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HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. — The New Jersey Credit Union League’s CEO position hasn’t been very stable. The league announced last week that CEO Bob Walls is no longer employed at the league. Walls was named CEO in July of 2005. He was formerly CEO of the Delaware Credit Union League. A league spokesman said there were no other details available, but assured N.J. credit unions that the league has a dedicated staff that is committed to serving them. Director of Finance Christopher Zane will manage day-to-day operations until a replacement is hired. “We wish Bob the best and thank him for his accomplishments during his tenure. We extend our sincere good wishes to him in all his future endeavors,” said Rina Pantano, chairman of the NJCUL Board, which is in the process of naming a search committee.

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