At 101 and with a recent bride, Harry Hahn, director of Erie Federal Credit Union in Erie, Pa., has certainly earned the right to rest on his laurels a bit when it comes to industry service.
This letter is in response to the article on Pennsylvania’s credit union awareness, iBelong campaign [cutimes.com, June 23].
The churning debate on the form, methods and cost of conveying the industry’s advocacy message through the state league network undergoes more scrutiny this week as yet another group of leagues tie the knot this Friday to officially organize the Denver-based Mountain West Credit Union Association.
PCUA drops policy in face of disaffiliations and welcomes back one defector.
Married last year, Harry Hahn of Erie Federal Credit Union retires as emeritus director; career included 15 years as PCUA board member.
In the midst of a still shaky loan environment, Pennsylvania credit unions have some good news to share on member business lending.
The former chairman of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association, Ronald Lasich, 66, of Bridgeville, has died.
More-conservative borrowers, stable real estate markets help Pennsylvania credit unions grow member business lending.
Lasich, 66, of Bridgeville, Pa., was president/CEO of Visionary FCU and former chair of PCUA foundation, as well.
A credit union payday loan alternative program that has reportedly saved members $15 million wins plaudits from Keystone treasurer.