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IOWA CITY, Iowa — Putting an end, at least for the time being, of the Optiva name change controversy, the chairman and two directors of the $544 million University of Iowa Community Credit Union have been re-elected to the CU board surviving a dissident challenge at the annual meeting.

“It was a good turnout and we’re happy with the support our board received,” said Jeff Disterhoft, the president/CEO who for months has been at the center of a member dispute climaxing Feb 28 in cancellation of a change in the CU’s name to Optiva CU.

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