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MADISON, Wis. – The CUNA Lending Council executive committee has expanded with the addition of three new seats during this year’s elections. That made for a total of five vacancies. The new members of the executive committee were announced during the Lending Council’s recent annual conference in New Orleans. Joe Brancucci, VP of lending for BECU, Tukwila, Wash. was re-elected as council chair, and Chris Oldag, SVP of lending for Patelco CU, San Francisco was re-elected council vice chair. Both of them will serve one-year terms. Lloyd Gill, COO and chief lending officer, City County CU, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. was elected as the council’s secretary/treasurer after Phil Greer, SVP of loan administration for State Employees CU, Raleigh, N.C., completed his term. Elected to fill the five available seats on the executive committee were: * Mark Wilburn, SVP and chief lending officer, 66 FCU, Bartelsville, Okla. * C. Dana Rawlings, SVP of lending, Smart Financial CU, Houston; * Lloyd Gill, COO and chief lending officer, City County CU, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; * Claire Ippoliti, VP of lending, Philadelphia FCU, Pa.; and * Shannon Forsyth, VP and sales manager, Air Academy FCU, Colorado Springs. In addition to these five, also on the CUNA Lending Council Board are: * Herb Behrens, director of mortgage lending, Baxter CU, Vernon Hills, Ill.; * Sharon Gaugler, SVP of lending, Austin Area Teachers FCU, Texas; * Allan Stevens, VP and senior lending officer, Franklin Mint FCU, Broomall, Pa.; and * Linda Winkfein, VP of lending services, Texas Credit Union League

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