The June 18 edition contained an article–“St. Helens Dismissed NCUA”–regarding the disagreement that occurred between the president/CEO of St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union and the NCUA regarding the proper method of conducting a vote at a special meeting for the recall of directors.
Steven Knebel, who sued St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union for allegedly violating bylaws during the failed recall election of five board members, lost his bid for a seat on the board of directors at the credit union's annual meeting.
St. Helens Community FCU members reject Steven Knebel after lawsuits withdrawn.
A weekly wrap-up of new hires, promotions and other noteworthy achievements in the credit union industry.
Oregon credit union names Jensen new chief credit officer.
The $161 million St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union is seeking to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by a member over a dispute to recall board members because it is not within the jurisdiction of the federal court.
Members seeing recall over CEO firing, potential merger at St. Helens Community FCU in Oregon.
Five months after a recall vote failed to remove five board directors at the $161 million St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union, a member is suing the credit union in federal court to oust the board directors.
Unhappy member of Oregon credit union asks federal court to oust five directors retained by members in vote last fall.
Failed recall effort shows democratic spirit is alive, and potentially disruptive.