Roche, Templeton and Weickenand Win NAFCU Board Seats
NAFCU announced that credit union CEOs Jan Roche, Ed Templeton and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU Board of Directors in voting that closed Monday.
Their new terms begin after the trade group’s business meeting during its annual conference on July 9 in Boston.
Roche is president/CEO of the $1.5 billion State Department FCU in Alexandria, Va., and was elected to a three-year term.
Templeton, president/ CEO of the $672 million SRP FCU in North Augusta, S.C., and current board vice chair, was elected to his third, three-year term and Weickenand, CEO of the $538 million Orion FCU in Memphis, Tenn., won a one-year term.
Roche and Weickenand are first-time NAFCU Board members.
“NAFCU is pleased to have Ed continuing on the board and Jan and Daniel joining us. Their insights and expertise will help NAFCU continue to champion credit unions,” said Mike Parsons, NAFCU board chair and president/CEO of the $363 million First Source FCU in New Hartford, N.Y.
Continuing on the NAFCU board are:
- Rich Harris, president/CEO of the $1.2 billion Caltech Employees FCU in La Canada, Calif., and board treasurer.
- Jeanne Kucey, president/ CEO of the $157 million JetStream FCU in Miami Lakes, Fla., and board secretary.
- Cutler Dawson, president/ CEO of the $52.4 billion Navy FCU in Vienna, Va.
- Martin Breland, president/ CEO of the $2.5 billion Tower FCU in Laurel, Md.
- Mike Lussier, president/ CEO, of the $655 million Webster First FCU in Worcester, Mass.
- Debra Schwartz, president/ CEO of the $2 billion Mission FCU in San Diego.
- Rod Taylor, president/CEO of the $1.1 billion Barksdale FCU in Bossier City, La.