NUTLEY, N.J. — After more than 30 years of service, Jim McKittrick retired as president/CEO of Proponent Federal Credit Union on Sept. 1.

In a recent letter to members, McKittrick said "there comes a point in life when you realize that it is time to step aside and enjoy the rest that life has to offer." During McKittrick's tenure, Proponent grew to $400 million in assets and nearly 25,000 members.

"Proponent Federal Credit Union has come a long way over the past 35 years and we could not have made it without the dedication and efforts of all the volunteers, staff, and most importantly [the members]," McKittrick said. "I have had the privilege of leading our wonderful credit union for the past 30 plus years and I have enjoyed every minute of it–okay, almost every minute of it!"

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