JACKSONVILLE, N.C. – Two employees and one member of the supervisory committee of the $288 million Marine FCU here died on June 6 in a plane crash. Supervisory Committee member Gregory Russell, 51, was piloting the plane when it crashed. On board were Floyd Lewis, 49, CFO, and Devonnya Greenfield-Burks, 35, accounting supervisor. The three were on their way home from a Federal Reserve meeting in Charlotte. The plane went down near the Monroe, N.C. airport. “It’s just such a loss. We lost three members of our credit union family,” said Wendy McGill, vice president of marketing for the CU. Russell was a pilot in the Marine Corps. for 20 years.
The equity distribution was the second since the Temporary Corporate Credit Union Stabilization Fund was merged with the SIF.
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PSCU also announced that almost 50% of its employees completed training on the significance of the credit union movement.
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