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<p>ARLINGTON, Va.-Three NAFCU Board members are returning to their seats as the uncontested winners in this year’s at-large elections and the election for Region V. NAFCU Board members are elected to serve three-year terms. Bill Brooks, CEO of Lafayette Federal Credit Union, located in Kensington, Md., and John Milazzo, CEO of Campus Federal Credit Union in Baton Rouge, La., were the only candidates in the at-large race to garner the necessary votes to be placed on the election ballot. Don Mahan, CEO of Centris Federal Credit Union in Omaha, Neb., won re-election to the Region V post in the same manner. Their new terms will begin after the close of NAFCU’s Annual Business Meeting at its Annual Conference in July. However, in Region III, McCoy Federal Credit Union CEO Alvin Cowans has completed the maximum number of consecutive terms permitted – three, three-year terms – and the race for that seat continues. Candidates for that seat include Tom Hilton, of Y-12 FCU (Oak Ridge, Tenn.); Joe Melbourne, of Central Florida Educators FCU (Orlando, Fla.); and Larry Wilson, of Coastal FCU (Raleigh, N.C.). Ballots for this race will be mailed April 25. They are due back to the NAFCU Secretary May 30.</p>

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