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  • Wilber Named CEO at Liberty First Credit Union

    Frank Wilber from ELGA CU in Michigan to succeed retiring Ken Bradshaw at Liberty First in Nebraska.

  • Vince Otsuka Named CEO at Aloha Pacific

    Otsuka is third president in Honolulu credit union's 77-year history.

  • People in the News

    The $190 million Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union located in Houston, Texas has hired Brett Wooden for the newly created position of senior vice president of marketing and innovation. Prior to joining Cy-Fair, Wooden held positions at Unitus Community Credit Union in Portland, Ore., where he developed a reputation for using...

  • Bank-Fund Staff Names Eli Vazquez CEO

    Vazquez currently is SVP/CFO at the $5.6 billion American Airlines FCU at Dallas-Fort Worth.

  • People in the News - Oct. 11, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • People in the News

    The $400 million First Heritage Federal Credit Union in Painted Post, N.Y. announced that Justin Michael Dildine has joined as a commercial loan officer. He will be responsible for developing new business banking relationships, including commercial lending, within the credit union’s three-county market area. Before joining First Heritage, Dildine was...

  • MSUFCU Promotes Two to SVP

    The $2.5 billion Michigan State University Federal Credit Union said Monday it has promoted two executives to newly created positions.

  • Brett Wooden Heads to Texas

    Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union in Houston said it has hired Brett Wooden to the newly created position of senior vice president for marketing and innovation.

  • Cameron Minges Named CIO at Financial Center

    Financial Center FCU in Indianapolis has hired veteran IT manager Cameron Minges as its new senior vice president and chief information officer.

  • Mark Jarocki Named EVP at First New York

    The $272 million First New York Federal Credit Union has promoted Mark Jarocki to the position of executive vice president/chief financial officer.

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