WASHINGTON — Congressional Federal Credit Union President/CEO Robert A. Hess wrapped up his 38 years of leadership by retiring effective December 31, 2007.

During his tenure the credit union grew from 3,500 members and $1.6 million in assets to 42,000 members and just under $500 million in assets.

Congressional FCU Executive Vice President Charles A. Mallon Jr. has been named Hess' successor as the credit union's new president/CEO.

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