Credit Union Times Magazine February 13, 2013

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  • CEO Robin Lentz Goes to the Hall of Leaders

    Robin Lentz, president/CEO of Cabrillo Credit Union, has been inducted into the Credit Union House Hall of Leaders in Washington, D.C., for her lifetime achievements in credit union leadership. Lentz, who has served at the helm of Cabrillo since 1979, is one of just 17 inductees nationwide to the Hall...

  • Commodore Perry FCU Gets Appeal Extension

    NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz has granted the $32 million Commodore Perry Federal Credit Union a 60-day extension on its Supervisory Review Committee appeal, according to President Tom Renz.

  • Student Loan Delinquencies Climb

    A new report from FICO Labs states U.S. student loan delinquency rates climbed by nearly 22% in the past five years.

  • Former CU Manager Faces 30 Years

    Patricia Piscioneri, a former credit union manager, may face up to 30 years in federal prison, after pleading guilty to embezzling $156,571 from the former Adams Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union in Adams, Mass.

  • CUES Sponsors ‘Doin’ It Right’ Contest

    The Credit Union Executives Society and Michael Neill & Associates Inc. have announced a contest designed to bring attention to credit union employees who are “Doin’ it Right.” That is, employees who offeg outstanding service to every member at every touch point. The winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize.

  • Gwinnett FCU Becomes Peach State FCU

    The $231 million, 41,200-member Gwinnett Federal Credit Union is now Peach State Federal Credit Union.

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