DULUTH, Ga.- Georgia Central CU has appointed Allen Carver interim president/CEO. David Preter resigned from the post recently to become president/CEO of the $3.7 billion Mid-States Corporate FCU. Carver recently retired from a 33-year career with NCUA. During his tenure with NCUA, Carver served as Regional Director in Atlanta and Chicago, and as Director of the Office of Corporate Credit Unions. He will assume the interim president/CEO position on August 20. Preter officially departs on August 17. Carver’s position will be short-lived. Georgia Central CU is merging with the $5.7 billion Southwest Corporate FCU later this year. At press time, it was not known what Carver’s position would be once the merger is complete.

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