ONTARIO, Calif. – CO-OP Network, the largest credit union-owned, surcharge-free ATM network in the country, has moved three familiar faces into higher positions in the weeks leading up to the retirement of Bob Rose, its long-time CEO. The cooperative promoted Kathy Herziger to Vice President Product Development, Carol Kosaka to Vice President Systems and Support, and Connie Trudgeon to Vice President Operations. Kosaka joined CO-OP Network in 1997 after working for several years on the CO-OP Network account team at eFunds, and will continue to oversee all network-related technology platforms. Herziger, who has prior experience in product management and more than 20 years in the payments industry, is responsible for overall EFT product strategy and execution for the network. And Trudgeon, with more than 20 years of financial industry experience, oversees multiple operational areas, manages the CO-OP Network Rules and Regulations and chairs the CO-OP Network Operations Advisory Committee. “These women have contributed significantly to CO-OP Network’s success and expansion and we want to recognize their outstanding contributions,” said CO-OP Network CEO Robert Rose. “With their proven leadership and industry experience, we look forward to their continued guidance at CO-OP Network.”

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