EAST WINDSOR, N.J. — Wayne Hudson, president/CEO of McGraw-Hill Employees Federal Credit Union, announced Feb. 26 that he would retire June 1. Hudson has guided the operations of the $180 million CU since September 1994. Until his retirement, Hudson will continue as president/CEO, assisting in the search for a successor and ensuring an orderly transition of responsibilities, according to the CU. He will remain on as a special consultant through 2008. “After battling some health problems I feel that it is time to spend more time with family and friends,” Hudson said. “I believe that the credit union has a great future and our members should expect the same quality service that has set us apart for the past 13 years.”

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