Johnson stepping down as CUES president/CEO on Dec. 31.
PALM BEACH, Fla. — When Fred Johnson, CEO of CUES for the last 23 years, says he’s going to retire at year-end he means it. And he’s going to enjoy the life of a kept man.
From the looks of it, Chuck Fagan plans for CUES to learn as much from credit union professionals as they will learn from the organization. He will officially take over the helm at CUES in January.
The Credit Union Executives Society board of directors announced that Charles E. Fagan III was its new president/CEO, effective Jan. 3. Fagan has most recently served as executive vice president of PSCU. He takes over for the longtime CUES leader Fred Johnson retires on Dec. Johnson has led CUES for...
International Credit Union Day noted as a time to look forward to prosperous years ahead while reflecting on the founding principles of the cooperative movement.
PSCU executive will succeed longtime CUES President/CEO Fred Johnson upon his Dec. 31 retirement.
Bert J. Hash Jr., president/CEO of the $1.2 billion Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore, was named as the 2012 CUES Outstanding Chief Executive.
Winner to be determined at gathering in Florida in November; finalists from U.S., Canada and Australia.
CUES said it has partnered with Carlson Dettmann Consulting LLC of Madison, Wis., and Intelligent Compensation LLC of Pflugerville, Texas.
SVP/CFO at Pioneer West Virginia FCU to be honored at Florida gathering in November.