Credit Union Times Magazine May 23, 2012

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  • Lockheed FCU to Become Logix FCU

    After a year on the drawing boards, the $3.3 billion Lockheed Federal Credit Union will become Logix FCU on July 9, a name change reflecting a lessening of formal ties to its original corporate sponsor.

News Briefs

  • Insight CU FOM Bid Approved

    George R. Davis, president/CEO of Insight Credit Union, announced that the Orlando, Fla.-based credit union has received approval from the state of Florida for its request to expand the credit union’s field of membership to include the counties of Levy, Dixie, Taylor, Gilchrist, Columbia and Suwanee in West Central Florida.

  • Rawls, Fla. CU Director, to Retire

    After 55 years, John Rawls announced his plans for retirement from the Florida Credit Union board of directors this spring.

  • Freakonomics Keynote at NAFCU Meeting

    Freakonomics author Stephen Dubner will provide credit unions with the keys to unlocking member satisfaction at NAFCU’s 45th Annual Conference and Exhibition, July 24-28, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.

  • Coopera New CEO is De Dios

    Affiliates Management Co., Coopera’s parent company, announced that Miriam De Dios is Coopera’s new chief executive officer.

  • Hyland Named Chair at NeighborWorks

    NeighborWorks America announced that Gigi Hyland has been named its board chair. Hyland succeeds Thomas J. Curry. Hyland has served as the NCUA’s representative to the NeighborWorks America Board since 2008.

Letters to the editor

  • Kudos on Growth In Home Loans

    It was encouraging to read in the that U.S. credit unions set a new record for mortgage originations during the first quarter of 2012. (, May 10, “Credit Unions Notch Record Share of Mortgage Market.”.


  • Corrections

    An article in the May 16 issue, “Social Media Strategy: Targeted Forethought Needed,” Health Care Credit Union was incorrectly listed as headquartered in Indiana. Health Care CU is based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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