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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Former Provident Central CU President/CEO Ludelle Morrow will certainly have the ear of her successor at the $1.1 billion CU – not that she plans on talking CU business with him. Morrow was succeeded by her son, Wayne Bunker, who was serving as president/CEO of the $300 million Commonwealth CU, San Jose, at the time. Proud of her son’s work history that landed him the job, she said she had no hand in his hiring, and that the board used an outside firm. Bunker is no stranger to Provident Central. He worked under his mother for 19 years having just about every job except the CEO position.

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