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    Brian A. Orenstein, president/CEO of $823 million Charter Oak Federal Credit Union in Waterford, Conn., was elected to the board of directors of the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut. Orenstein is also serving as this year's co-chair of the United Way 2014 campaign appeal. Charter Oak is also this year's...

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    The $18 million Newark Firemen Federal Credit Union in Newark, N.J., has completed its conversion to the CU*BASE platform through CU*SOUTH, an Alabama-based CUSO that is an affiliate of CU*Answers, the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based CU*Answers said.

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  • People

    The $187 million First Financial Federal Credit Union in Wall Township, N.J., hired Jennifer Spector as compliance and risk analyst. She has more than 10 years of banking experience, most recently as branch manager for First Atlantic Federal Credit Union in Eatontown, N.J.

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