Credit Union Times Magazine May-02, 2007

In Other News

  • In Other News

    AWARDS Diamond Credit Union, Pottstown, Pa., was recognized by the United Way for their fifth consecutive year of 100% employee participation and a 44% donation increase from last year. Diamond was visited by two representatives from the United Way, Alba Martinez, president/CEO of SE PA, and Wendy David, executive director...


Breaking News

  • Walls Out at New Jersey CU League

    The New Jersey Credit Union League's CEO position hasn't been very stable. The league announced last week that CEO Bob Walls is no longer employed at the league. Walls was named CEO in July of 2005. He was formerly CEO of the Delaware Credit Union League. A league spokesman said...

Front Page News

News Briefs


  • D. Hilton Marketing and Advertising Group Honored

    D. Hilton Associates' Marketing and Advertising group walked away from the CUNA Diamond Awards with eight awards. The team garnered two Diamond Awards in the categories of direct mail series and point-of- sale, and Merit Awards in the annual report, member brochure, Web site, point-of-sale display, direct mail single, and...

  • CUES Garners Three American Inhouse Design Awards

    The CUES creative team has been honored with three 2007 American Inhouse Design Awards by the editors of Graphic Design USA magazine.

  • M/A-COM FCU 'Rounds Up' for Member Saving

    M/A-COM Federal Credit Union is showing members how change can add up to savings.

  • Andermahr & Co. to Help CUs Market to Hispanics

    Credit union marketing agency Andermahr & Company, has expanded its services to include Spanish language translation services and targeted cross-cultural marketing services for the commercial and financial industry. "It has been a long time coming," said Andermahr CEO Anthony Mannor. "We have been carefully researching and developing the tools necessary...

  • Michigan First Opens Doors for Art Display

    Michigan First Credit Union's Evergreen Branch recently doubled as an art gallery for Helen McIntyre Elementary School fourth graders. The idea for the student's exhibition, titled "Jazz, Showing its Roots: Tribute to Ed Bradley and Jacob Lawrence", was spearheaded by Delores A. Flagg, Art Teacher/Coordinator at McIntyre Elementary School.



  • When Bad Things Happen to Good Data

    Odds are good that this issue of Credit Union Times contains news of one or more data security breaches, a system outage, fraud ring, or merchant data compromise. Never before have technical disruptions been so visible. Never have members had such little tolerance for "glitches". Fraud and data security concerns...

Letters to the editor

  • Gentile too Genteel Toward Comerica Bank

    Credit Union Times Editor Paul Gentile was too harsh in his criticism of Michigan credit unions and uncharacteristically kind toward banks in his April 18 column. Referring to the Michigan League's brand campaign, he disagreed with the MCUL Board's decision to run radio ads in the wake of Michigan's largest...

Publisher's Column

Quotes Worth Quoting

In Memoriam

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