Credit Union Times Magazine July-28, 2010

Front Page News


News Briefs

  • Harvey, Ex-WesCorp Head, Retiring at Seattle Metro

    Climaxing a 27-year stretch of service, Robert E. Harvey Jr., the president/CEO of the $544 million Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union and the former chairman of WesCorp, is retiring next April.

  • Leagues Fill Two Positions

    The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have named Andrea Svoboda as director of political affairs, while Patty Salazar has been hired as state legislative and regulatory lobbyist.

  • Lewis Out at GPO FCU

    A leadership dispute has led to a change of CEO at the $33 million Government Printing Office Federal Credit Union, according to sources close to the credit union.

  • Ala. Conservatorship Ends

    The $184 million Mutual Savings Credit Union of Birmingham has emerged from state conservatorship by restoring profitability and fixing its balance sheet, according to the Alabama regulator Glenn T. Latham.


Editor-in-Chief's Column

Letters to the editor

  • Marketers Doing More With Less

    As I read the article written by CU Times Editor-in-Chief, Sarah Snell Cooke, "Sweat Equity, Creativity are Keys to Financial Services' Brave new World," in the July 7 issue, it mirrored many thoughts I had on what should be a new style

  • A Passion for Member Services Will Help Small CUs Survive

    I was deeply disturb and disappointed at the letter that appeared in the July 7 issue from Charles Bruen, president/CEO of First Entertainment CU, voicing his views of the survival of small credit unions.



  • People

    Greater Nevada Credit Union, Carson City, Nev., hired Patty Little as loss mitigation manager. Little will oversee loss-mitigation activities such as repossession, remarketing,

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