Credit Union Times Magazine October-29, 2003


News Briefs



Publisher's Column

  • Passing The Hat Becoming More Common

    State and national trade association annual budgets are traditionally made up of dues income and monies generated by such things as products and services for sale, and registration fees collected for a wide variety of trade group conferences and other educational meetings. But it is annual membership dues that are...



    Berrien Teachers Credit Union, St. Joseph, Mich., has named Crystal Little, Kathy Wilson, Linda Frantz, Char Cundiff, and Mary Anne Mabry the new Member Service Processing department team. MidWest America Federal Credit Union, has named Keith Myler vice president of human resources.


    Texas Dow Employees Credit Union, Lake Jackson, has elected Mike Tracy board director. Security Service Federal Credit Union, San Antonio, has promoted Mike Manley to assistant vice president of mortgage services.


    Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union, Myrtle Beach, S.C., has named Liz Short Surfside Beach branch manager. Memphis Area Teachers' Credit Union, Tenn., has elected Christina Marshall Cordova branch director. Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union, Dalevile, Ala., has elected Roger Turnquist board director and Gerald Strange supervisory committee director. GTE...

  • EAST

    Vermont Federal Credit Union, has named Chris Pignona human resources and training manager. Family First of NY Federal Credit Union, Rochester, has named Dave Beckhorn consumer lending manager. Constitution Corporate Credit Union, Wallingford, Conn., has elected Meriden Connecticut School Employee FCU CEO Edward M. Hogan board director. Leominster Credit Union,...

Publisher's Notebook

  • Do the Arithmetic

    Unlike most credit union publications, Credit Union Times hasn't increased its annual rate for paid subscriptions (despite substantial boosts in paper, printing, postage, shipping, and editorial costs) for over 10 years. The $120 annual subscription rate, with generous discounts for multiple subs, has held firm for over a decade. And...

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