WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- It's not often that a credit union, orfor that matter any employer, finds a worker--in this case, a headteller--who stays on the job 44 years and obviously loved what shewas doing.

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But tomorrow the $202 million Members CU will honor JeanineMiller with a retirement party and celebration to recognize whatindividual managers and staff have called "the friendly and alwaysdependable face to our members and the public" since 1963.

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Miller has confided that over the years she has simply enjoyed"meeting with people." In extending accolades, the CU managementpraised Miller as providing a "legacy that will no doubt be definedby the lives she has touched--members and co-workers alike."

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"She trained me on the teller line," remembers David Elliott,former MCU employee and current Fort Bragg FCU President/CEO. "It'samazing to think about the hundreds of tellers she has trained andthe thousands of members she has been in contact with during hertenure."

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For Miller, she said she remembers things were not always rosyrecalling the 1986 bankruptcy of McLean Trucking Co. which gave theCU its former name as McLean CU. "I was scared," Miller recallsadding, "I didn't know if I'd still have a job."

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