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ATLANTA – After 34 years with the Georgia Department of Banking & Finance, David Sorrell will retire on Dec. 1 as its Commissioner. Sorrell had been with the Department since 1974 when he began as an examiner in the Northeast Georgia area. He has served as the senior deputy commissioner, deputy commissioner for supervision, and as the director of administration. From 1973 to 1974, Sorrell worked in credit analysis and loan review with the Bank of North Carolina, N.A., Jacksonville, N.C. His affiliations with the credit union industry include serving on the NASCUS Government Relations Committee and previous service on the NASCUS Board, where he chaired their Regulatory Development Committee; was a member of their Shared Facilities Task Force; and was also a member of the National Institute of State Credit Union Examination Board and NASCUS Corporate Task Force. Cindy Connelly, senior vice president/association services, Georgia Credit Union Affiliates said Sorrell’s legacy is admired by many. GCUA has had a good relationship with the Department under Sorrell’s watch, she added. “We have worked with David in all of his numerous capacities and have found him and his staff to be willing to sit down and talk with and work with credit unions and what complies with the law. We will miss him and wish him well,” she said. [email protected]

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