One of the more than 30 credit unions that have converted to or merged with mutual banks became the 209th bank to fail since 2000 and the 22nd to fail this year
certainly am convinced of the validity of the statement in the Editor-in-Chief's Feb. 3 column that "In the pages of the Credit Union Times,
On his 10th anniversary within the credit union movement, I find it interesting that Fred Becker mentions his observation of the erosion of cooperation among credit unions. As one who passed that same milestone back in July, I'm very inclined to agree.
I was slightly amused when I opened your Jan. 20 edition to the centerfold and noticed articles from two noted credit union lampreys, Marvin Umholtz and Alan Theriault.