Workers' Credit Union, Fitchburg, Mass., elected Eric D. Shapiro, Patrick L. Muldoon, Raymond J. Martino and Melissa Maranda as new members to its board of directors. Maranda and Muldoon will serve three-year terms. Shapiro and Martino were elected for two-year terms. The credit union also re-elected directors James E. Rouse and Wilho J. Myllymaki.
Local Government Federal Credit Union, Raleigh, N.C., announced the addition of 11 new advisory council members to several of its councils across the state. New appointees were Hannah Keller, Coy Reid, Maynard Reid, Cheryl Hart, Phillip Hurley, Stephen Mahaffey, Denise Monahan, Darrick Cooper, Ann Wilson, David Adams and Janie O'Brien.
Wright-Patt Credit Union, Fairborn, Ohio, announced the naming of Pamela L. Cima as its new vice president of human resources. Cima has 28 years of executive experience in the human resources field. Prior to joining the credit union she owned a human resources consulting practice and held several positions with NCR Corp. Cima holds a bachelor of science in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University.
Berrien Teachers Credit Union, St. Joseph, Mich., announced the results of the 2010 board of directors election held at its 76th annual meeting. Brian Brown, Mark Fry and Orlow Voth were re-elected and each will serve a three-year term as board member. Brown serves as vice chair and Fry as treasurer.
Veridian Credit Union, Waterloo, Iowa, announced that Mandy Franken has been promoted to the position of supervisor at two branches in Cedar Falls, Thunder Ridge and Maucker Union. Franken has been employed at the credit union for four years and was most recently a team leader in the member contact center. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor's degree in business management.
OnPoint Community Credit Union, Portland, Ore., announced the promotion of Ed Bonilla, manager of the Kruse Meadows branch, to vice president/branch manager. Bonilla has been with the credit union for 11 years, previously serving as loan officer and assistant branch manager. He graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in business administration.
Elevations Credit Union, Boulder, Colo., announced the hiring of Michael Calcote as its new chief financial officer. Prior to joining the credit union Calcote worked for Guaranty Bank and its holding company, Guaranty Financial Group Inc. for 19 years. He has a bachelor's degree in business administration in finance and accounting from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. He has also earned the designation of chartered financial analyst.
CO-OP Financial Services, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., announced that Tom Dorety and John Radebaugh have been appointed to its board of directors. Both industry veterans are joining the CO-OP board of directors to fill unexpired terms of retiring members. Dorety is president/CEO of Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, Tampa, Fla. He became president/CEO at Suncoast in April 1996 after serving as senior vice president for eight years. Prior to Suncoast, he spent 13 years at State Employees' Credit Union in North Carolina. Radebaugh has served as president/CEO of the North Carolina Credit Union League since October 2003. Previously, he served as president of the New Mexico Credit Union League.
M-Dot Network, Erie, Pa., announced the appointment of retail technology industry veteran David Diamond to its board of advisers. Diamond is the president of David Diamond Associates in New York. He previously worked as president of emerging businesses at Catalina Marketing as CEO of Lamaze Publishing and as senior vice president of ActMedia. His education includes an MBA from Columbia University and a BA from Carleton College.