Credit Union Times Magazine January-31, 2007

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    DONATIONS Numerica Credit Union, Post Falls, Idaho, Silverwood Theme Park and KXLY's Kalae Chock made the first presentation of the First Class School Champion Award recently at Ponderosa Elementary. Madeline Baker, a Ponderosa fourth grader who helps out in the school's kitchen, nominated Ramona Hansen, a baker at Ponderosa, for...


    MILESTONES Mutual Savings Credit Union, Birmingham, Ala., recently offered two special 7% certificate of deposit specials to celebrate 70 years of service. Originally created to serve employees of U.S. Steel's Fairfield Works, Mutual Savings Credit Union has been serving communities since 1936. MSCU offered two special CDs: 7% for seven...


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  • Let's Let the Secret Out

    I would like to commend Paul Gentile for his Jan. 3 column on branding credit unions. It's good to see that Credit Union Times is promoting something that I believe is critical to the success of credit unions. As our good friend Ed Callahan often said, "credit unions are America's...

  • The Emperor Has No Clothing; Let's Evaluate Anti-Money Laundering Reg Impact--Good and Bad

    NCUA Board Member Gigi Hyland recently addressed a "compliance conference" co-sponsored by the Credit Union Times. Her keynote address was titled "Keeping the B.S. out of BSA." Her comments as reported in the January edition of the NCUA news were, I'm sure, less than comforting to those attending.

Publisher's Column

Staking Out the Stats



    EAST Saugus Federal Credit Union, Saugus, Mass., has named Mirela Jonuz member services manager. Northeast Credit Union, Portsmouth, N.H., has appointed Bob Rivard to business development officer. DuPont Community Credit Union, Waynesboro, Va., has appointed Larry Reitenauer to vice president of administration. SOUTH Walter Hobby has been hired to fill...

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