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CHICAGO – Linda Jekel, director of credit unions for the Washington Department of Financial Institutions was elected the new chair of NASCUS during the association’s Regulator Annual Meeting held on the opening day of the NASCUS Annual Conference and Symposium. Jekel succeeds Roger Little, deputy commissioner of the Michigan Office of Financial & Insurance Services. Jekel was appointed to the Director of Credit Unions in Washington in 2002. She has worked with the Washington Credit Union Division since 1989 and served on the NASCUS Board for almost two years. Ken Roberts, deputy superintendent, Ohio Department of Financial Institutions was appointed chairman-elect and Doris Gunn, commissioner, Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions, will serve as Secretary/Treasurer. At the NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council Annual Meeting, JoAnne Fillwock, president/CEO, Financial Health CU, Lansing, Mich. was elected chair. Fillwock has occupied the corner office of Financial Health CU since 1986 and has served on the NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council since 1996. She succeeds Michael Litzau, president/CEO, Colorado Central CU, Arvada. Mendell Thompson, president/CEO, America’s Christian Credit Union, Glendora, Calif. was appointed chairman elect of the Credit Union Advisory Council, and Parker Cann, president/CEO, Columbia CU, will serve as the Council’s Secretary.

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