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    Stephanie Smith was named the executive director for America's Credit Union Museum in Manchester, N.H., the organization's board of directors announced. She replaced Peggy Powell who retired after 15 years of service. Smith most recently served as director of alumni & development events at St. Paul's School, an international preparatory...

  • Governor Touts Michigan League Job Program

    League identifies opportunity for state's credit unions to support an alternative path to middle class.

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    Sunmark Federal Credit Union President/CEO Bruce Beaudette said he plans to retire at the end of the year after more than 28 years of service. He is one of the longest serving CEOs in the Albany, N.Y., region, the $419 million, Latham-based cooperative said in a prepared statement. Beaudette led...

  • Long-Term Relationships Still Bear Fruit at the Core

    Despite daily announcements of credit unions converting to new core processors, some say long-term core relationships are best.

  • CEO Details Credit Union Turnaround: Onsite Coverage

    LAS VEGAS – CEO Dale Johnson shares how he brought the $310 million Sun Community Federal Credit Union back into the black.

  • Ann Davidson Unretires to Allied Solutions: People

    Longtime CUNA Mutual risk consultant now a VP at Allied Solutions.

  • Collaboration Yields Plexcity

    Three large leagues agree to combine their back office operations.

  • Leagues Collaborate on Back Office Operations

    California, New Jersey and the Maryland-DC leagues planning a new CUSO.

  • Credit Union Chooses Biometrics Over Passwords

    The $1.1 billion Worker's FCU considered software to automate password resets, but opted for fingerprint readers instead.

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    The $197 million Tobyhanna Federal Credit Union in Scranton, Pa., hired Christopher Bresset as assistant vice president of consumer and indirect lending. He has more than 18 years of financial services experience, most recently with Honesdale National Bank in Honesdale, Pa.

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