<p>CHICAGO – Daniel Mahoney, retired Detective CPD and retired treasurer/manager of the Chicago Patrolmen's FCU died Dec. 12. He was 73. Mahoney took over the reins of CPFCU in 1974 when it was a $5 million credit union. In 1996, he passed the baton to his son, Mark who is currently CPFCU's CEO. By then the credit union had $60 million in assets. It currently has $137 million in assets. Mahoney is remembered by a CPFCU staffer as having laid the groundwork for the credit union to be a full service financial institution that it's become under his successor. "He had a quick wit and a ready smile that touched many people. He'll be missed and remembered," said CPFCU's Steve O'Mara. Mark Mahoney described his dad as being a "true hero. He changed the credit union forever by making it real, making it a place where we actually improved the lives of our members.He was truly my best friend."</p>

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