Final tally: 4,136 for, 13,819 against changing to a bank.
Bank conversion rejected, dissident members now polling on Facebook about possible board recall effort.
Seventy-seven percent of voting members cast ballots to remain a credit union.
Argument is over whether the $1.6 billion Technology Credit Union should be forced to share member contact information with conversion opponents.
Bloomington, Ill., credit union plans to convert to the Sharetec core processing system from Bradford-Scott Data Corp.
Two more credit unions have signed on as users of the OASys core processing platform from CUtopia, according to the division of Worldwide Interactive Services LLC in Orlando, Fla.
Three more credit unions are now running on the Symitar Episys core processing platform through Member Driven Technologies’ data centers in Warren and Southfield, Mich.
Symitar said it will be converting the $886 million Andrews Federal Credit Union in Suitland, Md., to its core processing platform.
Fifteen members of Technology Credit Union rallied Aug. 15 outside the credit union’s San Jose, Calif., headquarters to show their opposition to the credit union’s proposal to change to a mutual bank charter.
They are the $2.7 million Kokomo Post Office Credit Union in Indiana and the $3.4 million Romeoville Community Credit Union in Illinois.