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LA JOLLA, Calif. – The $24 billion WesCorp’s new board took shape at its 2004 Annual Meeting held prior to the kickoff of its 2004 Future Forum and CEO Forum in La Jolla, California last week. Departing the board was Honda FCU CEO Jim Updike, who left as chairman, after serving the maximum three consecutive three-year terms. Vice Chairman Judy Flores resigned after announcing recently that she was leaving her CEO position at nuVision FCU in Huntington Beach, California to take the top job at Heritage Community CU in Rancho Cordova. Three incumbents and two new CEOs were elected to WesCorp’s 11-person board. The incumbents are Kinecta FCU CEO Thomas Graham, Seattle Metropolitan CU CEO Bob Harvey (who will serve as chairman) and Honolulu Federal Employees FCU CEO Warren Nakamura. Two new CEOs elected are KeyPoint Credit Union President/CEO Timothy Kramer and Eagle Community CU President/CEO Sharon Updike The board also includes Xerox Federal Credit Union CEO William Cheney (recorder/financial officer), Mountain America Credit Union CEO Gordon Dames, Schools Financial Credit Union CEO Jim Jordan, Cabrillo Credit Union CEO Robin Lentz, Premier America Credit Union CEO John Merlo (vice chairman), and Silver State Schools Credit Union CEO David Rhamy.

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