The new president/CEO of the fledgling League of Southeastern Credit Unions, Patrick La Pine, had an exciting first month in office.

For one thing, he had to deal with finding a replacement on his board for the former treasurer, Dale Dalbey, who was forced out in July from the LSCU Board after Birmingham, Ala.-based Mutual Savings Credit Union fell into conservatorship.

Dalbey, a former lobbyist for the Alabama league, had to resign his CU post but has filed suit challenging the state action on Mutual in a Columbiana, Ala.. state court.

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