Retirements, promotions in and around credit unions in the year now past.
After 23 years, Fred Johnson, president and CEO of the Credit Union Executives Society will retire effective Dec. 31, 2012.
The Credit Union Executives Society announced that it has added five new schools in 2012 to help credit unions improve profitability and keep their institutions strong.
Stepping down next Dec. 31 after more that two decades on job.
Each CUES school is two or three days long and focuses on specific hot topics in the industry.
Federal credit unions can reimburse associate and emeritus directors for training and training-related expenses if they are relevant to the position and if the person’s service to the credit union isn’t merely honorary.
Credit union marketers, it's time once again for the CUES Golden Mirror Awards.
Douglas J. Petersen, who became the interim CEO of the $800 million Workers' Credit Union of Fitchburg, Mass. in December following the sudden departure of its veteran head, Frederick D. Healey, has been promoted to the permanent CEO slot.
In town for a high school reunion, DeFarra Gaymon, president/CEO of the Credit Union of Atlanta, was shot and killed by an undercover sheriff's detective July 16 in a Newark, N.J., park.
The Credit Union Executives Society has added a lesson in Disney magic to its annual convention June 21-23 at Disney's Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Fla.