The Summit Federal Credit Union, Buffalo, N.Y., has appointed Connie Scherrer as the branch manager for both the Clarence and North Buffalo branches.
SC Telco Federal Credit Union, Greenville, S.C., has promoted Brian McKay to vice president of member service; Mark Normington to branch manager of the Verdae Boulevard Office; and Lori Bradley to centralized lending manager.
Workers' Credit Union, Fitchburg, Mass., has re-elected T. Faincis Wada and Wilho J. Myllymaki to three-year terms and has newly elected James E. Rouse and Reinaldo Lopez also to three-year terms.
Transporation Federal Credit Union, Washington, has announced the retirement of Miriam Lieb, the CU's CEO for 23 years. Under her vision and leadership the credit union grew from $20 million in assets to $150 million in assets and 18,000 members.
Numerica Credit Union, Spokane, Wash., has appointed Kim Van Pelt and Dana Hawotte as member service representatives and Lisa Spratt as new title specialist.
USA Federal Credit Union, San Diego, announced that Tom Kane is its new SVP/chief operating officer.
Meriwest Credit Union, San Jose, Calif., named Greggory Onzo assistant vice president of sales and service, retail delivery.
Mountain America Credit Union, Salt Lake City, has announced that Nick Bloxham will be transferring from the North Ogden Branch to manage the Ogden Branch and that Aaron Geddes will transfer from the Questar Branch to take over as manager at the North Ogden Branch. The CU has also recently appointed Jacqueline Hart as branch manager of its Mesquite Branch.
MaPS Credit Union, Salem, Ore., has named Dianna Robnett its Stellar Teller for her outstanding performance at its South Salem Branch.
Teachers Credit Union Insurance Agency, South Bend, Ind., has promoted Linda Swanson, AIS, ACSR, CPIW, DAE, to vice president of support services and Barbara Van Horn, ACSR, CPIW, to personal lines support staff supervisor.
CMG Mortgage Insurance Company has named two new account executives: David Kudrin for the company's mid-central territory, and William Fanning for the southeast.