Credit Union Times Magazine July-16, 2008


Front Page News

News Briefs


Special Report


Editor-in-Chief's Column

  • On Taking Duly Diligent Steps Toward the Future

    To make progress you must lay the groundwork and fulfill due diligence needs. Parents try to position their children to do better than they have; credit union boards and management try to provide members with what they want and need while anticipating what they will want and need in the...

Letters to the editor

  • Are Credit Unions, Banks Snuggling?

    When I noticed the picture of Camden Fine, president/CEO of the Independent Community Bankers of America on the front page of the June 18 issue of Credit Union Times, two thoughts came to mind: I know that guy and what is his picture doing in a CU publication? Well, it...

  • Navy Federal Plays on Tilted Playing Field

    NCUA's granting Navy Federal Credit Union a field of membership expansion to all armed forces personnel, families and the Department of Defense is a logical move in view of the merging of military resources and objectives as one illustration suggests: the conversion of McGuire Air Force Base into a multi-armed...

Looking Back

  • Looking Back

    HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Eight years ago credit unions were hoping to get the jump on banks in the Internet world as a study showed that most banks still hadn't fully embraced the World Wide Web.


  • People

    EASTAmeriCU Credit Union, Rome, N.Y., recognized several employees in the second quarter for their achievements, outstanding service and retirement. Member Relations Advisor Brandi Jefferson was presented with the AmeriCU spotlight on success employee recognition award this month. Jefferson was selected by a committee of employees. Jefferson received a special presentation...

From the Board Room


  • Community Events

    Westerra Credit Union, Denver, offered its members a free family field trip at Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. The event was in celebration of the Lowry Federal Credit Union that originated at the Lowry Air Force Base in the 1950s and the fifth anniversary of Westerra's Lowry...

  • Donations

    United Educational Credit Union, Battle Creek, Mich. awarded a $400 bright ideas partnership grant to the Albion Public Schools and Albion College Teacher Education Program/Shurmer Education Institute collaboration project. The grant was applied for by Mae Ola Dunklin, director of the Shurmur Education Institute. The purpose of the grant was...

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