HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. – Rina Pantano, CEO of NJ Gateway FCU has become the youngest person to be elected Chairman of the New Jersey Credit Union League. She is 36. Pantano is also only the second woman elected to head the League’s Board. She succeeds outgoing Chairman John DiNofiro, treasurer, FAA Technical Center FCU, Northfield, N.J. Pantano was elected along with three other officers at the New Jersey Credit Union League’s monthly meeting last week. Elected along with Pantano to the board were: Steve Schlundt, CEO, Atlantic City Fireman’s FCU – Vice Chair; Thomas O’Shea, CEO, Raritan Bay FCU – Treasurer; and City Rein-Zima, CEO, Hamilton Horizons FCU – Secretary.

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