Credit Union Times Magazine July 23, 2014

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  • Alternatives Exist to In-Person Voting at CU Meetings

    The June 18 edition contained an article–“St. Helens Dismissed NCUA”–regarding the disagreement that occurred between the president/CEO of St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union and the NCUA regarding the proper method of conducting a vote at a special meeting for the recall of directors.




  • Three CUs in Core Conversions

    A five-year-old San Diego core processor has now passed the 25 mark in credit union clients while another San Diego-based operation has converted the largest user to date for its platform aimed at smaller credit unions.

  • Showmar New CEO at AFCU

    The $966 million Arkansas Federal Credit Union in Jacksonville, Ark., said Rodney Showmar, its current vice president and COO, will president/CEO after current President/CEO Larry Biernacki retires on Aug. 4.

  • Space Coast CU Jabs Markups

    Space Coast Credit Union has created a campaign to help educate consumers about the auto lending practice known as rate markups.

  • CU Shuttered and Manager Charged

    After detectives and NCUA auditors confronted Debra C. Pyfrom on June 30, the manager of the $6.3 million IBEW Local 816 Federal Credit Union confessed she stole more than $100,000 over two years.

  • New York CU Nabs Naming Rights

    The $358 million Cornerstone Community Federal Credit Union in Lockport, N.Y., has signed a 12-year agreement for the naming rights to a new 93,500-square-foot community sports arena.

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