Ex-Credit Union Manager Faces May 21 Arraignment in Pittsburgh
Victoria Rozanski, a former credit union manager, will be arraigned May 21 in U.S. District Court in Pittsburgh for allegedly embezzling more than $100,000 from the Ellwood City Holy Redeemer Parish Federal Credit Union.
An April 30 grand jury indictment charges Rozanski with one felony count of embezzlement that she allegedly committed when she worked as the credit union manager between January 2003 and May 2009.
The credit union, about 40 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, had $601,960 in assets and 225 members, according to the NCUA.
Ellwood City Holy Redeemer Parish FCU merged last year with the $52 million, 7,519-member Freedom United FCU in Rochester, Pa.