<p>HONOLULU – HawaiiUSA FCU President/CEO Ron Ogata has announced his retirement from the credit union effective January 18, 2002. Ogata has served in the position since 1988, during which time the CU’s assets have more than doubled, and membership has tripled. At $440 million in assets, HawaiiUSA FCU is the second largest CU in Hawaii. It has the most members in Hawaii, serving some 65,000. Ogata played a key role in forming the Hawaii Shared Branching Network, and he has been active in a number of local, state and national credit union organizations. He was the first Hawaii CU executive to be inducted into the CUES Hall of Fame, and was very active with charitable organizations, including the United Way. Ogata had a 40-year career in the financial services industry. Credit Union Times will do a feature story on Ogata in an upcoming issue.</p>

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