from the credit union community and here at NCUA that I'm honored to know. I've enjoyed it all." Dupcak joined NCUA in 1974 as an examiner in New York and later Washington, D.C. In 1979, he joined the staff of the newly formed Central Liquidity Facility. He has held the positions of investment officer and director of risk management in the Office of Examination and Insurance and was director of the Office of Strategic Program Support and Planning prior to becoming the Region II director in 2003 where he was responsible for the examination and supervision program for federally insured credit unions in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. "I salute Ed Dupcak for the wonderful job he has done at NCUA," Chairman JoAnn Johnson said. "As a regional director, Ed has been a stabilizing and cohesive force, garnering the respect of staff and credit unions alike. His management skills and expertise, particularly in the areas of ALM and investments, have been invaluable. I wish Ed the very best in retirement."
Dupcak is a 1968 graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in economics and received an MBA in finance and accounting from Long Island University in 1971.