Credit Union Times Magazine July 9, 2014

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  • Four Hit in Three Fraud Cases

    Jessica Vidal, a former member services representative, and Connie Ortiz, former assistant branch manager, were indicted last week for embezzling more than $51,000 from the $423 million Pima Federal Credit Union in Tucson, Ariz.

  • Merrill Succeeds Styer at Inspire

    The $88 million Inspire Federal Credit Union in Bristol, Pa., has hired Jim Merrill as its new CEO to succeed the retiring Glenn Styer, the credit union announced June 30.

  • PSCU Opens New Call Center

    PSCU is consolidating its two suburban Detroit call centers into one operation that will include better analytics to help staffers provide more personalized service, the big CUSO said.

  • Six Banned by NCUA

    The NCUA has prohibited six more individuals from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution, the agency said June 30.

  • Board Battler Loses Director Bid

    Steven Knebel, who sued St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union for allegedly violating bylaws during the failed recall election of five board members, lost his bid for a seat on the board of directors at the credit union's annual meeting.

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